The Source of Life by Dave and Wendy H.

The Shengzha Nosu Yi of Sichuan, China, were once vicious warriors and slave owners, the last people group to come under Chinese rule in 1956. They have their own religion known as Bimoism. Very few Nosu believe in Jesus, and there is no contextualized evangelistic media in their language and culture. Last year, Create International…

Sudanese Arabs

Sudanese Arabs Sudanese Arabs are the Arabic-speaking majority population of Sudan. They are predominantly Muslim and most of them speak the Sudanese Arabic dialect. In common with much of the rest of the Arab world, in Sudan the gradual acculturation into Arab culture, custom, language and identity, a process called Arabization, led to the predominance…

Bhojpuri Bihari

Bhojpuri Bihari India, the world’s second most densely populated nation (after China), is rapidly approaching one billion inhabitants. It is here that more than 40 million Bhojpuri Bihari can be found. They live primarily in the Northeastern region of India, in the state of Bihar. Ironically, the name “Bihar” is derived from a term that…

Kongri Dogri

Kongri Dogri Dogra are an ethno-linguistic group in India and Pakistan. Their population is nearly 4 million. Being a diversified group, the Dogras include both savarnas such as Brahmins, Rajputs, Vaishyas and non-savarnas.  Dogra Rajputs ruled Kashmir from the 19th century, when Gulab Singh was made Governor General of Kashmir by the Sikh Emperor Maharaja…

Kannauji

Kannauji The 11.3 million Kanauji (also known as the Western Hindi) are located mainly in the state of Uttar Pradesh. They speak an Indo-Aryan language called Braj Kanauji. Little is known about their specific lifestyle and culture. The Kanauji are 99.5% Hindu and follow the basic Hindu customs and traditions. In marriage they are strictly…

Bundelkhandi

Bundelkhandi The 15 million Bundelkhandi are located mainly in Madhya Pradesh and in the Jalaun, Jhansi, Hamirpur, and Banda districts of Uttar Pradesh. They speak an Indo-Aryan language, but little is known about their specific lifestyle and culture. The Bundelkhandi are 95% Hindu and follow the basic Hindu customs and traditions. Most Bundelis are farmers…

Bangri

Bangri The 18 million Bangri are located mainly in the states of Haryana, Karnataka, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, and Delhi. Their language, Bangaru, is a member of the Indo-Aryan language family. The Bangri are almost all Hindus, following the basic Hindu customs and traditions. Many of the Bangri live in Haryana. Most of the…