They also threatened to burn down any bookstores stocking such “vulgar” material.
Sikhs, Hindus and Christians in Afghanistan fear for their lives under Taliban rule.
More outrage followed after a member of India's National Commission for Women blamed the deceased for the crime.
Police in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh have arrested Muslim men under the anti-conversion law, even as families insisted that the relationships were consensual.
Trending hashtag #BoycottAmazon makes a 2020 reappearance.
As Hindu right-wing outfits demand a crackdown on interfaith unions, the larger story of a woman abused and murdered has been sidelined.
Critics of the ad accused it of promoting “love jihad”, an Islamophobic conspiracy theory. The company called the outrage saddening.
There were around 200,000 Sikhs in Afghanistan before the start of the conflict in 1979
While one right-wing outfit wants February 14 to be dedicated to Indian martyrs, other fringe organisations continue the tradition of beating up couples and burning V-Day cards.
He believes that the idols should be treated like minors and thus given citizenship under Section 5(4) of the Citizenship Amendment Act.