Dont you dare lump us keralites with subhuman unhygenic street shitters you...

Adam Wright
Adam Wright

dont you dare lump us keralites with subhuman unhygenic street shitters you bitch ass white cunt

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caste_system_among_Indian_Christians

Ethan Parker
Ethan Parker

lal salam my malayali brother

Colton Jones
Colton Jones

Please post your had and prove you are not a priambathoori.

Carter Ward
Carter Ward

Im tired of faggot ass cunts on this board thinking all of India is like this because they saw a fucking movie AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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Grayson Adams
Grayson Adams

Why is Kerala ruled by communists? I thought there was a civil war going on with them?

Henry Powell
Henry Powell

Their ruling party is as communist as north korea is democratic. The government just doesn't fuck around is all, a major difference from the state govts up north.

Dylan Bell
Dylan Bell

Apparently knowledge of English is surprisingly low in India, and apparently knowledge of Hindi is very low in the South and the East. So does each state really just function in its own language? For example, do people in Andhra Pradesh and people in Kerala not have any lingua franca between them? And do all minorities in those states speak the state language (e.g. do ethnically Kannada people living in Andhra Pradesh all speak Telugu)?

Dominic Russell
Dominic Russell

its a communist party and they are not even communist in the way you are thinking and usually the non communist side comes into power every second election

Asher Williams
Asher Williams

No. You're thinking of the Communist Party of India--Maoist, the members of which are frequently referred to as Naxalites. The CPI-M is an outlawed political party with paramilitary elements. They're primarily active in east-central India: Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, along with small tracts of Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra (notably Gadchiroli and Gondia districts), Telangana, Karnataka, etc.

Naxals have been active since 1967. While the movement's diminished in influence since its heyday in the mid-2000s, there are still vast areas of east-central India under Maoist control. In fact, much of Dandakaranya and Abujhmad remain no-go zones for police and paramilitary forces.

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Kevin Young
Kevin Young

most workers in construction and such in Kerala come from Bengal and large amount of them dont speak Malayalam though some slowly learn and yes a fuck ton of people dont know Hindi in the south, i used to know a decent amount of it and could communicate with north Indians but now i have forgotten most of it due to not using it

Jaxson Young
Jaxson Young

do all minorities in those states speak the state language
For the most part yes. Britbongs divided them this way.
t. Amerimutt with Pajeeta mom

Cooper Jones
Cooper Jones

ewww!

Luke Garcia
Luke Garcia

says the street shitter

Caleb Thompson
Caleb Thompson

Malayalee anada njan, potta.

Benjamin Rodriguez
Benjamin Rodriguez

സോറി സോറി

Aaron Hernandez
Aaron Hernandez

What happens there?

Dominic Rodriguez
Dominic Rodriguez

your mom

Jose Lewis
Jose Lewis

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Dominic Powell
Dominic Powell

That's nice for Kerala but that map is pretty grim.

Blake Clark
Blake Clark

Kerala's hdi is 0.784 now. In the space of 3 years its hdi increased by ~.073. Not sure if that is good or bad lol

Alexander Bell
Alexander Bell

of-course it is.. what were you expecting?

Thomas Martinez
Thomas Martinez

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Jeremiah Ross
Jeremiah Ross

I won't give much credence to the numbers.. such small variations can crop up because of random noises in the date all the time.

Jason Jackson
Jason Jackson

that map is old as fuck need an update

Mason Flores
Mason Flores

I don't know. I have ideas and preconceptions about India and much of that may even be true, but it's a huge country that I'm mostly ignorant of. I guess I might have expected some higher numbers regionally, though, rather than being that low nationwide.

Joseph Brooks
Joseph Brooks

Britbongs divided them this way.

You really need to open a book, not that that wasn't made obvious by your next line.

Kayden Johnson
Kayden Johnson

rather than being that low nationwide.
the law of averages kicks in as soon as you talk nation-wide figures.

The heaviest populated regions are with low HDI/Income/Literacy figures.

Nathaniel Clark
Nathaniel Clark

I meant each state across the country was low. But also that, yes

Hudson Roberts
Hudson Roberts

to be honest if you takeaway bimaru states 90 percent of indias problems will go away and most of the negative stereotypes of India will be gone too

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Ian Anderson
Ian Anderson

I just called them states but then I realized I don't know what they're called in India.

Henry Young
Henry Young

bimaru states
What is this?

Wyatt Bailey
Wyatt Bailey

Holy fuck, the name of that southernmost city.

Leo Taylor
Leo Taylor

those dark red colored shitholes in the north on the map

Cameron Lewis
Cameron Lewis

yeat thats the capital of Kerala

Zachary Garcia
Zachary Garcia

BIMARU == BIhar MAdhyapradesh Rajasthan Uttarpradesh

True. But you just cannot wish them away.. They are our compatriots in defeating the White devil.

Andrew Roberts
Andrew Roberts

How do I pronounce that?

Henry Stewart
Henry Stewart

yea they will make up most of the KARA BOGA army with their numbers

Adrian Edwards
Adrian Edwards

Not that difficult to pronounce, if you know how to break up the sounds.

Thiru-va-nan-tha-pu-ram

Nathaniel Martinez
Nathaniel Martinez

What's wrong with Rajasthan? Bullshit with Pakistan?

Austin Hill
Austin Hill

listen to the first one
howtopronounce.com/thiruvananthapuram/

Easton Peterson
Easton Peterson

What's wrong with Rajasthan?
it used to be terrible.. now much better.

BIMARU is an old acronym.

Colton Davis
Colton Davis

what would you say is the worst state now but?which one is worse from madhya pradesh and uttar pradesh too?

Logan Parker
Logan Parker

Madhyapradesh >>>> Uttar Pradesh > Bihaar.

Bihar is the shittiest of them all.

Austin Williams
Austin Williams

Is Bihar basically your Florida, or what? What are the people like? The terrain? What happens there?

Carson Wright
Carson Wright

Bihar is the wild west.

It used to be the capital of many Indian Empires several times in the history. Post independence and during the Raj, it went to an era of darkness with complete anarchy.

Chase Young
Chase Young

kek

David Edwards
David Edwards

Bihar had been prosperous for centuries because of which it's low life people's population boomed while it's Talented elite got bred out by them.

Zachary Evans
Zachary Evans

Deranged Syriac guy who doesn't know when to fuck off here.

I just want to mention one name, and one name only.

Mor Ignatius Elias III, Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch.

Checkmate and cheerio.

Aiden Gray
Aiden Gray

Lmao nice to see you still posting.

I'm kinda impressed by voyages of your nation across all of Asia. Why that far into India, not closer to the rest?

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Jackson Green
Jackson Green

alright alright my ancestor :)

Landon Hill
Landon Hill

Do you mean the Persian Gulf or NW India? They did. St. Isaac of Nineveh, a Nestorian bishop of the 600s and author whose monastic works apparently influenced much of Europe by translation, was probably from the Bahrain area (called Qatar), and probably Arab. Other "Qatari" authors in Syriac include Dadisho.

I read this trade/transport route between India and Iraq through the Persian Gulf was used by the Sumerians and Indus Valley people thousands of years before the A.D. period.

One of the oldest standing churches or monasteries, at least among those built for that purpose, was discovered near Jubail on the Saudi Gulf coast in 1986, and apparently nobody knows about it. Non-standing ruins of a monastery/church from the time of Isaac and Dadisho were discovered in the U.A.E. island Bani Yas in 1992, here is a picture.

Sources state Eastern Syrian Christians were existing throughout India and further down the Arabian coast to the island of Socotra, but with their decline from maybe the 1200s-1600s, especially under the Timurids, Kerala and Assyria/Kurdistan were the main remnants. (Actually parts of the 'Assyrian homeland' are not Kurdish majority such as Urmi.)

I don't know why there might have been an absence in NW India, perhaps Kashgar on the map was the center for them.

Of course I'll still be posting. I'm deranged, remember?

From what I know you actually were kings. Kerala Christians were given royal privileges and upper caste status by ateast one king.

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Jordan Johnson
Jordan Johnson

at least one king.

Tyler Robinson
Tyler Robinson

royal privileges and upper caste status by ateast one king.
It were the upper caste hindus who got converted to Christianity during the initial days.

they even don't marry outside their community.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caste_system_among_Indian_Christians

Hunter Richardson
Hunter Richardson

It were the upper caste hindus who got converted to Christianity during the initial days.
They say this but """Syrian"""" Christians look dark as shit compared to Brahmins.

Christopher Barnes
Christopher Barnes

Thanks for the link. Do you also know about 'Knanaya' not marrying outside the community, and does that involve caste or is it considered another topic?

William Edwards
William Edwards

Being tawny or black doesn't make them non-Syrian as your quotation marks suggest, as it doesn't refer to descent but the source language of their rituals and prayers (as a whole), which priests at least until recently studied.

Zachary Russell
Zachary Russell

I'd bet my left nut most Knanayas were actually low caste.

Brandon Murphy
Brandon Murphy

Knanayas were actually low caste.
idk.. the first pic whcih comes while googling them shows them not any darker than average christian.

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Jacob Anderson
Jacob Anderson

daily reminder that
not all brahmin are fair
not all dalits are dark.

Jason Gonzalez
Jason Gonzalez

That venezuela bit probably needs some updating too

Josiah Baker
Josiah Baker

Bump.

Alexander Turner
Alexander Turner

keralites are based by indian standards, but still brown subhuman-tier for everyone else

Ian Murphy
Ian Murphy

there are darker Christians from Kerala too but most i know are as light as brahmins while a few are even lighter

Anthony Bell
Anthony Bell

Are you saying India is multicultural?

Henry Harris
Henry Harris

lal salaam comrade
t. future gulag resident

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William King
William King

All of India should look like this desu.

Brandon Reed
Brandon Reed

what? like disgusting christfag choir singers?

ewww no.

Jose Diaz
Jose Diaz

Most of the keralite christians have had the same privileges that the upper caste brahmins had throughout the centuries. And they both still do to some extent. They are political allies too because of the communist party which is a strong threat to the status quo dominated by the upper caste groups. People here don't really care that much about religion but they're all secretly casteist. For instance, my church would excommunicate me if I married outside my sect.

Adam Morales
Adam Morales

People here don't really care that much about religion but they're all secretly casteist. For instance, my church would excommunicate me if I married outside my sect.
would they not, if your married outside your religion?

Eli Gutierrez
Eli Gutierrez

A fucking skidmark

Michael Ward
Michael Ward

Why the fuck are you in my country?

Jayden Ross
Jayden Ross

agreed, i don't want to be lumped in with you dravidian """people""" or your BIMARU tribal cousins

just stay away from the north

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Blake Jenkins
Blake Jenkins

Afaik, they don't see other religions as a threat, and inter-religious marriages are so uncommon compared to inter-sect ones. Although it's still somewhat an issue, the point I was trying to make was that they acknowledge each other's existence and even support each other in some cases. Just to give you an example, I've heard a lotta priests taking up the anti-women stace on sabarimala and instructing people to protect the temple's integrity.

Gabriel Wilson
Gabriel Wilson

So the different sects are like castes, or is it just that clergy is higher caste for all if them?

Would it be a good idea to go to India (North or South) to teach English?

William Clark
William Clark

Would it be a good idea to go to India (North or South) to teach English?
lel.. there are no dearth of English teachers in India, m8.

Isaac Ward
Isaac Ward

Be more specific.

Jason Ross
Jason Ross

are no dearth

Oh, but there is, it would seem.

Jose Collins
Jose Collins

Nah, that'd be idiotic. The only way you'd earn a comfortable salary is if you had a graduate degree and found employment at a high-caliber private or international school.

Otherwise, as the Indian user said, there is no shortage of English teachers.

I can't speak for wages in the South, but hiring ads I've seen for English teachers in Delhi show salaries ranging from about Rs 10,000 per month to Rs 20,000 (~$160-$320). There are very few local employers who will be willing to sponsor a visa for that purpose.

Christopher Perry
Christopher Perry

So what should I do, then?

Connor Parker
Connor Parker

What should you do to accomplish what? If you don't have a graduate education, work experience or highly in-demand skills, you will not have an easy time moving anywhere overseas (exceptions being for English-teaching posts in East/Southeast Asia and parts of Latin America--but even there, you only get a respectable salary with certification and a degree).

Connor Sanders
Connor Sanders

So the different sects are like castes, or is it just that clergy is higher caste for all if them?
Yeah they are essentially treated as different castes, if you view them through a casteist lens i.e. Also, you can expect more ethic homogeneity within syrian christians than, say, latin christians.
This desu. But if you really wanna do it, a general rule of thumb would be to stick to a gated community in any state, north or south.
but hiring ads I've seen for English teachers in Delhi show salaries ranging from about Rs 10,000 per month to Rs 20,000 (~$160-$320)
Fucking kidding me? That's too low. I don't think that's true.

Caleb Ortiz
Caleb Ortiz

I was actually checking salaries several years back to see whether it was an option for me. Pay was shit.

Sebastian Nguyen
Sebastian Nguyen

Yeah they are essentially treated as different castes, if you view them through a casteist lens i.e. Also, you can expect more ethic homogeneity within syrian christians than, say, latin christians.

It wasn't a yes or no question so that's ambiguous but I guess you mean the sects.

What should you do to accomplish what?

An exploratory expedition. What should I do in India to say thank you for inventing civilization? And how did you get to be an authority on this subject? Define a highly in-demand skill. I have plenty.

Hunter White
Hunter White

Oh. But isn't everything cheaper in some places anyway?

Aiden Morales
Aiden Morales

WTF I thought south Indians are the shit ones.

Jace Bailey
Jace Bailey

You get a graduate degree, find a position with a transnational NGO or acquire valuable workplace experience. India has plenty of college-educated graduates, many of whom are willing to work for far less than you.

If you want to do something useful without having the necessary qualifications, don't some money to a charity like Salam Balak or Aasha for Education.

Sure, but don't expect to be living comfortably on $300 per month in a big city. You'll probably have to live in a P.G. or endure a long, crowded commute. India is cheap, but you still have to pay for decent lodging.

Of course, you can manage on way less, but I don't see why anyone would want to move overseas to LARP as a third-worlder.

Nicholas Ramirez
Nicholas Ramirez

What's a P.G.? Pajeet ghetto? Projects?

Surely there are more options. There's that thingy where you stay in people's homes. There's little risk, right?

Of course, you can manage on way less, but I don't see why anyone would want to move overseas to LARP as a third-worlder.

Bill Gates did it.

Ryan Price
Ryan Price

How about you just go and visit India for a few months, senpai.

Easton Lee
Easton Lee

How do you do that? Save up? You kept talking about employment like you start from scratch.

Doesn't it affect your citizenship status in both countries if you visit a country longer than a couple weeks? Or have I been lied to?

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