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Pulesar Bai was a Bible woman ([[Lay Evangelists|lay evangelist]]) with the [[Mennonite Church in India|American Mennonite Mission]] and the [[Mennonite Church (MC)|Mennonite Church (MC)]] in [[India|India]]. Her parents were Baganath and Tulsi Bai, a Hindu family who lived at Umaradah near [[Dhamtari (Chhattisgarh State, India)|Dhamtari]]. She received a primary education in Dhamtari at a Hindu school and later completed the seventh class at the [[Balodgahan Mission Station (Chhattisgarh State, India)|Balodgahan]] Girls' Boarding where she became a Christian. She was sent to the Disciples of Christ Female Training School in Bilaspur for Bible training.
 
Pulesar Bai was a Bible woman ([[Lay Evangelists|lay evangelist]]) with the [[Mennonite Church in India|American Mennonite Mission]] and the [[Mennonite Church (MC)|Mennonite Church (MC)]] in [[India|India]]. Her parents were Baganath and Tulsi Bai, a Hindu family who lived at Umaradah near [[Dhamtari (Chhattisgarh State, India)|Dhamtari]]. She received a primary education in Dhamtari at a Hindu school and later completed the seventh class at the [[Balodgahan Mission Station (Chhattisgarh State, India)|Balodgahan]] Girls' Boarding where she became a Christian. She was sent to the Disciples of Christ Female Training School in Bilaspur for Bible training.
  
In 1930 she married Israel Bhelwa and from 1932 until 1957 served as a Bible woman in the evangelistic program at [[Ghatula (Madhya Pradesh, India)|Ghatula]]. Her husband died in 1940. They had four sons and one daughter. Pulesar's deep devotion to Christ made her a respected saint and ambassador of the Gospel. Pulesar Bai died 18 August 1976.      
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In 1930 she married Israel Bhelwa and from 1932 until 1957 served as a Bible woman in the evangelistic program at [[Ghatula (Madhya Pradesh, India)|Ghatula]]. Her husband died in 1940. They had four sons and one daughter. Pulesar's deep devotion to Christ made her a respected saint and ambassador of the Gospel. Pulesar Bai died 18 August 1976.
 
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American Mennonite Mission. <em>Annual Report</em> (1913): 19.
 
American Mennonite Mission. <em>Annual Report</em> (1913): 19.
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Biographical data from J. M. Bhelwa and Mennonite Board of Missions (MC) missionaries.
 
Biographical data from J. M. Bhelwa and Mennonite Board of Missions (MC) missionaries.
 
 
 
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Pulesar Bai was a Bible woman (lay evangelist) with the American Mennonite Mission and the Mennonite Church (MC) in India. Her parents were Baganath and Tulsi Bai, a Hindu family who lived at Umaradah near Dhamtari. She received a primary education in Dhamtari at a Hindu school and later completed the seventh class at the Balodgahan Girls' Boarding where she became a Christian. She was sent to the Disciples of Christ Female Training School in Bilaspur for Bible training.

In 1930 she married Israel Bhelwa and from 1932 until 1957 served as a Bible woman in the evangelistic program at Ghatula. Her husband died in 1940. They had four sons and one daughter. Pulesar's deep devotion to Christ made her a respected saint and ambassador of the Gospel. Pulesar Bai died 18 August 1976.

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American Mennonite Mission. Annual Report (1913): 19.

Bachan, E. P. "Changing attitudes and Developments within the MCI." Mennonite Board of Missions Report, 1957.

Bachan, E. P. "India to Stay." Mennonite Board of Missions Reports (1958): 40.

Biographical data from J. M. Bhelwa and Mennonite Board of Missions (MC) missionaries.


Author(s) John A Friesen
Date Published 1989


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Friesen, John A. "Pulesar Bai (ca. 1915-1976)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1989. Web. 24 Sep 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Pulesar_Bai_(ca._1915-1976)&oldid=77102.

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Friesen, John A. (1989). Pulesar Bai (ca. 1915-1976). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 24 September 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Pulesar_Bai_(ca._1915-1976)&oldid=77102.




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