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Tanti (Hindu traditions) of India
The Tanti people are found across the northeastern portion of India. They are said to have originated as weavers, providers of cloth, back in history as far as ancient Bengal. Not too long ago, virtually every home would have had a loom and cloth present. Today, much of their trade has been taken over by factory production and imported goods. They are considered among the lower castes of India.
The Tanti community speaks over 15 languages, residing in 30 states of India. Reaching them with the Gospel of Christ will require a multi-pronged approach.
Several church planting projects will likely be needed to communicate with this widely dispersed community.
Pray for the few followers of Jesus among the Tanti people, that they will live a life worthy of the calling they have received, being patient, bearing with one another in love.
The Tanti community has a great need for clean water to help with sanitation issues. Since so much of this group is found in rural India, they do not have ready access either to sanitation or medical facilities.
"I will praise you, O Lord, among the nations; I will sing of you among the peoples." Psalm 108:3
|People Name:||Tanti (Hindu traditions)|
|Online Audio NT:||Yes|
|Christ Followers:||Few, less than 2%|