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Why Da Vinci Code was banned in India?

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டாவின்ஸி கோட் திரைப்படம் இந்தியாவில் ஏன் தடை செய்யப்பட்டது? மறைக்கப்பட்ட உண்மைகள் வெளிவந்துவிடும் என்றா? திறைமறைவு உண்மைகளை தெளிவாக்குகிறது இந்த பவர்பாயிண்ட்.

டாவின்ஸி கோட் திரைப்படம் இந்தியாவில் ஏன் தடை செய்யப்பட்டது? மறைக்கப்பட்ட உண்மைகள் வெளிவந்துவிடும் என்றா? திறைமறைவு உண்மைகளை தெளிவாக்குகிறது இந்த பவர்பாயிண்ட்.

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  • 1. Pagan Vision Presents
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  • 44. (Western Colonialism in Asia and Christianity, Page. 85, Himalaya Publishing House,Bombay,1988.)
  • 45. A India Portuguesa, Vol.11, Nova Goa", 1923, p.263 cited in Goa Inquisition by Pirlokar Page.175
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  • 59. a pagan vision presentation We express our heartfelt gratitude to the services of many noble and brave souls whose research work we have used here. Here is the list of such humanist and honest works we have used in creating this presentation: Nag Hammadi online library [http://www.nag-hammadi.com] Encyclopedia Romana online [http://penelope.uchicago.edu] Wikipedia: Online encyclopedia [http://en.wikipedia.org] Pagan origins of Christianity website Internet Infidels online library [www.Infidels.org ] Jesus never existed website [ www.jesusneverexisted.com ] Gnostic Gospels by Elaine Pagels The Masks of God by Joseph Campbell Hitler’s Pope by John Cornwell A Moral Reckoning by Daniel Goldhagen Goa Inquisition and Niyogi Committee report by Voice of India Chinna Karuppan for his illuminating essays at thinnai.com Indians against Christian aggression website And of course ‘The Da Vinci Code’