March 22, 2010
Chaitra Shuddha Saptami, Kaliyug Varsha 5112Gujarat:
As many as 2200 members of 384 families belonging to 23 villages in South Gujarat reconverted to Hinduism leaving Christian religion.
The converts mostly poor tribal rural people participated in reconversion ceremony held at Sutharpada near Kaprada of Valsad district in South Gujarat. The event was organized by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad whose national secretary Mohanbhai Joshi was present here.
Rituals to coming back to Hindu Dharma were performed under guidance of Bharuch based Omkaranada Swami. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad presented each reconverted Hindu a photo of Lord Rama, Mala and a copy of Bhagwad Geeta.
The reconverts said they were converted to Christianity by false promises given by Missionary.
Swami Omkaranandji announced his plan to establish an Ashram in this area hit by Christian Missionary. Vishwa Hindu Parishad Gujarat President Dilip Trivedi, Joint Secretary Lalit Suvakiya, Secretary Niral Patel, Ajit Solanki were present in the function among others. Source: Desh Gujarat
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