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  • It is known for its Badaga indigenous people who speak it.
  • Previously Kotas were multilingual in Kota, Toda and Badaga languages.
  • The Badaga name for Nambalakod or Numbelahcotah is " Kottebetta ".
  • Others that do so include the Badagas, Komatis and the Todas.
  • The Badaga language was the language of communication between these tribal groups.
  • The best-known of these are the Badaga.
  • He became the first Badaga to be elected to the Madras Legislative Council.
  • The Badagas are the speakers of the Badagu language.
  • This underdevelopment has ensured the Badagas need to go outside the District to survive.
  • The Nilgiris and the Badagas have a uniqueness.
  • Almost all places in the Nilgiris District derive their name from the Badaga language.
  • Certain vested interest have invested in researchers to bring about half-truths about the Badagas.
  • The majority of Nilgiri tea small growers are the Badagas, a local community of agriculturists.
  • From 1987 onward, she rendered nearly 7, 000 songs in many languages including Badaga.
  • The population is largely Badaga Hatti.
  • He is highly regarded by members of the Badaga community who regard him as their patriarch.
  • Eight hundred Badagas and some Moors of Kozhikode were beheaded, as they were considered enemies.
  • The Badaga had 435 villages ( " hatti ) in central and eastern parts of the plateau.
  • Before British-owned tea and coffee plantations were developed, the dominant landholders were the Badaga.
  • Linguists are divided on where the language sits among others and suggest Badaga is a dialect of Kannada.
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