INDIA NORTHERN TERRITORY

 

India Northern Territory



See report women's Bible Camp, Dalhouse.

 


 

Territorial Leaders: Colonels Wilfred Varghese & Prema Wilfred (1st December 2013)

Territorial Commander: Colonel Wilfred Varghese (1st December 2013)
Territorial President of Women's Ministries: Colonel Prema Wilfred (1st December 2013)
Chief Secretary: Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Raju Mathangi (1st October 2011)
Territorial Secretary for Women's Ministries: Lieutenant Colonel Rachel Mathangi (1st October 2011)



 

Territorial Headquarters:
H15, Green Park Extension, New Delhi 110 016, India
Tel address: Salvation New Delhi; tel [91] (011) 2651 2394 ; fax: [91] (011) 26516912/ 26196296;
email: int mail@INT.salvationarmy.org


 


Shortly after arriving in India in 1882, Booth-Tucker visited major cities in northern India, including Allahabad, Delhi, Lucknow, Benares and Kolkata. Rural work was established later and operations were extended to Bihar and Orissa.

The boundaries of the India Northern Territory have changed over the years; there have been headquarters in Gurdaspur, Bareilly, Lucknow, Benares and Kolkata and more recently Delhi. In 1947, part of the territory became Pakistan.

The present territory was established on 1 June 1991.

The territory is comprised of : the States of Bihar, Chattisgarh, Harayana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Orissa, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal, West Bengal, the Union Territory of Delhi, Chandigarh, and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

'The Salvation Army' in Hindi, Punabi and Urdu: Mukti Fauj

Languagesin which the gospel is preached : Bengali, English, Hindi, Kui, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Santhali, Tamil, Urdu

Periodicals : Home League Quarterly (Hindi and english); Mukti Samachar (Hindi and Punjabi), The Officer (Hindi)