Marathi Christians मराठी ख्रिस्ती Marāṭhī Christi; are an ethno-religious community of Indian state Maharashtra. Who were Proselytized during 18th-19th century of British Raj in Bombay Presidency, as a result of Christian missions such as the American Marathi Mission, Church Mission Society and the Church of England's SPG Mission. Most Marathi Christians are Protestants belonging to major Indian Protestant denominations such as the predominant Anglican Church of North India, Marathi Methodist Church, the Salvation Army and several others including significant number of Roman Catholics and Evangelicals. Marathi Christians living in Ahmednagar, Solapur, Nashik, Pune, Aurangabad, Kolhapur and Jalna, Ecumenical cooperation between Catholics and Protestants is generally greater than other comm

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  • Marathi Christians मराठी ख्रिस्ती Marāṭhī Christi; are an ethno-religious community of Indian state Maharashtra. Who were Proselytized during 18th-19th century of British Raj in Bombay Presidency, as a result of Christian missions such as the American Marathi Mission, Church Mission Society and the Church of England's SPG Mission. Most Marathi Christians are Protestants belonging to major Indian Protestant denominations such as the predominant Anglican Church of North India, Marathi Methodist Church, the Salvation Army and several others including significant number of Roman Catholics and Evangelicals. Marathi Christians living in Ahmednagar, Solapur, Nashik, Pune, Aurangabad, Kolhapur and Jalna, Ecumenical cooperation between Catholics and Protestants is generally greater than other communities. Marathi Christians are one of two Christian ethnic communities in Maharashtra, the other group, East Indians, are predominantly Roman Catholics, who were evangelized by Portuguese during 13th-16th Century and are concentrated in coastal Maharashtra, especially Vasai, Thane, Palghar and Mumbai who also speak Marathi language with local dialects. According to the Census of India, there are over a million Christians in Maharashtra constituting 1.5% of the state's population. (en)
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  • Marathi Christians मराठी ख्रिस्ती Marāṭhī Christi; are an ethno-religious community of Indian state Maharashtra. Who were Proselytized during 18th-19th century of British Raj in Bombay Presidency, as a result of Christian missions such as the American Marathi Mission, Church Mission Society and the Church of England's SPG Mission. Most Marathi Christians are Protestants belonging to major Indian Protestant denominations such as the predominant Anglican Church of North India, Marathi Methodist Church, the Salvation Army and several others including significant number of Roman Catholics and Evangelicals. Marathi Christians living in Ahmednagar, Solapur, Nashik, Pune, Aurangabad, Kolhapur and Jalna, Ecumenical cooperation between Catholics and Protestants is generally greater than other comm (en)
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