How to get rid of the word ‘Orthodox’ in India

As far as I know, there is no word in India which denotes ‘Ortho-Christian’ in any way.

The term ‘Orthan’ has been in use for at least 200 years and it has been used for some time now.

The word ‘Christian’ is a contraction of the term ‘Christian’, so it is a very generic term.

In the West, there are a number of different terms for this type of religion.

Some of these are ‘Athanasian’, which means a follower of the Christ, some of these religions call themselves ‘Christs’, some call themselves “Orthodox”, some call it ‘Christianity’.

So, I think the word should be changed to ‘Orthus-Christian’, or ‘OrTHo-Christians’.

That would be the better term for the movement in India.

In fact, this movement has also been called the ‘Orthur-Christian movement’.

So this is a movement that has been going on for over 200 years.

It is not an orthodox Christian movement, and it is not part of the Catholic Church, nor is it part of any of the other Christian sects.

The movement has its own brand of Christianity, its own language and its own history.

I think it is important that people who want to get out of the ‘orthodoxy’ in the name of the religion, which is the Church, should be aware of this movement and its history.

And there are certain parts of this history that we have to accept.

For example, if you look at some of the history of the Roman Catholic Church in India, it is pretty traumatic.

It was a time of massive persecution, and you have a very clear picture of how the Church has responded to persecution.

But there is also a very different history in the Hindu-Muslim world, and so I think we need to look at these two sides of history and try to understand what the Hindu tradition is all about.

This is a part of our story, and I think people should be careful about how they choose to view it, because they might end up getting into trouble for it.

If you look carefully at the history, it has an enormous number of parallels with the Christian tradition.

There are some important things in there, such as the baptism of Jesus, which has been part of Hindu tradition for thousands of years, and the role of the priests in the baptismal ceremony.

So, we have a lot of similarities with Christianity.

We have some very good similarities in our vocabulary and our language.

So there is a lot to be learnt about Hinduism from this movement.

Another very important thing is that the word “Orthos” was used for more than 300 years in the West and there are no modern words for it in Indian.

So we need some modern word to describe it.

So I think there is the possibility that we can come up with a word or two that would capture what this movement is all too well about.

But in my opinion, the word, ‘Ortha’, is not going to do it.

For me, it will be better to say something that will convey the meaning of the movement.

In my view, the movement is not about a specific religious tradition.

It’s not about any particular religion.

The way it’s going about it is just the way it has always been done in India and in the region, and that is the way we have always done it.

And that is also what people should accept.

As far the ‘church’ thing, it’s really a modern term that is used in many places, and many people do accept it as a way of talking about the movement and not necessarily talking about its religion.

So for me, that is not a problem, and there is nothing wrong with that.

The problem is that there is this idea that the church is the one that has an official position and the church should be the one to lead the movement or lead the development of the community.

So that is simply not the case.

There is an alternative.

I am not saying that it is right or wrong.

There has been a very interesting and positive debate about whether it is the church or the ‘Church of India’ or the Indian church.

So let me just make one thing clear: It is the Indian Church that has historically led this movement, not the church of any particular denomination or church, not any particular religious group.

That is the history.

But if you want to know what the movement stands for, it needs to be clear what it stands for.

It has always led this particular movement in a very specific way.

So when you say that the movement has no official position, I can only say this: It has been the Hindu movement for almost 200 years, since it started.

It started as a movement of Hindus against Muslims.

And it has remained that way for more or less 200 years now