[GHHF] Ghar Waapasi in Agency Area in Visakhapatnam – 87 Christians returned to Hindu Dharma.

17 Apr 2022 761 Views

Loriliai Biernacki is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado in Boulder.
"Likewise, Hinduism's philosophical underpinnings -- the ideas of karma and rebirth, notably – are increasingly pervading American consciousness, and this spread of ideas will increase in the future. This conceptual, indeed cosmological, importation from Hinduism is seeping indelibly into the American psyche. Even a percentage of self-identified Christians have little difficulty incorporating this Hindu notion. 
Global Hindu Heritage Foundation (GHHF) in association with Sri Saidatta Manasa Peetham has been planning to organize this Ghar Waapasi in the Vishakhapatnam area. Sri Sai Datta Manasa Swami and his disciples went to many villages and talked about the richness of our culture knowing that they became Christians not because of the message of the Bible but because of their financial circumstances, health-related issues, deceptive interpretation of Hindu scriptures, and demeaning the multiplicity of Gods and Goddesses.
87 Christian ladies returned to Hindu Dharma in Agency Area
The agency area is located in Kanakapottu village in Paderu Mandalam in Visakhapatnam District. It is a very remote village which is very difficult to even reach. There are two churches in the village. The village split into groups based on political affiliation. Swamiji tries his best to convince them to return to Hinduism. Swamiji welcomed 87 Christian ladies welcomed back to Hinduism. All these ladies used to go to church. On the day Swamiji went they just came out of the Church. He has been talking to them for 3-4 months. But on this day, he spent enough time talking about the nasty, blood, and sexual nature of the Bible and the richness of Sanatana Dharma.  He was able to convince them to come back to their roots. 
    Also,  Hanuman Vigraha was also installed in the village where all the new converts were able to participate in the installation ceremony and receive the blessings.
The Christian Pastore reached these villages a long time ago. Almost all the villages in the Agency area have Churches built or converted houses into Churches. They started working on children enticing them with many incentives like chocolates, pens, pencils, books, and other items. Even though they were not Christians in the beginning the missionaries started demeaning Hinduism, criticizing Hindu Gods, abusing Hindu customs, and creating hatred toward Hinduism. Slowly the Pastors lured them into Christianity.
Sri Sai Datta Mansa Swamy has been visiting this village for more than three months and started talking to you and seeking their help to help the needy. Then he started talking about the difference between Hinduism and Christianity. He emphasized the importance of the scientific nature of our Hindu customs and how our families maintain unity and look at the welfare of all the people irrespective of their religion. He gave several examples of hatred that are found in the Bible and compared them with Hindu scriptures that emphasize love, compassion, and peace.
Sri Swamiji goes to several small villages in the Agency area on a regular basis. Some of the villages cannot be reached by road. They are in remote places and Christians converted some of them. Pastors come to these remote villages once in a while, not on a regular basis. Swamiji visited these villages and talked about the differences between Hindu culture and Christianity. He started off by asking all those assembled Christians to chant Om Namo Narayanaya and Om Namah Sivaya three times in each mantra.
With persistence and determination, Sri Swamiji welcomed 64 Christians back to Hinduism and honored them with Sarees, God’s picture, Kumkum, Turmeric, copper ring, and other items. appropriately inviting them spiritually and by conducting religious ceremonies.
Any rational, objective and logical person would know how an illiterate person who cannot read or write even a single sentence becomes a Christian overnight and throws away the Hindu Gods' pictures and even steps on them to please the pastors. Christian Pastors are the cruelest and most deceptive people waiting like vultures to snatch away the Hindus.
The Bible is full of contradictions and also offensive to humanity irrespective of one’s faith. Sri Swamiji was able to convince the Youth about God’s qualities such as omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent. Hatred as we see in the Bible is not the quality of any God.
We have provided enough information from the Bible about the abuse of idols, how Jesus propagated division in the families, how the churches create fear among the followers, and how it was sexually perverted. Sri Swamiji and his Associates have collected so much information about what is happening in the churches, how they are discriminating against the converted Dalits, how they are made to sit in the back seats, and how they are forced to contribute 10% of their income. They even showed how the Pastors live, their houses, and their lifestyles.
We appreciate it if you can help in hiring more people who can go to these villages to do Ghar Waapasi. We have employed 26 people so far. More people we hire, more villages can be covered to welcome them back and also create Chaitanya (Awareness) among the students and villagers.
1) Donate any amount to help the Dharma Pracharaks to work at the ground level.
2) Sponsor one Pracharak: In order to expand our base and hire one Pracharak, it would cost approximately $3000.00 per year. We have five anonymous donors who sponsored Assistants.
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