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Tuesday, October 4, 2022

A Hindu recounts how she escaped the “healing” drama in a Delhi Church that ended in abuse of Hindu deities

Around 7-8 years ago, my friend’s cousin took us to Minto Road church in Delhi and told about a “brother” there who healed her paralyzed father. She said whenever you have any problem just call the “brother” and everything will be alright.

I went with her without thinking much. At that time, I had little awareness of these matters. When we entered the church area, of course, it was beautiful in the Lutyens’ Delhi zone, next to the famous school where Shahrukh Khan had studied.

After entering the church, I saw the same “healing” drama was going on that @noconversion always tweets about.

I asked my friend’s cousin what is happening, and she said brother is “taking out Satan, who is causing trouble”. All the women involved in the drama were wearing saris, and a few were wearing suits (salwar-kameez).

I was getting bored, but still I took the number of the “brother” who was well dressed like a gentleman.

When we were coming out, she was admiring the brother, when suddenly a woman came to me and said Yeshu (Jesus) will never forgive you because you “worship monkey”. At first, I couldn’t understand what she was saying.

Then she started mocking Bhagwan Ram, and I understood what’s going on. I just slapped that woman and almost ran out from there, with the other woman also running behind me abusing me.

I just took an auto and came back home, and never talked to that friend’s cousin again. But she kept criticizing me for months. At the time, I was a bit scared for having slapped her, but now I am proud.

(This article has been compiled from the twitter thread tweeted by जागृति (@Hindu_Eternity) with edits to improve readability)

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