Online Resources on Knanaya Migration

Online Resources on Knanaya Migration

Several online sources that have reference to Knanaya Migration (PDF)

Nine Online Resources that have reference to Knanaya Migration. You may access them by clicking on the hyperlinks.

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Pre-Diamper History of the Malabar Church

Pre-Diamper History of the Malabar Church

by Rev. Dr. Jacob Kollaparambil published in 2000 (FLIP BOOK).

Sources on the Hierarchical Structure of the St. Thomas Christian Church in the Pre-Diamper Period by Re. Dr. Jacob Kollaparambil.

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The Native Place of Thomas Kinayi

The Native Place of Thomas Kinayi

Article by Rev. Dr. Jacob Kollaparambil published in 1988

The author infers that that native place of Thomas of Kinayi was Kynai in Bet Aramaye about 90 kms. to the South-East of Bagdad, on the left bank of the Tigris two kms from the river and in the neighborhood of the present town, Al Aziziyah.

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Article on Knanaya History by Msgr. Dr. Jacob Kollaparambil in the Centenary Souvenir of the Archeparchy of Kottayam.

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Knanaya Migration and Kottayam Diocese

Knanaya Migration and Kottayam Diocese

Malayalam Article by Dr. Jacob Kollaparambil.

Malayalam Article on Knanaya Migration and the Diocese of Kottayam written by Dr. Jacob Kollaparambil and published in the Platinum Jubilee Souvenir of the Diocese of Kottayam.

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The Identity of Mar John of Persia and Great India

The Identity of Mar John of Persia and Great India

who attended the First Council of Nicea by Rev. Dr. Jacob Kollaprambil.

An article of "The Identity of Mar John of Persia and Great India who attended the First Council of Nicea" by Rev. Dr. Jacob Kollaprambil..

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Some facts on Knanaya Migration

Some facts on Knanaya Migration

By Rev. Dr. Jacob Kollaparambil and Rev. Dr. Jacob Vellian

ക്നാനായ കുടിയേറ്റവുമായി ബന്ധപ്പെട്ട വിഷയങ്ങ, പ്രത്യേകിച്ച്, ചെപ്പേട്, ക്നായി തോമ്മാ എന്നീ വിഷയങ്ങൾ വിശകലനം ചെയ്യുന്നു.

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On Knanaya Migration in Travancore State Manual

On Knanaya Migration in Travancore State Manual

by G.T. Mackenzie, British Resident in Travancore and Cochin.

Mention of Knanaya Migration of 400 Christians from Nineve and Jerusalem in 345 under the leadership of Thomas Cana. Among them was a bishop from Edessa named Joseph and several priests and deacons. The ruler of Cranganore conferred privileges upon Thomas Cana and his people.

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A Synopsis of the History of the Syrian Church in Malabar

A Synopsis of the History of the Syrian Church in Malabar

On Knanaya Migration and influence by A Syrian Catholic.

In 345 A.D. a Syrian Christian Colony came to Malabar from the East, under the leadership of a rich Aramean merchant named Thomas Cana of Jerusalem, who traded from the Persian Gulf down to this Coast and settled at Cranganore.

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Historical Glimpses of the Knanaya Community

Historical Glimpses of the Knanaya Community

by Dr. Jacob Kollaparambil and Dr. Jacob Vellian

Historical Glimpses given as appendix in the collection of papers presented in the "Symposium on Knanites" conducted at Kottayam in connection with the Platinum Jubilee celebrations of the Diocese of Kottayam on August 29, 1986.

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The Southists or Knanaya Community

The Southists or Knanaya Community

Paper presented in the 2000 Eparchial Assembly

The paper deals with the name, formation, Ecclesial unit, division of the Ecclesial unit, development of Catholics and Jacobites, extended region for the Southists, and need for a bifurcation of the Eparchy of Kottayam.

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Kinai Thomma in Panan Songs

Kinai Thomma in Panan Songs

by Dr. Jacob Vellian presented in Knanaya Symposium in 1986.

A study on the history of Kinai Thomma in the Panan Songs that Rev. Dr. Jacob Vellian presented in the Knanaya Symposium conducted in connection with the Platinum Jubilee Celebration of the Diocese of Kottayam on August 29, 1986.

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