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Cultural appropriation is ubiquitous in India, especially in southern states with its full potential. Christian missionaries are converting Hindus, malevolently, by subterfuge!

This thread details few cunning moves by the Christians in Kerala and in other neighboring states.

1. In Kerala, the Bible is called "Sathya Veda pusthakan" means True Vedic textbook! It is quite unbecoming that the bible, the new testament, became a Vedic textbook during the

the course of time๐Ÿ˜ณ. In the forthcoming sections, I will show various customs followed in our Hindu temples are copied by, just, replacing the Hindu symbols with the corresponding ones in Xtianity! The left panel is for Hindu customs and the right one is for the Xerox!

2. We have our "Bhagavad Geetha". Now copycats have "Kristu Bhagavad Geetha" written by D. Babu Paul. We have "Shri Maha Bhaagavatham" - known as Bhagavatha Maha Purana, which is one of our 18 great Puranas. They have "Kristubhagavatam" ๐Ÿคฃ.

3. We have various "Sahasra namaas" where the deity is remembered by thousand names, attributes, or epithets. They have "Jesus Sahasranaama"๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ See, it is written in Sanskrit! We should understand that there is a lobby behind every customs, rituals, prayers, and chant of Hindus4. Saffron color has mythological significance since it resonates with two auspicious things in Hindu mythology - the color of "sandhya" (twilight) and of fire. Our pilgrims usually prefer saffron color. In Kerala, a particular church

has started this similar pilgrimage to one of their church at Malayattoor (in a way, it exactly resembles the Sabarimala pilgrimage!).

5. Here is something called "Ezhunnallathu" in temples.

Look at the decorations, elephants with particular ornaments, etc are copied as it is with a minor change - cross replaces our symbols!

6. Next one used in our festival is the "Muthukkuda" - the ceremonial decorated umbrella. See how they copied!

7. "dhwajasthamabham" - "kodimaram" in Kerala. The three parts of It signifies the "Tri murtis" Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. It is usually placed right outside the "Sreekovil" (it is the room where the deity is seated) and this dhwajasthamabham has a strong connection to "Hindu

aagama shastra" where a temple is compared to a human body and "dhwajasthambham" is the "jeevadhara". They copied it!

8. "Kalvilakku" is a special lantern - "a stone made lighting post" which has been there in temples only. That is copied now, see๐Ÿ‘‡

9. "Nilavilakku" - a brass lantern used in temples. Copied with a cross crown!

10. "Thaalappoli" - it is a symbol of prosperity. In Kerala, women and young girls carry "thaalam"(a plate) with rice, flowers, and a lighted lamp. This is a ceremony in many temples in Kerala. This is copied exactly!

11. "Vishu Kani" - Hindus celebrate Vishu which is the first day of "Medam" - the 9th month in the solar calendar followed in Kerala. It is this day where Lord Krishna killed the demon Narakaasura so Krishna idols are kept in the "Kani". On the day of Vishu, in Hindu temples andin houses, families set a "Kani" by assembling few vegetables, fruits, and a Krishna idol. First, in the morning, all family members see this Kani and start our day. This is copied exactly and is known as "Yesu Kani"

12. "Vidyarambham" - It's a Hindu tradition where toddlers areintroduced into the world of knowledge. It is dedicated to the goddess Saraswati who holds the authority of knowledge and wisdom.

13. "Shayana pradakshina" - in Hindu temples, devotee roll their body on the floor and rotate around the temple. It represents self-awareness andGod-awareness. Copied!

14. "Thulaabhaaram" - it is an ancient Hindu practice where a person is weighed against a commodity which is then later offered as a donation to the temple. The photo from the Guruvayoor temple when our Modiji visited the temple.

15. Banana offering to the deity in temples is copied as it is, even with advertisements in different churches across Kerala.

16. "Adima kidathal" - it is an ancient Hindu custom practiced in most of the temples where a newborn child is laid at the feet of the lord pledging a lifetime of service to the lord. This is copied now!

17. Yoga and Surya Namaskar - Yoga is purely related to Hindu culture and tradition, as all of you know. But that is copied! Surya namaskar is a salute to the Sun in a sequence of 12 aasanas originated in hatha yoga tradition in the 9th century in India. That is now "Yesu namaskar" ๐Ÿคฃ

18. "Kuruthola decoration" during festivals in temples. This is copied and, in Kerala, even Hindus think this is a Christian tradition!!
All the information and photos are procured either from Google or using my personal connections. Readers may add new information, if any, in the comments.


20. "Kathakali" is the major Hindu performance art in Kerala. It has its own deep connection to the Hindu beliefs and its roots are in temples and folk arts. That is copied!๐Ÿคฃ๐ŸคฃFull link to the video is here: 

21. This is a prayer by the Christians. I don't mind them praying in their own way. But this is titled: "Vishudhavaara Thrisandhya Japam". The first word is fine, second word "Thrisandhya" is a typical Malayalam word for twilight and it has connection to Hindu beliefs and prayers 

Hindu prayers in Kerala during twilight is termed "Sandhyanaama Japam" - means chanting at the time of twilight in front of lantern. If they really follow their religion, no sandhya, no Japam would be there!

22. Onam is the most celebrated festival in Kerala. The myth behind onam is related to the Vaamana Avatar of lord Vishnu. I think, since onam is Kerala's festival, nuns from churches performed "Thirivaathira" - a special dance form by Kerala women. Thiruvaathira dance is a group 

dance performed by the ladies to attain everlasting marital bliss and for the longevity of spouse on the birthday of lord Shiva. This is also performed during Onam. I am happy to see them dancing, but why then a separate religion? They are indeed Hindus. They put "Athappookkalam"

which is the flowerbed or flower arrangements done during Onam. Traditionally lord Vishu's idol is assumed to be occupying the center of the "flowerbed circle", but that is now copied and Jesus occupied the place!

If they copy from Hindus, they should know the story behind it and then ask their conscience whether their Abrahamic faith of creationism will let them believe the story or not. If found contradictory, then stop this drama immediately. Otherwise live as a proud Hindu.

They criticize Hindutva, hindu idols, gods etc within their group and openly, and shamelessly, copying Hindu traditions and customs! I would warn the Hindus: as I commented in one of my previous tweets about FORTIFICATION OF CHRISTIANITY IN KERALA, after few years, these customs

will be known in the name of Jesus/Jehovah...and I am pretty sure that the Hindus (if not all got extinct at that time) will be confused utterly. It is easy to speak liberalism, secularism etc now, but think......

23. "Chenda Melam" - it is purely originated based on a temple tradition called "Sopana Sangeetham" - "Sopanam" means sacred steps of main shrine of a temple and "Sangeetham" means music. A detailed explanation of this melam is found here:

"Temple tala vadyas are given divine origin and the sound of their beats to sacred words. The two sounds ‘TA – TOM’ produced on the timila, reflect the two sacred words ‘TAT TVAM’ (Tat Tvam Asi, Chandogya Upanishad)." Video from the famous Shiva temple in Thrissur (pooram fame)๐Ÿ‘‡

PHOTOCOPY! is found in different churches in Kerala and in neighboring states. Below, a video of Chenda Melam from the St. Mary's Forona church, Chalakkudy in Kerala! You will be amazed.

Here is another video from Marthoma Jacobite Syrian Church, Perumbaavoor in Kerala. This melam happened inside the church premise unlike the previous one which was carried out in an open land! Earlier it used to be "Band Mela" for Xtians! Now see?? 

24. The priest in a Kerala church is addressed as "Vaidikan" - means those who practices Veda. Believers call the priest "Thirumeni" - exactly the way a temple priest is addressed in Kerala. In addition to these, Christians have started to use "Astrology"/Jyothisham in Malayalam.

They now use horoscopes to find proper brides and grooms, Vaasthu Sastra for buildings, Pooja for the house warming, etc like the traditional Hindus! These activities not only alarm us about a forthcoming disaster, but also it should motivate us to teach our next generation about

the value of our customs/rituals and the ideology behind every hindu traditions that we follow now. Otherwise, our future generation will be confused and that is what these conversion mafia aiming at, now! See the tweet ๐Ÿ‘‡

If they want to copy the customs, they should openly admit that they like it and they are adopting it but shouldn't use this as a tool to convert the hindus. Also, they shouldn't be misleading the future Hindus by claiming that they started all and Hindus just adopted these.

See the tweet mentioned in the previous section here (the video is in Malayalam, but here the full tweet)

The picture of horses driven chariot on which both Lord Krishna and Arjuna (Mahabharata) is one of the best pictures in our hindu beliefs. This also they copied! Look ๐Ÿ‘‡The only difference is, in the Xerox, one passenger is there - Jesus!!

There are many if one steps into TN and AP. Few images are displayed here. They made a church in TN - looks exactly similar to a temple from a distance. The Cross is on top!

They now have everything! Virgin Mary with infant Jesus as lord Ganesha! Jesus Mantra, etc... I don't know how it is possible to do things like this! But it is a fact...


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