3,500 return to their roots

via www.organiser.org published on June 11, 2006

OVER 3,500 people returned home at several home-coming ceremonies held in defferent parts of the country. At a function held in Badaun (Uttar Pradesh) over 3,500 people returned home. They had adopted Christianity about two decades back. They were welcomed by Shri Dilip Singh Judev, former Union Minister and Shri Gopikrishan Kayal, centeral Trustee of VHP by washing their feet. The home-coming ceremony was organised at G.B. Pant college of Kachhala under the banner of Dharma Jagaran Samiti.


 After a yajna, all the people were provided a garland and a janeu each. The other function was held in Ranchi by Sarana Samiti on May 25 in which 50 people belonging to 14 families returned to their roots. Shri Dilip Singh Judev washed their feet and welcomed them in Hinduism. Another home-coming ceremony was held in Jaunpur (Uttar Pradesh) on May 31 in which 26 people belonging to six families returned home. Shri Gopikrishan Kayal pointed out that another home-coming ceremony is scheduled in the month of June in Badaun in which over 25,000 people are expected to return home.

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