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How Christian missionaries invented ‘Dravidian Christianity’ – Rajiv Malhotra

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In south India, a new identity called Dravidian Christianity is being constructed. It is an opportunistic combination of two myths: the “Dravidian race” myth and another that purports that early Christianity brought by St. Thomas shaped the major Hindu classics! … Continue reading

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Temple Looting in Kerala: Yesterday and today – Leela Tampi

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How did it happen that the Hindus of Kerala stood silently by when their hallowed, highly venerated temples were thus plundered, dishonoured and reduced to beggary? The fact is, in the course of centuries of slavery we Hindus have assiduously … Continue reading

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Christian Churches threaten Dalit rights – Leela Tampi

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Central to the issue of protection of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe rights from false claimants such as the so-called dalit Christians and Scheduled Caste Christians is the obvious fact that there is no caste system in Christianity. Now to … Continue reading

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2 – Legend of a slain saint to stain Hinduism – Swami Tapasyananda

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Swami Tapasyananda, the author of this article, was an erudite Indian sannyasi scholar and vice-president of the Ramakrishna Order from 1985 to 1991. He wrote the article when he was president of the Ramakrishna Math in Mylapore, Madras, in 1989. A … Continue reading

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Tamil scholars condemn Christian author for misrepresenting Tiruvalluvar as St. Thomas’s disciple – R.S. Narayanaswami

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“Dr. R. Nagaswami, eminent archaeologist, who had done some excavations at Santhome Church along with a Jesuit, quoted profusely from the writings of Jesuits and exploded the myth of the visit of St. Thomas to India.” – R.S. Narayanaswami The … Continue reading

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Tsunami: St. Thomas abandons fishermen, saves himself – Ishwar Sharan

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“The English-language press in India is politically correct, opportunistic, and engaged in minority appeasement just like the politicians. It is a commercial commodity without ideals or ethics. It has no credibility among the informed public because it is wedded to a … Continue reading

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