I visited a Malankara Church once and it thankfully didn't have keyboards. What I can't find on Youtube is a video of a Malankara Liturgy offered in Syriac. I can easily find Syro Malabar but not pre-1962 rubrics except audio.
Yeah, to each his own I guess. I'm not Syrian, not even 0.01%, or from the Middle East at all, so Syriac means absolutely nothing to me. Talk about foreign! I don't know a single word of Syriac. Latin is an understood, daily spoken language by comparison! (I actually did take Latin at the Seminary, but I digress).
My ancestors in Ireland, Germany were Roman Rite, and assisted at the Tridentine Mass, and so that's where I belong.
I should also add that I literally received the Tridentine Mass from my parents, in an unbroken line of Tradition. It's not like I Googled and picked the best pre-Vatican II or Catholic Mass that suited me, was close to me, etc.
For some people, that's all the Tridentine Mass is for them -- maybe their remote ancestors attended Roman Rite, and maybe Roman Rite is what's closest to them -- but in the end, the Tridentine Mass was just the search result they clicked on, or their CHOSEN OPTION for keeping the Faith. I don't intend to offend anyone here, I'm just stating facts: Some people come to Tradition on their own, like a dead branch having to be grafted onto the living tree. Others received the grace from God to be formed on that tree. That's all I'm saying.
I would basically have to cut myself off the Roman Rite/Tridentine Mass tree, and then graft myself onto some Eastern Rite tree. The 10 million dollar question: WHY?