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The book documents the destruction of the original Kapaleeswara Shiva Temple by the Portuguese and its replacement by the San Thome Cathedral Basilica on the Mylapore beach in Chennai.

The book documents the destruction of the original Kapaleeswara Shiva Temple by the Portuguese and its replacement by the San Thome Cathedral Basilica on the Mylapore beach in Chennai. With references and comprehensive bibliography. ark:/13960/t3dz7q391.

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The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple - Ishwar Sharan - Free ebook download as PDF File . The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple - Ishwar Sharan. What was originally an introductory essay to the study of the St. Thomas myth and the related issue of the destruction of a great Shiva temple on the Mylapore beach by the Portuguese, has taken the shape of a broad investigation into the negative Christian presence in South India today.

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Read and download the book from the following portals: Scribd Google Books Internet Archive Project Gutenberg. The first St. Thomas church to appear on the Mylapore beach was built in 1523 by Portuguese pirates and Augustinian friars against the ancient Kapaleeswara Temple wall. The Christian tactic of encroaching on Hindu buildings and holy sites and then taking them over continues in Tamil Nadu till today. Tableau in the fake St. Thomas tomb at San Thome Cathedral. In Catholic universities in Europe, the myth of the apostle Thomas going to India is no longer taught as history, but in India it is still considered useful.

The book is a study of the St. Thomas in India legend―its origin, history and communal ramifications―and is named after the main, 24-chapter essay by Ishwar Sharan. The book exposes the vicious blood libel against Hindus perpetrated by Christians for centuries regarding the The book is a study of the St.

Sri Kapaleeswara Shiva Temple: This is the second temple built in the 17th century by Mayil Nattu Muthiyappa Mudaliar after the Portuguese destroyed the original temple on the Mylapore seashore and replaced it with the first St. Thomas Church. San Tommaso Cathedral Basilica, Ortona, Italy: This cathedral in the diocese of Lanciano-Ortona, has held the complete skeletal remains of St. Thomas since 1258. The tomb containing the relics of St. Thomas in San Tommaso Basilica, Ortona, Italy. San Thome Cathedral, Mylapore, Chennai (Madras), India.

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Ishwar Sharan, also known as Swami Devananda Saraswati, is a Canadian author and convert to Hinduism. The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple.

The first St. Thomas story was invented to give Syrian immigrants Indian ancestry and the patronage of a local martyr saint 28. Mylapore fell into the hands of the Portuguese in 1556, when the temple suffered demolition. Thomas story was invented to give Syrian immigrants Indian ancestry and the patronage of a local martyr saint. It was resurrected and embellished in the 16th century by Jesuit and Franciscan missionaries. There is nothing factual, nor secular, about the claim that Thomas ever came to India. 6.  From the beginning of the Christian era to the Arab invasions of the 7th century, Judas Thomas was & remained the central object of worship at Edessa in Syria. He had lived and taught in the city and if he did not die there, his body was returned soon afterwards from Persia. 28.


The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple download epub
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Author: Ishwar Sharan
ISBN: 8185990212
Category: History
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: South Asia Books; Revised edition (November 1, 1995)
Pages: 290 pages