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Syrian Malabar Nasrani: Quiz

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Question 1: Those who continued with East Syrian theological and liturgical tradition and stayed faithful to the Synod of Diamper are known as the ________ in communion with the Catholic Church.
Syro-Malankara Catholic ChurchFrancis XavierSyro-Malabar Catholic ChurchMaronite Church

Question 2: ________
Chaldean Syrian Church
Church of North India
Church of South India
Jacobite Syrian Church
Latin Catholic Church
Indian Orthodox Church
Malabar Independent Church
Mar Thoma Church
Presbyterian Church of India
St.

Question 3: These are considered as some of the most important legal documents in the history of ________.
MalayaliThiruvananthapuramKochi, IndiaKerala

Question 4: Later this land came to be known as Malabar and (now) ________.
Kochi, IndiaThiruvananthapuramMalayaliKerala

Question 5: The Nasrani Qurbana used to be sung in the Suryani (Syriac) and ________.
Aramaic languageSemitic languagesArabic languageAkkadian language

Question 6: Until the 1970s the Nasrani Kurbana was sung in the ________-Syriac language.
Arabic languageAkkadian languageAramaic languageSemitic languages

Question 7: They continued trade with the ________ world, thus establishing a strong link between the southern coast of the Indian peninsula and the Judeo-Roman world.
Pacific OceanAtlantic OceanMediterranean SeaIndian Ocean

Question 8: [50] The only Nasranis who managed to preserve some elements of their Jewish origin were the ________ people, because of their tradition of being endogamous within their own community and therefore preserving their Jewish tradition.
Saint Thomas ChristiansKnanayaSyrian Malabar NasraniThomas the Apostle

Question 9: In it the term Syrian actually refers to the Aramaic speaking Jewish people rather than the country of Syria, while the term Malabar is the name of an ancient region of the present day state of Kerala in ________.
India and the Non-Aligned MovementIndiaLok SabhaResearch and Analysis Wing

Question 10: Muziris (now known as Pattanam near ________) was the important entry port.
KodungallurKollamKochi, IndiaKannur







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