Dear guys now we can see nasranis all …
Comment posted Population Statistics and Demography of Saint Thomas Christians, Churches with historical references by Benny.
now we can see nasranis all around the world . but they dont know each other
because they are far away from their heritage . if we not gain our lost heritage we cannot become
unify . without unification we cannot survive .because we are scattering in all parts of the world .
why should we scatter all over the world .select some better destinations and try to migrate only to that destinations . and keep our feets better rooted in kerala .
only through unification we will get a good leadership ,which can lead the people to a better future
we should learn from the formation of european union . that they decide to be united to reign teir lost dominance in the world . they studied well from the past
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