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Christian Bhajans: New Realese

Posted by Nelson MCBS on January 6, 2015

Christian Bhajans

Rev Fr Thomas Edayal and Rev Fr Sebastian Thuruthiyil together with Mr Samji Aarattupuzha released a new album of Christian Bhajans named ‘Om Yesu Christhaya Namaha’.

Contacts

Fr Thomas Edayal – +91 9447853283

Fr Saiju Thuruthiyil – +91 9447913526
Email: sthuruthiyil@gmail.com

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One Response to “Christian Bhajans: New Realese”

  1. Lovin Michael said

    Hi,
    My name is Lovin & I’m a Christian by birth, baptized & studied catechism from my church . And I’m living as Christian .
    I’m sending this mail regarding the link from ur website,
    https://nelsonmcbs.wordpress.com/2015/01/06/christian-bhajans-new-realese

    I would like to know,
    1. what is in your Christian Bhajanas ?
    2. And also like to know, what u mean by the name you given to your bhajana ” om yeshu christuthaya nama: ” ?
    3.where this name come from ?
    4. Is this name related to Christianity or Hinduism?
    5. What is Christianity & what is the meaning of sound “om” ?
    6. Is this ” om yeshu christuthaya nama: ” a mimicry or paradi ?

    I’m eagerly waiting for your reply.
    Thank you…

    Like

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