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Man found reading Bible at Tirupati

Man found reading Bible at Tirupati

Tirupati: An unidentified man was found reading the Bible, which he was carrying at Vishnu Nivasam, TTD pilgrim complex, located opposite to Railway station here on Sunday. According to sources, some devotees resting on the spacious veranda on the ground floor noticed the man sitting next to them reading the Bible and objected it, only [...]

May 26, 2016 HHR Archives, India 0

8 lakh Hindus converted every year: VHP general secretary

8 lakh Hindus converted every year: VHP general secretary

GUWAHATI: At a time when religious conversion has emerged as one of the controversial topics, the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) national general secretary, Y Raghavulu, has once again stirred the hornet’s nest with his claim that every year over eight lakh Hindus are being converted to other religions. On the sidelines of a function organized [...]

January 15, 2016 HHR Archives, India 0

Jesus: The Proto-Image for Pseudo-Theology (What does this mean to Hinduism?)

Jesus: The Proto-Image for Pseudo-Theology (What does this mean to Hinduism?)

With the globalization of an obscure sect that existed within Judaism, the Christian Bible has become one of the most studied and research texts in modern history.  Yet, despite numerous generations of scholars pouring over the compendium of Biblical writings, there remains numerous questions about the life of Jesus.  Most notable his life from age [...]

June 11, 2015 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

Video : Indian Christian Evangelical Church Gathering At Mental Asylum ?

Video : Indian Christian Evangelical Church Gathering At Mental Asylum ?

Victims of Christian Missionaries and what could happen to India [...]

July 5, 2014 HHR Archives, HHR Videos 0

Christian missionaries harm India

Christian missionaries harm India

Christian missionaries have become increasingly visible and controversial in India. As I grew up as a Christian, I would like to share my observations from a personal angle. When it comes to religion, I noticed that Indians tread cautiously. Care is taken ‘not to offend the sensibilities’ of the followers of other religions. Well, I [...]

October 9, 2013 HHR Archives, India 1