This book contains an in-depth knowledge regarding primal religious traditions especially the Kuravas Malanada religious tradition, the foremost religious tradition that existed in Travancore (Kerala). This study revealed that primal religious tradition has been disintegrating centuries over centuries in many ways. Ultimately, lost their land and property that belonged to their worship centers. They also lost their ethnic identity, cultural heritage, economic power and socio-political identity connected to their religious traditions. The writer's intention is to explore the contribution of subaltern religious traditions that help the generation to re-visit their religious tradition and re-affirm their faith expression. This study also focused on the concept of religious colonization and its challenges today.