I arrived here around sunset time. This place is close to the International Pak-India border. It is heaven on earth. Its all lush green. Fields are all ready with golden wheat.....The beautiful nature attracts your attention and makes you to sing songs of praise and worship.
Christians form 1.1% of the total population in Punjab, India. Sikhs form the majority in the state. John Lowrie and William Reed were missionaries who went there in 1834. The Diocese of Amritsar of the Church of North India has its seat in Punjab as does the Roman Catholic diocese of Jalandhar. There are thousands of settlements with a Christian congregation. From 1881 to 1891 the Christian population of the then still united Punjab increased rapidly.
Denominations: United Churches of North India (UCNI), Protestant Church, Methodist Church, Presbyterian Church, Roman Catholic Church, Eternal Light Ministries, Kashmir Evangelical Fellowship, the Pentecostal MissionThe Capuchins came in here around 1978. They did a lot of evangelizing work. There are villages where the capuchins have preached the Gospel and today the fruits are seen. In this place there are about 600 Catholic families well rooted in faith and catholic traditions.