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Goriya (Muslim traditions) of Pakistan

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Prayer Month: November 2010
Focus: Central Asia
Country: Pakistan
People Name: Goriya (Muslim traditions)
Population: 1,900
World Population: 18,000
Language: Urdu
Primary Religion: Islam
Progress Status: 1.0
% Adherents : 0.00 %
% Evangelical: 0.00 %
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Goriya (Muslim traditions) of Pakistan

Introduction / History
The young woman sat under the tree with her legs folded under her thinking about how her life was going to change in a few days. Not long ago her father made the decision that she was to marry her cousin. She was not happy about this, but since she is part of the Muslim Goriya community, she had no choices. The family decided who she would marry, where she would go, and what she would do. Maybe it would be all right; perhaps, she would like her new life. Then again, maybe she wouldn't. It did not matter because life did not change for a Goriya woman. She had no control over her future, so why even think about it?

The Goriya people live a simple life as farmers. Christ is missing in the midst of this simple life. There are no believers in their area of Nepal. The Goriya people speak four different languages, but Awadhi is the most common tongue. The New Testament is available in audio and a print version in this language.

Prayer Points
Pray for God to make these resources widely available to the Goriya people. Nothing is impossible with God. Therefore, pray for a spiritual awakening in every Goriya community in Nepal.

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