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Converted Christians in Telugu-speaking states do gharwapsi and spread awareness about dangers of conversion

Converted Christian individuals in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana who have done gharwapsi and returned to the Hindu fold have taken up the mantle of educating Hindu women about the dangers of predatory conversion tactics employed by what they term the conversion machinery. Their efforts are particularly focused on countering the prevalent notion that “all religions are equal,” which they argue has been detrimental to the Hindu community.

Among these activists is Praveen Kumar, an ex-Christian who has returned to Sanatana Dharma and is actively raising awareness in local communities. In a viral video shared on social media, Kumar highlights the alarming decline in the Hindu population since India’s independence in 1947. He attributes this decline to the belief among Hindus that all religions are equal, contrasting it with the steadfast convictions held by Christians and Muslims about the superiority of their faiths.

Kumar emphasizes the urgent need to dispel this misconception and warns against the consequences of Hindu women being targeted by conversion efforts. He asserts that only those who have experienced Christianity firsthand can effectively educate Hindus about the loopholes exploited by conversion groups.

Praveen Kumar runs a YouTube channel where he creates content that helps spread awareness of missionary tactics and such. He gives rebuttals to pastors’ claims, talks about missionary modus operandi as well.

Despite the pervasive nature of conversions in Telugu-speaking regions, Kumar remains hopeful, urging for more individuals like himself to step forward and safeguard the Hindu community. He believes that through concerted efforts, the tide of conversions can be stemmed.

We had earlier reported about Swami Radha Manohar Das and a few other organisations that have taken it upon themselves to prevent such conversions and also bring back Hindus to the fold, especially among Janjatis.

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