The Mangalorean Catholic community in Mangalore flourished during the regime of Tipu's father, Hyder Ali.
Soon after Tipu inherited the territory in January 1784, he issued orders to seize the Christians in Canara, confiscate their estates, and deport them to Seringapatam. Twenty thousand Christians died during the journey from Mangalore to Seringapatam.
Of the 60,000–80,000 Christians taken captive, only 15,000–20,000 both made it out alive and retained their original faith.
The episode had a deep impact on the Literature of Mangalorean Catholics.
The Captivity of Mangalorean Catholics at Seringapatam (1784–1799) was a 15-year imprisonment of Mangalorean Catholics and other Christians at Seringapatam in the Indian region of Canara by Tipu Sultan, the de facto ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore.
Daivajna diaspora started using village names after their first names to distinguish themselves from other communities.
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This temple is situated on the banks of River Kumaradhara, which originates in the Kumara Mountains is also a delight to watch.
In this large temples interior lie sacred idols of various Gods and beautiful statues of Lord Subramanya, the main deity of the temple.
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