The Sikhs

There are about 25 million Sikhs in the world composed of 92 peoples, who follow Sikkhism: Most are unevangelised: They usually wear a turban under which is a topknot of long hair by which they believe they will be hoisted up to heaven! Here is one typical people: Tarkhan (Sikh traditions) in IndiaContinue reading “The Sikhs”

Christian Families Summoned, Beaten and Threatened with Death in Chhattisgarh, India

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Animists forbid Christians to take body for Christian burial in Bastar District, Chhattisgarh, India. (Morning Star News) India (Morning Star News) – Animists in central India last week told five Christian families they would lose their harvest lands unless they returned to their tribal religion and beat them when…

Pray the Lord of the harvest.

Yadav Gualbans (Hindu traditions) in India pronounced: YAH-dahv gwahl-BANSThe Gualbans are one of the Yadav communities who traditionally did cattle raising. They raised cattle, sold the milk, and were honored in this land where cattle were sacred. The Gualbans Yadavs still have fairly high status, and most own land. Some have been elected into publicContinue reading “Pray the Lord of the harvest.”

Yet another unreached people in India

In western Europe we have had the gospel and generally it is now rejected-these people have, for the most part, never heard it. Do you care enough just to quickly petition the Lord of the harvest to send them labourers?  Unreached of the Day: Mahratta Kunbi in India  From Joshua Project on 2020-04-18  Mahratta Kunbi in India pronounced:Continue reading “Yet another unreached people in India”

Christian Beaten into Coma by Tribal Animists in Odisha State, India

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Kama Sodi before his wife after animist villagers beat him in Odisha state, India. (Morning Star News) India (Morning Star News) – A young mother and her two children were staring at her husband as he lay unconscious after a mob of 60 villagers in eastern India had stormed…

Brahmins India

Brahmins in India number many millions! See All Brahmins Brahmin Kanaujia in India pronounced: BRAH-min kuh-NO-gee-ah People Name: Brahmin Kanaujia Population: 4,145,000 Language: Hindi Primary Religion: Hinduism Bible: Complete Audio NT (FCBH): Yes Audio Recordings: Yes Christ Followers: Few, less than 2% Status: Unreached Progress Level: The Kanaujia or Kanyakubja Brahmins receive their name fromContinue reading “Brahmins India”

Blind leaders of the blind!

What Christ said of the scribes and Pharisees of his day applies to these gurus in India! Gosain in India pronounced: guh-SINEThe Gosain are traditionally a community of homeless, wandering ascetics who have renounced material pleasures to become sadhus (saints), and who live by collecting alms and looking after temples. However, many have now turnedContinue reading “Blind leaders of the blind!”

India: Christian Leader in Madhya Pradesh Run Over by Motorcycles

CHURCH LEADER ISAAC PAULOSE IN HOSPITAL AFTER ATTACK IN SEHORE, MADHYA PRADESH STATE, INDIA. (MORNING STAR NEWS) (Morning Star News) – Violence against Christians in India hit a new level on Tuesday (March 3) when Hindu extremists ran their motorcycles over a key evangelical leader after beating him, sources said. Armed with bamboo rods andContinue reading “India: Christian Leader in Madhya Pradesh Run Over by Motorcycles”

Yet another Indian people-unreached.

Dusadh Bahelia in India pronounced: doo-SAHT bah-HEH-lee-ahThe Dusadh (or Dosadh), live on the west coast of India. They were litter carriers long ago. The community is largely employed as village watchmen and messengers. They say that Robert Clive’s army was comprised mostly of Dusadh. The Dusadh were known for their criminal behavior, looting and robbingContinue reading “Yet another Indian people-unreached.”

Unreached people-DHANUK

Please pray God will save some of these folk! Dhanuk in India pronounced: dah-NOOK The Dhanuk build their houses in clusters in the river basins and on the edges of forests. They are occupied with fishing and animal husbandry, and many earn their livelihood by working as agriculture laborers and household servants. Dhanuks believe inContinue reading “Unreached people-DHANUK”