GHHF Welcomed more than 75 Christian families into Hinduism in Madanapalli in spite of Heavy Rains.

25 Nov 2021 464 Views

Dr Arnold Toynbee (1889 -1975), British Historian said: 

“So now we turn to India. This spiritual gift, that makes a man human, is still alive in Indian souls. Go on giving the world Indian examples of it. Nothing else can do so much to help mankind to save itself from destruction.

Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is very happy to start Ghar Waapsin in Madanapalli in Andhra Pradesh. Realizing the massive effort of Christians to convert innocent Hindus, we approached Sri A. Harish Sharma to go to the Christian community and explain the richness of our culture. He along with other two gentlemen – Kesavalu and Nagaraj, commenced the work. In fact they have been doing this for some time. With our association, they are able to expand their efforts and welcome about 75 Christian families back to Hinduism.

                The original name of Madanapalli was “Maryada Ramanna Puram”. Officially the name was changed to Madanapalli in 1850. Rabindranath Tagore translated “Jana Gana Mana” into English and set the music in Madanapalli at Besant Theological College which was established by Dr Anne Besant. Sri Jiddu Krishna Murti, a philosopher was from this village. Similarly, Sri M also hailed from Madanapalli.

Sri A. Harish Sharma was born and raised in Madanapalli. From childhood he was very much interested in Sanatana Dharma. One day, his friend and classmate, Deen Dayal Reddy took him to RSS Karyalaya and explained their work. Whenever he was passing through Bus Station and other focal points, whenever there was a problem, Muslims and Christians used to come in large numbers and protect their members even though they were wrong. In the case of Hindus, only a handful of them used to come and support their fellow Hindu. It used to make him sad and angry. Then he moved to Hyderabad, and he noticed that the Muslims are always united if they are wrong.

                He started working in a company where they used to look at him strangely for wearing traditional dress and made you feel that western dress is the appropriate way to dress. He quit the job and went around looking for a job. He went to Venkata Ramana colony and went and saw Saraswathi Veda Patasala and joined as Acharya. He realized one day no Brahmin could enter Owaisi Puram. If they go to that section of the city, they throw stones at them. Then one day he went to Surat in Gujarat where there is more unity among Hindus.

                He realized that there is a lot of discrimination among Hindus themselves. Dalits are not being treated properly. Thus, many of them are being allured by Christians. He went to Warangal, where he noticed that even Hindus do not support their own people. In the name of secularism, they try to support Muslims even though they force some Temples not to worship. When a Hind was killed by Muslims, secularists did not take any action against Muslims. Government looks the other way.

                He started realizing how Christians have been converting Hindus and what kind of allurements they offer, how they convince the people who are sick, how they loan money to the needy with intention of converting and other tactics. Similarly, Muslims used to say that they are going to convert India into an Islamic country.

                He realized soon that if Hindus do not get united, we will lose the country to other religions. If we look at what is happening in West Bengal, it is time for Hindus to wake up. Hindus are not realizing the potential danger. He is praying Lord Hanuman on a regular basis to protect our country from Muslim terrorism and Christian Conversion menace. In August he came in contact with Global Hindu Heritage Foundation and started realizing the importance of Ghar Waapasi. Since that time he has been working closely with GHHF.

                He is trying to talk about the richness of Sanatana Dharma and how our culture survived so many centuries in spite of more than ten centuries of foreign rule. Then slowly talking to the Christians and explaining the reasons Christians are after Hindus to convert. It is like business for them. More people they convert the more money they make. He tried to point out that once they are converted, they must pay ten percent of their income to the Church. That money the Pastor uses to live in mansions and live a very luxurious life. The pastors go around the villages and convert innocent Hindus by observing their weaknesses, needs and health problems.  



We appreciate it if you can help in hiring more people who can go to these villages to do Ghar Waapasi. We have employed twenty 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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