Well that seems highly plausible.If there were no …
Comment posted Lifestyle of Kerala Syrian Christians by Anoop.
Well that seems highly plausible.If there were no brahmins at that time, what was the religion of the people then????If there were no brahmins then there must have been no nairs then as Nairs are Brahmin derived.The question that arises is “who all composed the kerala community then”.
From a personal side…the predecessors of the nasranis were probably Jews as you mentioned.
A lie must have been inflated over two millenia and converted into the truth.
How much did we contribute to the Malayalam language????the sound zha …where dos it come from.The language used in those times was Tamil and tamilians cant pronounce the sound.
As per experts Malayalam is only around 1000 years old.
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