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  • Over one billion in populations.   

  • 330 million gods/goddesses.         

  • 800 million people live in the villages.

  • 5,00,000 villages do not have even 1 Christian.

  • The greatest number of unreached people groups.

  • 3% are Christians but in North India only 0.14% are Christians.

  • 46% of the people live below the poverty line.

  • 48% of the people are illiterate.

  • 1,652 languages.

  • 4635 people groups.

  •  70% live in the villages.

One of the least evangelized nations of the world.




North India comprises the twelve northern Indian states of: Punjab (pop: 20 million), Uttar Pradesh (140 million), Himachal Pradesh (6 million), Haryana (17 million), Delhi (Capital, 12 million), Rajasthan (50 million), Orissa (50 million), Bengal (70 million), Madhya Pradesh (70 million), Jammu and Kashmir (8 million), Gujarat (44 million), and Bihar (88 million). The total population of North India is 575 million people. This is a region with enormous needs, where the majority of India's population is concentrated, and where the poorest and the most illiterate of India's people live. One result of this gross poverty is disease and a rate of infant mortality that is among the highest in the world. There are high percentage of racial disharmony, political disarray, and natural disaster in the region. 

It is also a religious stronghold of major religious groups such as Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists and Sikhs. Two of the main Hindu gods have their origins here, and also as the Gautama Buddha. The Ganges River, which flows through Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, is dotted with shrines and temples. Many millions of people throngs to the river Ganges to drink its water for cleansing and forgiveness of their sins.