South Asian Unengaged Peoples

The Raji of India, numbering only 650, are a very disadvantaged and oppressed people group. They speak the Rawat language and practice Hinduism. They are hunters traditionally and have a strong connection to the forest. As a result, they sell things made from wood, such as wooden bowls and tools. There are many types of outcasts mentioned in Scripture such as a leper, tax collector, foreigner, paralytic, and more. Pray that like these outcasts, the Raji will find acceptance with God through belief in Christ Jesus.