Tag Archives: Ethnic group

Whiter than snow

Psalm 51:7   wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Dhobi is the name for a person who washes clothes in India.  It is also the name of a people group.  Though the majority of the Dhobi are … Continue reading

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Chamar of Gujarat

The Chamar are among the largest untouchable people groups in India; untouchable because of their traditional occupation of tanning leather.  To be untouchable, according to Indian-Hindu tradition, is to be undesirable, or unworthy of any sort of consideration or provision … Continue reading

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See the fields

The Lohana are a people group who, though they originated in Pakistan, settled in Gujarat several hundred years ago. They are traditionally Hindu, with a strong village counsel that cares for the poor and is involved in education.  While there … Continue reading

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Ask

James 4:2, “You do not have because you do not ask.” Today, ask.  Ask God to give us Gujarat.  Ask for souls to be won and lives to be changed.  Ask for understanding among the people and boldness among the … Continue reading

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