In Jharkhand, there have been instances of missionaries luring tribals and Dalits to convert them. Meanwhile, there have been reports of 181 tribals coming back from Christianity to Hinduism. 104 of 18 families of village Vishrampur Gorayabkhar in Garhwa district, 42 of 7 families of Khunti Tola Karachali village and 35 of 8 families of Mahangai village have returned home.
For this, the program was organized with complete Hindu law. The event was organized by Dharm Jagran and Tribal Suraksha Manch in the village of Saraidih. They all returned home during the tribal convention. Those who return from Christianity to Hinduism, according to tribal tradition, have their feet welcomed Gone. All were sandalwood-vaccinated. The program started with the worship of nature. The women also went to the song. The ‘Baiga Pahans’ duly worshiped.
Women activists welcomed women returning to Hinduism with vermilion. The villagers told that their ancestors had converted to greed and greed and seduction. Many people were present in the program including All India Deputy Commissioner Satyendra of Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram, Province Convenor of Tribal Suraksha Manch Sandeep Uraon, Assistant Province Organization Devanandan, Ayaksha Megha Uraon of Sarna Committee Ranchi, Dharm Jagran Pramukh Shivamurthy.
Jharkhand – 50 people re-adopted Sanatan Dharma in Chatra
Ranchi Just a few days ago, 181 people from 33 families returned home and performed nature worship in a program organized under the aegis of Dharm Jagran and Tribal Suraksha Manch.https://t.co/BTDonyJsli pic.twitter.com/l1zgQO43Cl
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Megha Uraon said that Christian preachers in this area have converted the naïve tribals in many villages. People returning to Hinduism and Sarna community were constantly in contact with their organizations. In the program, he spoke his mind and also expressed happiness. During this time, he expressed happiness at his return to his community and religion and told how his ancestors were converted to Christianity.
Last month, a teenager committed suicide by jumping into a well in Chatra, Jharkhand, because he was saddened by his mother’s conversion to Christianity. The said incident took place in Pannandand Ravidas Tola of Kataiya Panchayat located in Jori Vashisht Nagar police station area, where Kamlesh Das’s 14-year-old son Suraj Kumar Das committed suicide by jumping into a well. Christian missionaries are said to be very active among the tribals in Jharkhand.