Missionary activity details - as told by Swami Lakshmananda Saraswati, who was recently killed in Orissa by miscreants backed by alleged Christian Missionary[Ref].
In Orissa, with Christian numbers increasing, they forcefully took away Hindu girls and forced the neo-converts to eat beef. They set several temples on fire. Birupakhya Mahadev´s temple or temple at Malarimaha or Ashram at Rupagoan, the Christians conspired to set them on fire. They threw mortal remains of cows on mandirs. Kondh tribal´s Goddess Dharani Mata´s places of worship in several villages were dishonoured. The sacred sword at a temple at Bramhanigaon was forcibly taken away by the converts who melted the sword in public and prepared their weapons with that looted material.
In fact one entire village was converted to Christianity. They serve medicines claiming it to be the prasad of Jesus. After gaining confidence of the converts on a large scale, they cheat the people. Church is rearing many boys and girls in their orphanages. In the last so many decades the children who have grown up in such orphanages. There is an allegation that they are sold at a price to foreign nationals.
The Kandh tribal community treats trees as their God. They do not cut forests out of fear viewings it as Adharma. But Christian Padres on their own cut one tree after the other saying that worshippers of Jesus can cut trees and no harm comes to them.
Congress Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha, Radhakanta Nayak is being projected as the leader of the Christians in the locality; what is being consciously hidden from public gaze is that this Christian also heads World Vision in India. World Vision is notorious for pumping money into India for religious conversion and their shenanigans in the conversion industry in the aftermath of the tsunami is well-known but equally well hidden from public discourse. In a known incidence, a lady who was Annalakshmi before tsunami was converted and named as Anna Marie after tsunami. World Vision is one of the top donors to NGOs in India and World Vision India one of the top ten recipients of funds for Christian missionary activity.
In Chennai an insolent ugly church is fast coming up right opposite the revered Pamban Swamy temple in Besant Nagar, Chennai. This church was until not long ago only a small thatched roof prayer house which came up overnight in a predominantly Hindu locality. This is the modus operandi of Churches and Christians of all denominations — put up a small prayer house in the middle of a Hindu locality, close to a temple and after a few years of missionary activity, transform the prayer house into a big church. Foreign money is being pumped into churches in India to erect insolent symbols of the church in a systematic way.