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Rebels and Outcasts By Charlie Pye-Smith

Rebels and Outcasts
by Charlie Pye-Smith

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A travel book exploring India and the history of its 25 million Christians. Linking the most beautiful and fascinating parts of the country, from lush coastal Goa to the slums of Calcutta, this is a far-reaching story about India past and present. Originally published in 1997 by Viking, from the author of TRAVELS IN NEPAL and THE OTHER NILE.
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Rebels and Outcasts: A Journey Through Christian India by Charlie Pye-Smith

This travel book links many of the most beautiful and fascinating parts of India, at the same time tells the story of the country's 25 million Christians. It covers the lush coastal state of Goa, the slums of Calcutta, the hill station of the south and the fishing villages of Kerala. The book looks at the missions to the poor, the Jesuite priests, the Catholic fathers and the ancient Anglo-Indian communities in the hills.

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Table of Contents

The Raj on its knees; heaven and hell; the enemies within; the Roman conquest; India's coral strand; in the wake of the jews; the Syrian Christians; an ancient dominion; pride and prejudice; in the midst of life; an uneasy triumph.

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Rebels and Outcasts: A Journey Through Christian India by Charlie Pye-Smith
Charlie Pye-Smith
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