Saturday, June 15, 2024


Tribal Conversions by Christian Missionaries

Christianity, conversion & Jharkhand

Christian missionaries arrived in today’s Jharkhand in 1865. As per the 2011 census of India, the majority are in Simdega district followed by Khunti. [2011 – 1418608 (4.30%)]

Parampara of the indigenous is the future of humanity

From the Changpas of Ladakh to Todas of Tamil Nadu, from Apatanis of Arunachal Pradesh to Bhils of Gujarat, all have one thread in common and that is human lives guided by nature’s priorities, if not for their ability to carry out scientific traditions in terms of agriculture to house building, we would have lost a sustainable method of achieving sustainable development.

Why & who are propagating tribals as not-Hindu?

It is being argued that in the run-up to the 2021 census, tribals are not Hindu, so it should be recognized as a separate religion.

Tribals- The new target of breaking India forces

It is a major handiwork of the Christian missionaries and other breaking India forces with active support from various political parties and state governments, silently a mass movement is taking place to separate the tribals from Hindudom.

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