Thirty One Lakh Christian NGOs Receive 51,000 Crore

While the technic of converting Hindus to Christianity was one of trying to pose as scholars of Hinduism,like Max Mueller,Veeramamunivar in Tamil,opening educational institutions in India till recently.

Over the past decade the track has changed, though these old practices exist,albeit on a low key.

What is being done now is to Indianise Christianity,by,

Wearing Thirumangalyam,in Tamil Nadu,

Jesus Suprabhatha,Jesus Sahasranamam,Astotra,

Building Churches modelled after Hindu temples,

Aksharabhyasa,that is of initiating child into education,by making the child write in Rice Grain,

Wearing Saffron dhoties in Church.


And they pose as Brahmins to convert Hindus.

They distort history by outrageous lied like Thirukkural ,the ancient Tamil was written by Thiruvalluvar on the advice of Saint Thomas,who never visited India!

They also propagate that Christ was a Hindu Yogi and his tomb is Kashmir!

When my elder brother expired last year,I received a letter from a Christian institution that they would pray for my brother by coming to our home!

Needless to say that I tore up the letter.

One look at the self styled protectors of Tamil in Tamil Nadu will make aware that they are Christians ,hiding behind pure Tamil Name,like Thirumurugan Gandhi whose real name is Daniel!

And the amount of money available is staggering.

Any issue,in Tamil Nadu,is made political saying it is against Tamils and the poor.

Development programmes are no exception.

Sedition is their staple diet.

What is the source of income for these people?

Many of them do not have a profession or business to support their style of living.

The answer lies in Christian NGOs in India.

There are over *2,34,000 Christian NGOs in India, according to the affidavit filed by CBI in the court.

And only 8 % of them have filed returns!

Appearing for the CBI, additional solicitor general L N Rao told a bench of Justices H L Dattu, R K Agrawal and Arun Kumar Mishra that in West Bengal, there were around 2,34,000 NGOs but only 16,000, that is about 8%, had filed their audited reports on receipt of grants and expenditure.

The court had in September last year entrusted the CBI with the gigantic task of compiling information about all registered NGOs in the country, their funding and audit reports after advocate M L Sharma filed a PIL alleging irregularities in an NGO linked to social activist Anna Hazare.

In an earlier affidavit, the CBI had conservatively estimated the number of NGOs in the country to be over 20 lakh. Uttar Pradesh alone had 5,48,194 NGOs. Kerala had 3,69,137 NGOs, Maharashtra 1,07,797 and Madhya Pradesh over 1,40,000.

While Kerala and Maharashtra gave details of finances of the NGOs operating in their area, Madhya Pradesh gave partial information about their funding. Gujarat was completely silent.

* Figures as on 2014.


The first-ever exercise by the CBI to map registered NGOs has disclosed that India has at least 31 lakh NGOs—more than double the number of schools in the country, 250 times the number of government hospitals, one NGO for 400 people as against one policeman for 709 people….


In Tamil Hindu tradition, Periyanayagi is the name of the consort of Shiva. She is a goddess in her own right and is part and parcel of the vital aspect of Shiva. She is primordial and independently divine. She is Brahman. On the other hand, Mary in Christian theology is not even part of the Holy Trinity. She is only a saint—a rank well below the male deity in Christianity. Saints in Christian theology are sort of divine brokers between the devotee and the Christian deity seeking the mercy of the deity for the devout. Thus, when the Catholic Church allows the use of the name of a Hindu goddess for Mary, it not only appropriates the name of the deity but also downgrades the name in view of the Christian theological context. It is not inclusive culture. It is theology of aggressive spiritual deceit.


Foreign funds received by Christian NGOs in India.

Samarth Bansal.NEW DELHI: 03 AUGUST 2016 01:21 IST

As of July 2016, 33,091 NGOs were registered under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, which regulates foreign funding to these bodies.

A total of 3,068 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) received foreign funding above Rs. 22,000 crore in 2014-15, according to government data presented in response to a question in Parliament.

These are NGOs who reported receiving more than Rs. 1 crore from foreign donors. This amount was 83.3 per cent (nearly double) more than the Rs. 12,000 crore received by 2,301 such NGOs during 2013-14. As much as Rs. 7,300 crore — or 33 per cent of the total — went to NGOs based in Delhi and Tamil Nadu alone.

In fact, 80 per cent of this funding went to NGOs based in seven States — Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and West Bengal.

As of July 2016, 33,091 NGOs were registered under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, which regulates foreign funding to these bodies.

Delhi, T.N. NGOs get chunk of foreign funds

The total funds received from abroad during the last three years and the current year is Rs. 51,000 crore, the Home Ministry said in response to a question in Parliament last week.

“Delhi has always been the top recipient as many international charities are registered in the capital and funds are then passed on to other States. Similarly, Maharashtra figures [high] on the list as many organisations register in Bombay,” Mathew Cherian, Chairperson of Voluntary Action Network India told The Hindu.

Granular data with details of funders and recipients is not available after 2011-12. In that year, the highest foreign contribution was received by the World Vision of India, Tamil Nadu, (Rs. 233.38 crore), followed by the Believers Church India, Kerala (Rs. 190.05 crore), Rural Development Trust, Andhra Pradesh (Rs. 144.39 crore), Indian Society Of Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints, Delhi (Rs. 130.77 crore) and Public Health Foundation of India, Delhi (Rs. 130.31 crore).

Faith-based charities tend to attract more foreign funding, Mr. Cherian said. “Southern States get more foreign money due to the presence of Christian organisations,” he added.



  1. Hello Kaali, No force on earth can stop spreading of Gospel. Because it is the handiwork of God Remember there were only 11 disciples 2020 years ago. Now it is 2.6 billion. This quashed all your allegations against Christianity.


  2. Unfortunate reality. Kind of a sadistic pleasure since ages to intrude into Vedic culture for acknowledgement. Right on todays date we can easily see the pattern of proselytised south India and Islamised north. Why are these 2 abrahamic plasticities competeting to take over Bharath. Biggest blunder after Independence by Hindus was not building a rational argumentative theosophical reading resulting a dark space left to Leftist, anti-hindu Media and historians to distort and weaken the Theosophical connectivity. Younger generation Hindus should atleast now improve a thorough reading to counter attack. Read Think Build Rationale and Argue Head On.


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