Being Different

Decolonizing Ourselves by Reversing the Indian Gaze Back at the West.

Being Different

An Indian Challenge to Western Universalism, thinker, and philosopher Rajiv Malhotra addresses the challenge of a direct and honest engagement on differences, by reversing the gaze, repositioning India from being the observed to the observer and looking at the West from the dharmic point of view. In doing so, he challenges many hitherto unexamined beliefs that both sides hold about themselves and each other. He highlights that while unique historical revelations are the basis for Western religions, dharma emphasizes self-realization in the body here and now. He also points out the integral unity that underpins dharma s metaphysics and contrasts this with Western thought and history as a synthetic unity.

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History of Indian science and technology 

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The following volumes have already been commissioned as part of this IF project:
1.      Ancient Iron Technology – Vibha Tripathi
2.      Traditional Indian Concepts of Time – CK Raju
3.      Traditional Indian Textile Technology – Charu Smita Gupta
4.      Ancient Zinc Technology in India – JS Kharakwal
5.      Harappan Architecture & Civil Engineering – JP Joshi
6.      Traditional Hydraulics & Water Management – R. Hooja
7.      The Delhi Iron Pillar – Balasubramaniam.
The following are ideas for further volumes, for which scholars are being identified, negotiations held, and which could be started once the funding becomes available:
1.      Traditional Forestry & Ecology Management
2.      The Harappan Technology and its Legacy
3.      Traditional Herbal Medicinal Systems
4.      Ancient Ship Building & Navigation
5.      Early Agriculture
6.      Early Animal Husbandry
7.      Early Glass Technology and Gemstones
8.      Chalcolithic Technology
9.      Traditional Indian Martial Arts
10. Sociology of History of Science
11. History of Indian Astronomy
12. Tribal Technology
13. History of Indian Mathematics
14. Science & Technology in Ancient India (1000 BC – 500AD)
This is a tentative list that is evolving on a regular basis.
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 Book available online

Jaipur Literature Festival
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Who is William Dalrymple?
William Dalrymple is the author of nine books about India and the Islamic world, including City of Djinns (Thomas Cook Travel Book Award and Sunday Times Young British Writer of the Year Prize), White Mughals (Wolfson Prize for HAwardistory and SAC Scottish Book of the Year Prize), The Last Mughal (Duff Cooper Prize and Crossword/ Vodafone Award for Non-Fiction) and Nine Lives: In Search of the Sacred in Modern India (Asia House Literary ). He recently curated a major show of Late Mughal art for the Asia Society in New York, Princes and Painters in Mughal Delhi 1707-1857. His new book, Return of a King: The Battle for Afghanistan 1839-42 was published to acclaim in December. He writes regularly for the New Yorker, the New York Review of Books and the Guardian, and is one of the founders and a co-director of the Zee Jaipur Literary Festival. He has honorary doctorates of letters from the universities of St Andrews, Aberdeen, Bradford and Lucknow, and in September took up a visiting fellowship at Princeton.
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  Appropriation and Digestion
Take a look at systematic appropriation, digestion, Inculturation, indigenization, alteration of Hindu devatas, scriptures, rituals, festivals, temple architecture, dance forms, music, drama and more by Christians. Every component of Hindu culture and life is being targeted!

As Hindus, we dance and sing our philosophy. Our highest literature is our philosophy. Our culture is never separate from our religion. When one says Namaste it is culture and it is also religion and also it is religious wisdom that we have got to back up religion.  

When the Lord of Nritya Sri Ganesha and Sri Nataraja are quietly thrown out of Rangamancha, when in the ‘Bharata Natyam’ Sri Vishnu and Sri Shiva mudra is replaced by Jesus mudra, when in the traditional lamp the Shankha, Chakra, Gada, Padma, and Hamsa is replaced with a Cross, when the famous bhajan ‘Krishna Nee Begane Baaro’ is changed to ‘Yesu Nee Begane Baaro’, when the devotion is taken out of the Nritya then it is called ‘Christian Bharata Natyam’. One may argue why Christian Bharata Natyam cannot be devotional? The Answer is simple. One who has left one’s own religion and has appropriated its culture will never be able to fill his heart with devotion. When one leaves his religion the culture leaves that individual too. 

The Christian Bharata Natyam was presented at the Vatican a few years ago. This appropriation, indigenization, alteration, digestion, and inculturation is happening for many years. The Vatican accepts and even promotes such inculturation to retain and protect converts in their own comfort zone.
What is Inculturation?
The Oxford Dictionary defines Inculturation as the gradual acquisition of the characteristics and norms of a culture or group by a person, another culture, etc. Simply put, Inculturation is the adaptation of Christian liturgy to a non-Christian cultural background.
What is Appropriation?
1. A deliberate act of acquisition of something, often without the permission of the owner.
2. The action of taking something for one’s own use, typically without the owner’s permission.
What is Digestion?
1. The absorption  of ideas
2. The process of absorbing  or the state of being absorbed
What is indigenization?
1. The infusion of indigenous ideas, values, peoples, symbols, aesthetics, procedures and an authentic history into an organization so that it is as thoroughly a product of indigenous imaginations and aspirations as it is of western or settler ones.
2. The fact of making something more native; the transformation of some service, idea etc. to suit a local culture, especially through the use of more indigenous people in the administration, employment etc.
3. Bring (something) under the control, dominance, or influence of the people native to an area.
What is Alteration?
1. Change that does not affect the basic character or structure of the thing it is applied to
2. The process of making a change in the appearance or form of something
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Appropriation of Hindu Temple Architecture
Churches are being built like temples to fool the Hindus and convert them.  
Here is how they copy HINDU TEMPLE ARCHITECTURE BUT it is a REAL CHURCH :
Christian fraud …Churches built to look like Hindu temple
This is the picture of a Church which is located somewhere in Andhra Pradesh or Tamil-Nadu, Have you ever seen a Church like this? This is  a clear case of Plagiarism where the Missionaries have built a Church in a Hindu temple style, to lure the innocent masses   
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Is this the future of India? How can you be so blind ??
Church called Temple and Mandir to fool Hindus
Christian Ashram!
Christian Dhvajastambha
An example of digestion from #Kerala. temple type Kodimaram (flagstaff Dhvajastambha) now seen in most churches 
सब चोरी का माल है … ॐ को हटा कर क्रॉस लगा दिया ….यह है इसाई लोग ?
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Appropriation of Devatas
God, Son, and Holy Ghost  created to               
look like Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh
Look carefully. This is Jesus (Shantivanam, Trichy) & not a Hindu God – Trickery for converting Hindu
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Gullible and desperate villagers are told that their traditional gods are actually corrupted versions of Christ; that the venerable saints and sages of India’s past were really Christians;  the three horizontal stripes traditionally drawn on the foreheads of Shiva devotees stand for the Holy Trinity. 
 In Nasik from 1960 worshiping Lord  
Jesuit missionary in his Nashik church.
See what in Jesus’ hand? Copycats
Ghar Wapasi of Jesus Christ.
now Jesus has taken the form of lord Muruga
Jesus is depicted as Hindu god Lord Vishnu or Rishis. And notice the right image plagiarizing ancient and powerful Surya                                                                                                   Namaskar as “Jesus Namaskar
Descobrir Cristo na Índia
Jesus in Ratha (Chariot) reminding Kurukshetra :
This Statue of Jesus Christ is placed at St. Alphonsus church, Dwaraka, Kozhikkode Road, Wayanad Kerala, in this picture Christ can be seen in the chariot is sheer Plagiarism, here Christians have tried to depict Jesus as Yogendra Maharaj Shri Krishna, Christ’s statue has been placed in the same manner. Where in the Bible it is mentioned that Jesus used to ride on a Chariot?
One more technique In Hare Ram Hare Krishna. They made it Hare Yeshu to lure Hindus
Another disgusting move by Xtian Mis when I
saw a Buddha ob cross !!                                                                                                                                    
In Kenya, a White dressed up as Jesus is doing conversions of Native people!
Missionaries can do anything !!
#TransformingIndia #IncredibleIndia This stupidity is happening in INDIA
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Appropriation of Hindu clothing
Meditating on Jesus wearing saffron clothes!
Evangelical groups claim Jesus to be a yogi on for purposes of conversion
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CHRISTIAN CHURCH FOOLING PEOPLE IN CHENNAI
Maria wearing Sari
Virgin Mary carrying baby Jesus and wearing with sari and flowers. One more way to attract Hindus, trying to show sameness then Later convert them
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Appropriation of Hindu Festivals
This Elephant parade was a Hindu tradition now Cross is on TOP and Hindus are sleeping
This used to be a HINDU festival… now just Christian Parade @SushmaSwaraj @KirenRijiju
Jesus and Mary Yatra!
Really Sick and disgusting way to show sameness @RajivMessage your thoughts?
@noconversion This is called ” Yesu Yatra” Another cheap imitation by the cunning Christian Missionaries to woo the illiterate Hindus
If I wish I can present this narrative – Christian community has been very well trained to do nannying. See Mary was Nanny to Lord Ganesha!
 Now Mary is carrying Sri baby Ganesha. A perfect example of alteration to fool Hindus.
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Found Ganesha being carried by Mother Mary in Surat, Gujrath

 NoConversion August 17 at 3:57 am · Looks like a church is planning another trick to fool on Ganesh Chaturthi … jesus as Ganesh or Ganesh as Jesus?Image may contain: 1 person 

This is not Holi. It is called Color Run. Christians are trying to copy

In the western countries, Hindus always wished ‘Merry Christmas’ to Christians but Christians never wished Hindus a ‘Happy Deepavali’. But now what a crafty and designing way to wish us!! 
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Appropriating Rituals 
Appropriation of Hindu wedding ritual
Jesus in India is much more desperate to get more followers than people on Twitter. Varmala in Church.
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Appropriation of Hindu Puja (worship) ritual 

Church – It is all about money, control, and power nothing spiritual or religious. Yeshu Puja …they want to copy everything so that Hindus can be fooled

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This is Christian PUJA by removing Krishna/Ram murti and replacing that with Jesus JUST to attract more Hindus ?
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Christa Puja ….foreign missionaries replacing Krishna with “Christ” .. one more way to fool HINDUS. Only the Tilak is missing!
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Appropriation of Hindu scriptures (Vedic chanting) and Yagnya
using Hindu Vedanta to sell Christianity to Hindus …. disgusting
Jesus Sahasranamavali
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 Now this instead of Vishnu Sahstranama they created a Christian version
 Vishnu Sahasranama: Missionaries now have
Jesus Sahstranama  One more tactic to convert!     
       

Sample of Inculturation

Celebrant:
Om Shri Yesu Bhagavate, Namah 
Om Shri Deva Putraya Namah
Om Shri Sat Purushaya Namah
Om Shri Yesu Abbishiktaya Namah
Om Shri Sad Guruve Namah
Om Shri Taraneshaya Namah….
Congregation:
Amen. You are the Fullness of Reality, One without a second, Being, Knowledge, Bliss! Om, Tat, Sat!
Prasad Mantra:
Celebrant: This is the Bread that came down from Heaven; whoever eats this Bread will never die. 
This is the cup of immortal nectar; whoever drinks of this cup will live forever. 
For the Lord says, “He will have eternal Life, and I will raise him up on the last day.”
Do you believe this?
Cong: Yes, Lord, we believe, for you have the words of eternal Life.
Naamajapa (After taking Communion): 
Jesu Om, Jesu Om . . .
Ishwara, Ishwara . . .
Prayers:
OM! The Supreme Lord may protect us all.
The Supreme Lord may diffuse the fruits of knowledge upon us.
May we find the strength to achieve the highest knowledge!
This study will conduct us to Truth!
May nobody of us has ever feelings against another.
OM: Shanti! Shanti! Shanti! 
These are excerpts taken from a complete prayer conducted during the Order of the Mass for the Monastic Meeting in Petersham, Massachusetts in October 1977. The occasion, convened to lay the foundation for the formation of Monastic Interreligious Dialogue in North America, was sponsored by North American Benedictine and Cistercian Monasteries of Men and Women. Interreligious Dialogue and Inculturation are “Twin Strategies” adopted by the Church to plant the Cross all over and to Christianise non-Christian nations. The ritual shown above is just a sample of this Inculturation technique.
Kristubhagavatama Mahakavya in Sanskrit based on the life of Jesus Christ
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Most disgusting… I have no words to describe this abhorrent idea – Christian Bhagavatam
Kristubhagavatam
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Jayabharatam – Trivandrum, 1977 – 446 pages
Early life

Plakkiyil Chacko Devassia was born in a Syrian Catholic family, Plakkiyil, on 24 March 1906 at Kodamalore, in Kottayam District, Kerala.

Kristubhagavatam: A Mahakavya in Sanskrit based on the life of Jesus Christ(Sanskritक्रिस्तुभागवतम्Kristubhāgavatam or Kristu-Bhāgavatam) is a Sanskrit epic poem on the life of Jesus Christ composed by P. C. Devassia (1906–2006), a Sanskrit scholar and poet from Kerala, India. For composing the Kristubhagavatam, Devassia won several awards, including the Sahitya Akademi Award for Sanskrit (1980). Composed in 1976 and first published in 1977, the poem consists of 33 cantos and over 1600 verses. As a Mahakavya, it represents the most prestigious genre of Sanskrit epic poetry, characterized by ornate and elaborate descriptions.[1]
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Appropriation Hindu Ashram System
An easy way of fooling poor uneducated Hindus
Christian Ashram a perfect example of appropriation!
Entrance– Sacchidananda Christian  Ashram
Anjali Ashram: Christ-centred in an Indian Way
Dhyanashrama
Dhyanashrama 
Jesus was not a GURU…every trick is used by missionaries to fool people
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Excerpts from Arun Shourie Site…….

 

Body-Counts Have Become Big, Compelling Business
Arun Shourie
A minor footnote: Operation World is published by one of the most active missionary publication houses — its name? Om Publishing, Carlisle, UK!
That name tells a larger tale. Missionary publications set out how the dress of the clergy, how the ambiance in churches, how Christian ritual are to be “indigenized” so that people do not continue to look upon the church as foreign. Stating that the Cardinal President of the Consilium, His Eminence Benno Cardinal Gut, has accepted the proposals of the Catholic Bishop’s Conference of India, a circular of Archbishop D. Simon Lourdusamy informed churches in the country,
“(1) The posture during Mass, both for priests and the faithful may be adapted to local usage, that is sitting on the floor, standing and the like; footwear may also be removed. 
(2) Genuflections may be replaced by the profound bow with the Anjali hasta.
(3) A Panchanga pranam by both priests and faithful can take place before the liturgy of the Word, as part of the Penitential Rite, and at the conclusion of the Anaphora. 
(4) Kissing of objects may be adapted to local customs, that is touching the object with one’s fingers or the palm of one’s hand and bringing the hands to one’s eyes or forehead. 
(5) The kiss of peace could be given by the exchange of Anjali hasta and/or the placing of the hands of the giver between the hands of the recipient. 
(6) Incense could be made use of in liturgical services. The receptacle could be the simple incense bowl with handle. 
(7) The vestments could be simplified. A single tunic-type chasuble with a stole (Angavastra) could replace the traditional vestments of the Roman rite…
(8) The corporal could be replaced by a tray (Thali or Thamboola thattu)
(9) Oil lamps could be used instead of candles. 
(10) The preparatory rite of the Mass may include: ….(b) the welcome of the celebrant in the Indian way, e.g. with a single arati, washing of hands etc.; (c) lighting of the lamp…
(11) In the Offertory rite and at the conclusion of the Anaphora the Indian form of worship may be integrated, that is, double or triple arati of flowers, and/or incense, and/or light….
 
An evangelical Internet site exults in how that ministry consciously avoids overturning the beliefs and practices of the target-peoples, how instead it ensures “deculturization” over an extended period by introducing into their awareness what it terms “functional substitutes” for those beliefs and practices. So much so that it commands its own logo too on this ground! We have not replaced the lotus, “which is supposed to be the seat of the Indian gods,” it reports, we have entrenched the Cross in it! While addressing the ignorant and illiterate in India this ministry will point to the lotus, while addressing the potential donor its selling-point is the opposite : “The inference is,” the site informs that donor, “that the historical Christ and the Cross must ultimately take the seat of these mythological deities and thereby Christianity should become deeply rooted in the culture of India.”
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 Ashram Movement of Christians in India

During the two hundred years of British Raj, many western scholars became very interested in studying Hindu philosophy. The Christian scholars realized immediately how deep and complete the Dharma philosophy was, how it was in total agreement and harmony with material science and how it was unorganized but so organized! They were so impressed upon by its tenets and declarations that they started learning and writing extensively about it.  Perhaps they wished that they had such beautiful philosophy!. They wanted it all but the superiority of exceptionalism and Universalism of Christianity would not allow them to accept Dharma concepts by recognizing and respecting the source and also the History centric Nicene Creed would stop them at a point from believing in certain laws or tenets. They decided to have it all without damaging and leaving their religion.  Many Christians started appropriating and digesting Sanatana Dharma. ‘Christian Ashram’ was a new tactic where every aspect of Hinduism was appropriated. It was the height of stealing! 
When a Christian monk sheds the white and starts wearing orange and yellow ocher robes, where Yesu Sahasra Nama Archana, Yesu pooja, Yesu Ashtottara Namavali, Yesu Bhajans and Yesu Japa  is done, where BrahmaVishnumahesh look alike four face Yesu idol is kept in a Temple loo- alike Church, where Christian meditation is taught, where Vedas and Bhagavad Geeta is taught, where fasting is done for lent and feast, where a Church is called an Ashram, where Sanatana Dharma is taught as Christianity and where the highest appropriation and digestion of Hinduism is done by erasing and destroying the source is called a Christian Ashram. This is simply an arson, death, and destruction of our Dharma. This is an aggressive movement by Christians to convert people from India. ’tis the epitome of inculturation and digestion and is a perfect trap for gullible Hindus. Christian Ashrams are popping up all across India. Such Ashrams get foreign funding. Mostly from American Christian Funds. We need to start to learn Hindu Sanatana Dharma as Hindus or one day we might have to learn Christian Sanatana Dharma as Christians. As responsible Hindus, we must protest this inculturation to protect our Dharma.
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Inauguration of Saccidananda Ashram at Shantivanam. Henri Le Saux
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Monks of Kurisumala Monks of Kurisumala Chriatian Ashram
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Malayattor Kurisumudy                                                                                                                                  
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 Francis Acharya : Kurisumala  
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a Mass in the Trappist monastery of Kurisumala called Bharatiya Pooja. Spanish Jesuit Fr. Peter Julia,(Shilananda)                                                                                                                                                Image result for Christian Ashrams in India images pictures photos
Fr Louis(Swami Gnanajyothi ) : Anjali Christian Ashram Present Acharya Guru
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Rayappa Kasi OMI Anmodhaya Chrisian Ashram, Kancheepuram, India.      Rayappa Kasi : Anmodhaya
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Atmajyoti Christian Ashram Priests
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Ishalaya/Franciscan Ashram came to birth in 1986 with a team of four sisters. They were Sr.Teresa Dominic(Tara), Sr.Mary John 
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Franciscan Missionaries of Mary- Ishalaya
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Meditation at Ishalaya
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Matridham Christian Ashram                                                                               
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Khrist Bhakta – a CATHOLIC spiritual movement – in Northern India – Varanasi – a city holy to Hinduism
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Fr Anil Dev of Matridham
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 The Rev. Guruji (Fr.) Joe Mary M. Lobo,   Founder of Sri Christa Sharan SociaDevelopment Society (SCS)       
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Sri  Christa Sharan Ashram      
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Sat Tal Christian Ashram Centre 
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Sat Tal Christian Ashram Centre                                       Dr E Stanley Jones                                                                                    Image result for sattal ashram photosImage result for sattal ashram photos
SatTal Christian Ashram 80th Anniversary
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“Periannan” ( S. Jesudason)                         “Chinnannan” (Ernest Forrester – Paton)

 Christian Ashrams in India

Shantivanam Christian Ashram
Anjali Christian Ashram
Saccidananda Ashram
Anmodhaya Ashram
Jeevan Dhara Christian Ashram
Tabor Christian Ashram
Bethany Christian Ashram
KARUNAIYANANTHAR ASHRAM                                                              
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Christian Ashrams in India

  1. Aikiya Alayam, Madras, Tamil Nadu.
  2. The Always Fellowship House (1947), Alwaye, Kerala.
  3. Anbu Vazhvu Ashram, Palani, Madurai District, Tamil Nadu.
  4. Anjali Ashram, Mysore, Karnataka.
  5. Anusandhan Ashram, Bhanpuri, Raipur District, Madhya Pradesh.
  6. Arupa Ashram, Aruppakotai, Tamil Nadu.
  7. Asha Niketan, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  8. Asha Niketan, Calcutta, West Bengal.
  9. Asha Niketan, Katalur, Kerala.
  10. Asha Niketan, Tiruvanmayur, Madras, Tamil Nadu.
  11. The Ashram (1931), Perambavoor, Kerala.
  12. Asirvanam, Kumbalgud, Bangalore District, Karnataka.
  13. Bethany Ashram, Bapatla, Guntur District, Andhra Pradesh.
  14. Bethany Ashram (1938), Channapatna, Bangalore District, Karnataka.
  15. Bethany Ashram, Lahal, Kerala.
  16. Bethany Nature Cure and Yoga Centre, Nalanchira, Trivandrum, Kerala.
  17. Bethel Ashram (1957), Gudalur, Nilgiris District, Tamil Nadu.
  18. Bethel Ashram, Kattrapally, Warangal District, Andhra Pradesh.
  19. Bethel Ashram, Parkal, Warangal District, Andhra Pradesh.
  20. Bethel Ashram (1922), Tiruvalla, Kerala.
  21. Bethel Ashram, Trichur, Kerala.
  22. Calcutta Samaritans, Calcutta, West Bengal.
  23. Catholic Church, Garhi, Bihar.
  24. Catholic Mission, Rohtak, Haryana.
  25. Chayalpadi Ashram, Angamoozhi, Kerala.
  26. Christa Krupashrama (1949), Mandagadde, Shimoga District, Karnataka.
  27. Christa Mitra Ashram (1940), Ankola, North Kanara District, Karnataka.
  28. Christa Panthi Ashram (1942), Sihora, Madhya Pradesh.
  29. Christa Prema Seva Ashram (1922), Pune, Maharashtra.
  30. Christa Sathia Veda Ashram, Boyalakantla, Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh.
  31. Christa Sevakee Ashram (1950), Karkala, Karnataka.
  32. Christa Sisya Ashram (1936), Tadgam, Coimbatore District, Tamil Nadu.
  33. Christa Yesudasi Sangha (1935), Ahmadnagar, Maharashtra.
  34. Christa Yesudasi Sangha (1919), Malegaon, Nasik District, Maharashtra.
  35. Christavashram (1940), Manganam, Kottayam District, Kerala
  36. Christian Ashram (1930), Vrindavan, Mathura District, Uttar Pradesh.
  37. Christian Medical Fellowship, Oddanchatram, Madurai District, Tamil Nadu.
  38. Christiya Bandhu Kulam, Satna, Madhya Pradesh.
  39. Christu Dasa Ashram (1929), Palghat, Kerala.
  40. Christukulam Ashram (1921), Tripattur, North Arcot District, Tamil Nadu.
  41. Deepshikshashram, Narsingpura, Madhya Pradesh.
  42. Dhyan Ashram, Manpur, Indore District, Madhya Pradesh.
  43. Dhyana Ashram, Madras, Tamil Nadu.
  44. Dhyana Ashram, Wynad, Kerala.
  45. Dhyana Nilayam, Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.
  46. Dilaram House, New Delhi.
  47. Dilaram House, Calangute, Goa.
  48. Dohnavur Fellowship, Dohnavur, Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu.
  49. Evangelisation Centre, Paramkudi, Ramanathapuram Distict, Tamil Nadu.
  50. Fransalian Vidya Niketan, Khamgaon, Buldana District, Maharashtra.
  51. Friend’s Centre, Rusulai, Hoshangabad District, Madhya Pradesh.
  52. Gethesme Ashram, Muvathupuzha, Kerala.
  53. Gyan Ashram, Andheri, Bombay, Maharashtra.
  54. Ishapanthi Ashram (1922), Puri, Orissa.
  55. Jeevan Dhara, Rishikesh, Uttar Pradesh.
  56. Jesu Christ Passid Ashram, Cochin, Kerala.
  57. Jyoti Niketan Ashram, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh.
  58. Khrist Panthi Ashram (1947), Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.
  59. Khrist Sevashram, Rani, Assam.
  60. Kodaikanal Ashram Fellowship (1934), Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu.
  61. Kurishumala Ashram, Vagamon, Kottayam District, Kerala.
  62. Little Brothers of Jesus, Alampundi, South Arcot, District, Tamil Nadu.
  63. Madras Gurukul, Madras, Tamil Nadu.
  64. Masihi Gurukul, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.
  65. Masihi Sadhu Ashram, Maranda, Kangra District, Himachal Pradesh.
  66. Meherpur Ashram, Nadia, West Bengal.
  67. Menonite Central Committee, Calcutta, West Bengal.
  68. Missionary Brothers of Charity, Calcutta, West Bengal.
  69. Mitri Bhavan, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.
  70. New Life Centre, Pune, Maharashtra.
  71. Nirmala Mata Ashram, Goa.
  72. Om Yeshu Niketan, Bardez, Goa.
  73. Prakashpuram Ashram, Udemalpet, Tamil Nadu.
  74. Prarthana Ashram (1948), Neyyatinkara, Kerala.
  75. Premalaya Ashram (1937), Chamrajanagar, Karnataka.
  76. Prem Ashram, Kadari, Chhatarpur District, Madhya Pradesh.
  77. Saccidananda Ashram, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  78. Saccidananda Ashram, Coorg, Karnataka.
  79. Saccidananda Ashram, Narsingpur, Madhya Pradesh.
  80. Saccidananda Ashram, (1950), Tannirpalli, (Kulithalai), Tiruchirapalli District, Tamil Nadu.
  81. Saccidananda Ashram, Thasra, Kaira District, Gurajat.
  82. Sanjeevan Ashram, Nasik, Maharashtra.
  83. Sat Tal Ashram (1929), Bhowali, Nainital District, Uttar Pradesh.
  84. Sevananda Nilayam (1929), Nandikotkur. Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh.
  85. Shanti Ashram, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh.
  86. Shanti Neer, Harendrapur, Calcutta, West Bengal.
  87. Shantivanam, Raipur, Madhya Pradesh.
  88. Snanika Arulappara Virakta Math, Deshnur, Belgaum District, Karnataka.
  89. Snehalaya, Pune, Maharashtra.
  90. Sneh Sadan, Pune, Maharashtra.
  91. Spiritual Life Centre, Naraspur, Pune District, Maharashtra.
  92. St. Joseph’s Boys Village, Periyakulam, Dindigul District, Tamil Nadu.
  93. St. Paul’s Cathedral Social Services, Calcutta, West Bengal.
  94. Suvartha Premi Samithi, Ranthi, Uttar Pradesh.
  95. Suvisesha Ashram, Bidadi, Bangalore District, Karnataka.
  96. Tapovansarai, Rishikesh, Uttar Pradesh.
  97. Tirumalai Ashram, Nagarcoil, Kanya Kumari District, Tamil Nadu.
  98. TRACI Community, New Delhi.
  99. Vellore Ashram (1930), Vellore, Andhra Pradesh.
  100. Vidivelli Ashram (1932), Saymalai, Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu.
  101. Village Reconstruction Organsiation, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh.
  102. Vishram, Bangalore. Karnataka.
  103. Yeshu Ashram, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.
  104. Yesu Ashram, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  105. Yesu Karuna Prarthanalaya, Kote, Mysore District, Karnataka
Some excerpts from following web site
The Associated Press contributed to this report. 
– Since 1980, in accordance with the Vatican 11 document Nostra Aetate, Camaldoli has hosted the Jewish-Christian Colloquium, promoted by our community together with the lay Association for Friendship among Jews and Christians. 

– For more than twenty years we have engaged in dialogue with Hinduism and Buddhism, hosting “Monastic Exchange” programs organized by Buddhist associations and the Benedictine dialogue commission (DIM-MID). Our monks Bemardino Cozzarini and Thomas Matus have often been in India, facilitating the incorporation into our congregation of Saccidananda Ashramfounded in South India by Fathers Jules Monchanin and Henri Le Saux and later guided by Father Bede Griffiths. 
– Father Thomas Matus is also a consultor for the Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue and teaches a course on Hindu and Buddhist monasticism at the Benedictine Faculty in Rome. 
The “eldest” of our communities outside Italy is in India, where the presence of the Church dates back to sub-apostolic times. Saccidananda Ashram, Shantivanam, in Tamil Nadu did not, of course, begin as a Camaldolese community. It was founded on the feast of Saint Benedict, March 21, 1950, by Father Jules Monchanin, priest of the diocese of Lyons, and Father Henri Le Saux, monk of the Abbey of Kergonan in France. They took Indian names (respectively Parama-Arupi -Ananda and Abhishiktananda), donned the orange robes of the Hindu monks, and prayed in Sanskrit and Tamil. After Father Monachnin’s death in 1957 and Swami Abhishiktananda’s departure for the Himalayas in 1968, the Ashram was guided by an English monk Father Bede Griffiths. In 1980 he became a member of our community, and until his death in 1993 continued to form a group of young Indian men, who are working toward building the monastic community at the service of the Ashram, which retains its special characteristics in accordance with ancient India tradition and the vision of the three founders. 

In recent years two Indian women have made their solemn monastic profession as Camaldolese nuns. One has lived for many years next to Shantivanam and has established an ashram which expands Shantivanam’s capacity for receiving guests in a quiet, contemplative atmosphere. The other has just completed construction on a monastery near Mysore (Jfianodaya Ashram). Soon she will be joined by two more Indian women, currently in Rome preparing for their solemn vows. 
Final Propositions Synod Bishops call for a new wave of Evangelization in Asia – by John Thavis 
VATICAN CITY (CNS) – In a list of final propositions, the Synod of Bishops for Asia called for a new wave of evangelization on the continent, one that emphasizes Christ as Savior but recognizes Asian ways of expressing the faith. 
The propositions firmly placed the church on the side of Asia’s “teeming millions” of poor and disadvantaged, particularly women and children, and said Catholic institutions should help empower them. 
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The document said the authentic values of all Asian religions – including Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism – find “their fullness and realization” in Christ, and this belief must be at the center of all the Catholic Church’s activities. 
The synod said the moment has come to “commit all of the church’s energies to a new evangelization” in Asia. Sharing the faith in Christ is “the best service we can make” to the people of the continent, it said. 
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While endorsing dialogue with other religions and respect for their beliefs, the document said Christians engaged in such dialogue must retain a “clear Christian identity.” 
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The Bible deserves greater prominence in the church’s pastoral and missionary activities, the synod propositions said, because sacred Scriptures have the power to touch the hearts of people, even those of other faiths. 
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He concluded his remarks by calling on the “sister churches” of the first world to increase their role in Asia. They can be involved in monitoring trade to protect weaker nations; promoting the human side of the business, and canceling or reducing the debts that strangle many Asian countries. Only in this way, can we build the “civilization of love” called for by the Holy Father? Archbishop Daniel Acharuparambil of Verapoly pointed out that the minority of Catholics in Asia is brought about because all five of the great religions of the world strongly oppose the change of religion. Since Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism are very strong in the various countries of Asia, it follows that Christianity will have problems making inroads. 
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Sannyasins or Swindlers
Sita Ram Goel wrote this in 1988, and he would not be surprised to learn that 
Christian priests and monks in America have adopted the very same tactics to …     pastoral course Syro Malankara      
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Appropriation Hindu Sanyasis (Monks)
Christian Brahmacharis and Swamis
I heard about missionaries who dress in orange robes to look like swamis. Gullible and desperate villagers are told that their traditional gods are actually corrupted versions of Christ; that the venerable saints and sages of India’s past were really Christians; that the three horizontal stripes traditionally drawn on the foreheads of Shiva devotees stand for the Holy Trinity; that the Upanishadic prayer that includes “Lead us from darkness to light” was meant as a cry for Jesus to save them.
Jesuit missionary in his Nashik church.
Christian Sanyasis!!!!!!!
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Padres as Brahmins, Munivars and Iyers 
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Does anyone call it #Safronization? NO, Its how church #plagiarize. Pic from Malayattoor. Anything left for #Hindus?
Christian Missionaries dressed like Hindu Monks. Christian Missionaries dressed like Sanyasis
Appropriation of Hindu Satsang
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Yeshu or Christian Satsang
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As Hindus, we dance and sing our philosophy. Our highest literature is our philosophy. Our culture is never separate from our religion. When one says Namaste it is culture and it is also religion and also it is religious wisdom that we have got to back up religion.  

When the Lord of Nritya Sri Ganesha and Sri Nataraja are quietly thrown out of Rangamancha, when in the ‘Bharata Natyam’ Sri Vishnu and Sri Shiva mudra is replaced by Jesus mudra, when in the traditional lamp the ShankhaChakraGadaPadma and Hamsa is replaced with a Cross, , when the famous bhajan ‘Krishna Nee Begane Baaro’ is changed to ‘Yesu Nee Begane Baaro’, when the devotion is taken out of the Nritya then it is called ‘Christian Bharata Natyam’. One may argue why Christian Bharata Natyam cannot be devotional? The answer is simple. One who has left one’s own religion and has appropriated its culture will never be able to fill his heart with devotion. When one leaves his religion the culture leaves that individual too. 

The Christian Bharata Natyam was presented at the Vatican a few years ago. This appropriation, indigenization, alteration, digestion, and inculturation is happening for many years. The Vatican accepts and even promotes such inculturation to retain and protect converts in their own comfort zone.
Take a look at systematic appropriation, digestion, Inculturation,  indigenization, alteration of Hindu scriptures, rituals, festivals, dance forms, music, drama and more by Christians

What is Inculturation?

The Oxford Dictionary defines Inculturation as the gradual acquisition of the characteristics and norms of a culture or group by a person, another culture, etc. Simply put, Inculturation is the adaptation of Christian liturgy to a non-Christian cultural background.
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Appropriation of Hindu Nritya (Dance) Form
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Anjali at her Arangetram
Bible based kathakali.. Another fraud
Watch  Sonal Mansingh from 8:05 to 14:40
Krishna Ni Begane Baaro
Explore this and see what’s going on!!!
Breaking India has detailed analysis on how Rani DAVID is openly using Bharatanatyam as an Inculturation strategy ( See pages 118-120 ) and she does not hide it like Leela Samson. She spent 13 years with Seventh-day Adventist organization! ( archived page here )
Anyway, this is nothing but Breaking Indian Dance
Tamil Christian Bharata Natyam
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Appropriation of Hindu Sangeet (Music)
Raga, Soora, Taala, Vadyam everything is appropriated
words like Aaradhana (worship), Kirtanam, Devadideva
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Sis. Persis John
Sis. Svania Niroj
Bro Agathiyan
Abraham Charles
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Pastor Jacob Koshy
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Isravelin Rajave
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Ummai Allamal Enaku Yaar Undu உம்மை அல்லாமல் HD  
Roshini
Issac Williams
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Abraham and Anand Garu
Pr Darwin Ebenezer
Philomina
Benny Joshua
Ps. Reenukumar
Pastor Lordson
Pastor Roy Mathew
Pastor John Jebaraj
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Pastor John Wesley and Ramesh Yesaiah
Pastor A Yesudhas
Pastor Alwin Thomas
Ankur Narula
Pastor Gabriel Thomasraj
Siluvai Nadhaar
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Pravin Kumar
Tamil  Christian Songs
Gujarati Christian Garba
Gujarati Christian Bhava Geet and  Bhajans
Sermons in Gujrati
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Appropriation of Hindu Natya(Drama) Form
Retelling the tale of Christ through Yakshagana
Bible Yakshagana was a hit in Karnataka in the 1970s – now, it’s considered ‘Christian propaganda’
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Really Sick and disgusting way to show sameness @RajivMessage your thoughts?
Jesus being sneaked inside Hindu garb, aesthetics, aagama, philosophy:
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Yakshagana
‘Maha Chetana’ revised version of yakshagana prasanga presented
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“Mahachethana” Yakshagana Tala Maddale programme at Attur St. Lawrence Church
‘Maha Chetana Yesukrista Mahatme’ , first published in 1976, is set for a relaunch with some revisions

thehindu.com

Replying to 
Yesu christ YakshGana……
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Appropriation of Hindu Yoga
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No, to any Yoga by Christian Clergy
No, to any(Hindu or Christian) Yoga by Protestant Christian Clergy
Protestant Church
No, to any(Hindu or Christian) Yoga by Orthodox Christian Clergy
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Articles on Christians and Yoga 

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Yes, to only Christian Yoga by Christians
Yoga Digested!
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Christian Yoga in Church
 
Yes, to only original Yoga by Christians
Krishnamacharya pranayama app1930
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Mysore 1934. pattabhi jois has said that that’s him in Kapo underneath Krishnamacharya in Blue, it seems more likely however that it may be him in pink.
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Something other than Christian Yoga
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