Quite often attached to the symbols of hindouism, which remains without question the major religion of the country, India is very much synonymous with sadhus dressed in saffron colors, temples with floating incense and terrifying, although attractive, representations of Shiva, Ganesh and Vishnu. However, the South of India offers a whole other setting, surprising as it is so different with the rest of the country. Here, biblical proverbs are posted up on the building facades, coloured representations of Jesus and Mary flicker, suspended on the public buses's rear view mirrors; here, they are Christian and they assert it. This is the cultural and religious reality of Kerala and Goa states. Old Portuguese counters, the Europeans transmitted their faith ever since the XVth century. Throughout our trip in southern India, we painted a broad picture of this Christian India, in total contrast with the hindouist majority of the country.