Hindi in Oman


The Hindi were originally from India, but many have migrated out to neighboring countries, such as Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, and others. One distinct thing about the Hindi is the caste system, which divides the people into cultural groups. The highest group is the Brahmins,the priests and scholars; followed by the Kshatriyas, the rulers and warriors; the Vaisyas, the merchants and professionals; and finally the Sudras, the laborers and servants.* The majority of the Hindi practice Hinduism, which is considered more of a way of life than a religion.

Alt Text Engagement — What’s Happening Now

The church is being planted in Oman, and there are plans to expand further into Oman, as well as into the neighboring countries in the area.

Join in the effort to reach the Hindi in Oman.


Sustainability — The Bigger Story

The Hindi in Oman are still considered 0.0% Evangelical, so the need is great for the Gospel to continue to spread.


Partnership — Move Beyond

– Pray that the Lord will open up the door for the Gospel to come into the lives of the Hindi in Oman

– Pray for God to call willing servants to minister the Gospel to the Hindi in Oman

– Pray for the development of a strong national church

– Pray for the power of the Holy Spirit to fall upon the Hindi in Oman

– Pray for the government leaders to be receptive to the Gospel coming into Oman

– Pray for the believers in Oman to share the Gospel with boldness and authority

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* = Joshua Project 2015

Andrew ForsmanHindi in Oman