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Gospel Recordings Association India

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GRA is a mission organization that records Gospel messages on cassette tapes for non-literate people groups who otherwise might not hear the Gospel.

Click here to find languages spoken and recordings available in India.

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Phone: +91 80 2558 4519

Prayer focus- India - The Paharias of Jharkhand

The Paharia people group have been the focus of GRN recordist Swapan Roy's latest language recordings in India. Read his exciting report.

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Global Recordings Network in India

"... the goal of Global Recordings Network is to make the gospel message available and accessible because it is spoken by someone 'at home' in the dialect."

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Survey work in Assam, NE India

"Out of nowhere, a person came in on a motorbike and stared at us. For a moment I thought he was either an 'underground', or a police man. He asked us lot of questions."

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Using the recordings in India

"I returned to the work in the Chandag Leprosy Home, Pithoragarh, UP and took a gramophone and records in Hindi and Urdu and the only one available in the Kumaoni dialect, with me. These records were played over and over again to the patients and were a very real blessing not only to the inpatients but also to the outpatients who came."

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Project Tailenders: "Tailenders" are the smallest and most isolated language groups, with less than 50,000 people, to whom the Gospel has never been proclaimed. There are about 1500 such language groups in India. By virtue of their smallness, they rarely qualify to be on anyone's priority list.

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