South Asian, general in Luxembourg

South Asian, general
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People Name: South Asian, general
Country: Luxembourg
10/40 Window: No
Population: 1,400
World Population: 12,175,500
Primary Language: Hindi
Primary Religion: Hinduism
Christian Adherents: 4.00 %
Evangelicals: 2.00 %
Scripture: Complete Bible
Online Audio NT: Yes
Jesus Film: Yes
Audio Recordings: Yes
People Cluster: South Asia - other
Affinity Bloc: South Asian Peoples
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Introduction / History

There are both Indians and Pakistanis in Luxembourg. In the last thirty years, Indians have been coming to Luxembourg because of the computer industry and because of ArcelorMittal, the biggest steel producer in the world, has its main office in Luxembourg.

What Are Their Lives Like?

Though many Indians work in the computer industry, others work in finance or manage hotels. There are also Indian restaurants. There are cricket clubs in Luxembourg and cricket is the favorite sport amongst South Asians. There are associations involved in charity work for India and for Indian music and the arts. Indian films are available in Luxembourg.

The Pakistanis speak Urdu while the Indians speak Hindi and Tamil. The Luxembourg language, Luxembourgish, is also spoken among them. The Indians have festivals and there is the Indian Association of Luxembourg which teaches Indian children religion and about Indian culture.

What Are Their Beliefs?

The Pakistanis are mainly Muslims while the Indians are mostly Hindus. There is a small number of Christians among the Indians.

What Are Their Needs?

These people need to realize that they cannot please God without being empowered by the Holy Spirit. They cannot have the Holy Spirit without Jesus Christ.

Prayer Points

Pray that Indian believers in Europe will help lead the others to salvation in Christ.

Pray that the South Asians in Luxembourg will be given dreams and visions, leading them to Jesus Christ.

Pray for a movement to Christ among the South Asians in Luxembourg.

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