Ishwar Sharan rips apart christian Propagandas

published on October 14, 2010

The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple by Ishwar Sharan, Third Revised Edition, 2010, Voice of India, New Delhi.

The revised and updated edition of The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple is now available online at The New Ishwar Sharan Archive. It is a complete up-to-date study of the St. Thomas in India legend — its origin, history, ideology, and communal ramifications — and is named after the main, 24-chapter essay by Ishwar Sharan. It includes 28 independent, penetrating articles by senior journalists and scholars, and exposes in detail the anti-Hindu bias in India’s secular English-language media. One chapter deals with the pronounced Christian bias of the Encyclopedia Britannica and popular online reference portal Wikipedia. Both encyclopedia’s carry fanciful, non-factual entries for St. Thomas the Apostle in India that they refuse to correct or change.

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.

This online edition on WordPress can be easily searched using the search field at the top of the side bar. There are many relevant reference links including a link to the original 3rd century Syrian religious romance, the infamous Acts of Thomas by Bardesanes, which is the source of the legend of St. Thomas in India.

The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple 2010,  is available from publisher Voice of India, New Delhi. It has an extensive bibliography and is a valuable tool for researchers and historians.

This is a new website to bookmark as a reference.

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