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The converted were sometimes referred to as "government Christians."During the upheaval of the Napoleonic Wars, Britain was able to take Ceylon in 1796.
When he chose Buddhism over Christianity, he took the name Dharmapala, which means "protector of the dharma," and the title Anagarika, "homeless one." He did not take full monastic vows but lived the eight Uposatha vows daily for the rest of his life.In 1880 Gunananda was joined by an unlikely partner -- Henry Steel Olcott (1832-1907), a New York customs lawyer who had given up his practice to seek the wisdom of the East.Olcott also traveled throughout Ceylon, sometimes in the company of Gunananda, distributing pro-Buddhist, anti-Christian tracts.In 1866, a charismatic young monk named Mohottivatte Gunananda (1823-1890) challenged the Christian missionaries to a great debate. He had studied not only the Christian scriptures but also rationalist writings of the West that criticized Christianity.He had already been traveling around the island nation calling for a return to Buddhism and attracting thousands of rapt listeners.