The following speaks volumes about Christian conduct in India.
Missionaries were initially hesitant (in the 18 & 19th centuries) to mention about the EUCHRIST WINE to the natives. Instead they mis-represented it as “GRAPE JUICE”. Thus they falsified wine as grape juice. Read the following account from the famous Abbe J.A.Dubois
Quote “In fact, even with our native Christians, we are careful to avoid all that might wound their feelings to no purpose, and increase in the public mind the jealousy and contempt entertained against them, and their religion. For example, as the use of intoxicating liquors is extremely odious to all well-bred Hindoos, and considered by them as a capital sin, when we explain verbally or in writing the sacrament of the eucharist, we are cautious not to say openly that the materials of this sacrament are bread and wine, or charayam, (literally, wine), which would prove too revolting to their feelings; we have therefore the precaution to soften this coarse term by a periphrasis, saying that the materials of the eucharist are wheaten bread, and the juice of the fine fruit called grape; which expressions become more palatable to their taste.”
P. 34, Abbe J.A Dubois,Missionary in Mysore “Letters on the State of Christianity in India”, FIRST PUBLISHED 1823.