Munnur in India

Unreached of the Day  2/13/2021

Munnur in India

pronounced: MOO-nar

The Munnur or Munnuru Kapu have tilled the soil of south India for hundreds of years. Their name means 300. A past king of Hyderabad called for 300 soldiers of this people group to act as his personal bodyguards. In times of war the Munnur served as soldiers in the armies of Andhra Pradesh. In times of peace they went back to the traditional occupation of farming. Today most Munnur continue to practice agriculture. They also raise animals for dairy products and for sale. Some own their own land while others work as laborers on land owned by others.

Ministry Obstacles

Some of the Munnur cannot read so the gospel must be presented in oral or visual form. If some Munnur become believers, their Hindu family members may shun them. The gospel and gospel witnesses need to go first to Munnur community leaders.

Outreach Ideas

The JESUS Film is available in Telegu, the primary language of the Munnur.

Scripture Focus

The Lord is my shepherd; I have all that I need. Ps 23:1

Scripture Prayer

Pray that this people group will be satisfied with the Lord alone and turn to no other god.

Prayer Focus

There are no known believers among the Munnur. Some Bible-believing churches exist where the Munnur live who could give them the good news about Jesus. * Pray that the Munnur would hear and respond positively to the claims of Christ. * Pray that God would move workers to live in Munnur villages and help them meet their spiritual and physical needs. * Pray the Lord sends Indian believers to share the good news of Christ with the Munnur.

People Name Munnur
Country India
10/40 Window Yes
Population 853,000
World Population 853,000
Language Telugu
Primary Religion Hinduism
Bible Complete
Online Audio NT Yes
Jesus Film Yes
Audio Recordings Yes
Christ Followers Few, less than 2%
Status Unreached
Progress Level: progress level image