Indian Christians and The Making of Composite Culture in South India

@article{Doss2018IndianCA,
  title={Indian Christians and The Making of Composite Culture in South India},
  author={M. Doss},
  journal={South Asia Research},
  year={2018},
  volume={38},
  pages={247 - 267}
}
  • M. Doss
  • Published 2018
  • History
  • South Asia Research
While North India erupted in rebellion in 1857, South India was experiencing a range of cross-cultural contests between missionary Christianity and local converts, who protested against Indian culture being dismissed as a work of the devil. Converts in the emerging Christian communities, particularly in South India, made efforts to retain their indigenous cultural ethos as part of their lived experience. Early attempts to balance Indian identity with Christian beliefs and practices were later… Expand
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