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Churches Built in Post-Colonial India

After independence, many in the newborn nation of India were determined to find a unique architectural language and break away from the styles of the colonizers. The Church of Malabar Syrian Catholics in Kerala built its churches to reflect this desire. “It seems to me that the Syro-Malabar Church wanted to find a new identity by employing an architectural style that was no longer neo-baroque or classical, as in colonial times,” said German photographers Stefanie Zoche and Sabine Haubitz. [Read more].

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