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 ISKCON is building Dharmic schools in Janjatiya areas to fight the Conversion mafia

It is not unknown that Christian Missionaries mainly target Janajatiya areas for their conversion project. Many such areas of North-Eastern Bharat are already fully converted. But, now an organisation backed by ISKCON is taking important steps in ground level that can stop the conversion mafias. 

India Tribal Care Trust, an NGO, has been building schools in Janjatiya dominated areas of North-Eastern states. The organisation has been opening free coaching centres also. In those schools, small children are given books, education, dharmic traditions and clothing, all free.

As the villages are situated in remote hill areas, surrounded by forests, very few schools are there. Janajatiya people remained deprived from better education and other facilities. Taking that as an advantage, Christian Missionaries run their campaign to convert them. But, for the past many years, no dharmik organisation cared for them. 

But, in the last few years, India Tribal Care Trust, backed by ISKCON, has been building ‘Pathshala’ in Janjatiya dominated areas of North-Eastern states like Assam and Tripura. Small children are receiving free education in a dharmic atmosphere.

Recently, two renowned Sadhus from ISKCON, Radharaman Das Prabhu and Amogh Lila Das went to visit those dharmic schools. They visited several such schools, situated among forests and hill areas of Assam and Tripura. Such schools can fight against the conversion of Christian Missionaries, hoped Amogh Lila Das Prabhu. 

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