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21 families who converted to Kenwat Society in Korba returned home after washing their feet – Korba News: 21 families who converted from Kenwat Society in Korba returned home after washing their feet.News WAALI

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The people of Korba Nishad Kenwat Samaj came to know about the conversion. 43 families of Kenwat caste living in Salora and Bisanpur villages were converted under the influence of Christian missionaries. After community initiative and awareness, 21 family members who were washed away by community people returned home. He was transplanted two years ago saying that the disease was cured. Along with returning home, he gave a message to the community not to convert by committing any frauds.

The Nishad Kenwat community in Chhattisgarh has a population of around four lakhs. 25 thousand people of Kenwat community live in Korba district alone. Samaj district general secretary Santosh Kenwat said that out of 450 families living in Salora and Bisanpur, 43 families have converted. Such a large number of conversions was very worrying. The community is working hard to stop this at Chhattisgarh level. It started with Korba. Salora Unit Social Meeting Organized Hanuman Mandir Sangam Meeting. The officers of Churi, Katghora, Bisanpur, Chaitma, Amaldiha, Darra Bhanta, Kendai, Podi Upora Kachar and Korba were included in it. During this time 21 families who converted went back to their homes and were cheated by the authorities. On this occasion, President Ajit Kaivert strongly condemned the conversion and said that the Kenwat community has been following Hinduism since its inception. He said that if the society’s culture is manipulated, it will not be tolerated. The missionaries themselves remove the churches built in the village, otherwise the affected village and district bodies are forced to take important measures. Efforts will soon be made to bring the rest back to the society. The people of the community extended a warm welcome to the returning convert families.

Purification and purification are ancient practices of India

Purification and homecoming are ancient practices. India’s history is also full of incidents of purges. Swami Dayanand made a revolutionary effort to revive the ancient rituals and bring the lost brothers back to Hinduism. Kenwat, the president of the society, said that by following this age-old tradition, the society has brought its brothers and sisters to the society. This trend will continue. Various units of the society also conduct campaigns against religious conversion by visiting villages. Also, the people of the society will be made aware so that they don’t fall into any kind of temptation.

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Prohibition of alcohol in social functions

In this meeting, the people of the society were called to stay away from drugs. Also it has been decided that no person in the society should drink alcohol at home during weddings, shashtis, daskaras, weddings etc. He called upon the society to ban and stay away from drugs. Explaining to the people, he said that the society as well as the family will develop due to drugs.

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