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How do I convert from Hinduism to Christianity legally?
Make contact with a local church and go about the process of getting baptized. Attend church functions and develop a relationship with local religious leaders or fellow Christians. Remember that you can also maintain some of your Hindu beliefs throughout this process, if so desired.
What is the most popular Indian religion?
According to the 2011 census, 79.8\% of the population of India practices Hinduism, 14.2\% adheres to Islam, 2.3\% adheres to Christianity, 1.72\% adheres to Sikhism, 0.7\% adheres to Buddhism, and 0.37\% adheres to Jainism.
Who spread Christianity in India?
The Saint Thomas Christians have also been nicknamed such due to their reverence for Saint Thomas the Apostle, who is said to have brought Christianity to India. The name dates back to the period of Portuguese colonisation. They are also known, especially locally, as Nasrani or Nasrani Mappila.
Why are we converting from Hinduism to Christianity?
We have come together to convert to Christianity to save ourselves. We have all practiced Hindu faith for generations since it was mandatory, but today the country is secularized and Hindu faith cannot save us. Those who torment and who humiliate us are Hindus like us.
Can the Hindu faith save us?
We have all practiced Hindu faith for generations since it was mandatory, but today the country is secularized and Hindu faith cannot save us. Those who torment and who humiliate us are Hindus like us. By being named untouchables we are judged from the bottom down.
How many people converted to Hinduism in Kerala in one year?
People who embraced Hinduism constituted 47 per cent of religious conversions in Kerala during the one-year period under reference. Of the total 506 people who registered their change of religion with the government, 241 were those who converted from Christianity or Islam to Hinduism.
Can a Dalit convert to Hinduism?
As per the rule, people who officially change their religion, including minors, have to advertise it in the gazette. 72\% of the new converts to Hinduism were Dalit Christians, mostly Christian Cheramars, Christian Sambavas and Christian Pulayas. It was evident that lack of reservation benefits forced many Dalit Christians to re-embrace Hinduism.