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Modern day secular and rationalist Keralites use Dinkan to mock organized religion and religious intolerance. According to a report in India Today , Dinkoism [2] was established in in Kerala by a group of rationalists with the intention of ridiculing “the absurdity of blind religious faith”. They organised a variety of entertainments with a theme of tapioca. Produced by Anisa Subedar. At the Kozhikode convention, Dinkoists clad in Dinkan T-shirts throw paper balls at a jackfruit that is seen as the enemy because, in the comic series, it caused the death of a rabbit, who was a prominent Dinkan follower.

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The Indian Administrative Service officer said no worldly cause or vice had led to the scale of death and destruction that has been wrought in the name of God over the centuries. Would they really make a pilgrimage to the convention venue? In April25, Dinkoists were expected to gather for a convention called a “Dinkamatha Maha Sammelanam” to “present their rights as a minority community”. Dinkoism is a new Indian religion whose followers worship a cartoon mouse with superpowers. Retrieved 11 April Retrieved 11 April It did this by caricaturing the vocabulary, rituals and iconography used by established religions.

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In a mock documentary, Amy Watson, a member of the Chicago chapter, explains what Dinkoism is about dinan describes it as dinlan most woman-friendly religion in the world. The religion purports to worship Dinkana comic book character. Dinkoism Dinkan, the supermouse God in dinkoism. Views Read Edit View history. Archived from the original on dikan February Dinkan got his superhero powers after aliens abducted him and conducted some experiments on him.

Somehow Dinkan found himself back in Pankila forest and he decided to use his powers for the well-being of animals in the forest. Retrieved 11 February The comic series ran in ‘Balamangalam’, a children’s magazine, in Kerala from to By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Dinkan worship: Hundreds attend Kerala conclave of mock religion that reveres a superhero mouse

Dinkan was born in Pankila forest, somewhere in KeralaIndia. The rise of Dinkoism, a new Indian religion which worships a cartoon mouse. Dinkan, the supermouse God in dinkoism. Dinkoists are especially outspoken against godmen and practices like faith healing, polygamy, child marriage, patriarchy and oppression of women never mind the fact that that Dinkan is a male deity following in the patriarchal tradition of most major world religions.

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Sat 9 Apr Similar programmes By genre: Dinkoists believe the world was created when Dinkan got bored with eating cassava and laughed out loud. At the Kozhikode convention, Dinkoists clad in Dinkan T-shirts throw paper balls at a jackfruit that is seen as the enemy because, in the comic series, it caused the death of a rabbit, dinkaj was a prominent Dinkan follower.

Many had to return for want of space. That laugh apparently created time dinkzn space.

Of course, most of these are parodies of popular devotional melodies. The idea is to expose the absurdity of most religious beliefs through exaggeration.

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Retrieved 14 April Tamil Nadu chief electoral officer recommends re-polling in 10 booths Lok Sabha elections: According to a report in India TodayDinkoism [2] was established in in Kerala by a group of rationalists with the intention of ridiculing “the absurdity of blind religious faith”. It concluded with Dinkoists dinan to organise similar gatherings in other districts in order to attract more people into the fold.

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