Hindu (consecrated fruits and sweetmeats) are consumed at communion.Some groups sing devotional songs that praise Jesus and Krishna and eat strictly vegetarian meals.
A similar Church of North India has 1 million members.
There are 473,000 Methodists, 425,000 Baptists, and about 1.3 million Lutherans.
During the twentieth century, the fastest growing Christian communities have been located in the northeast, among the Khasis, Mizos, Nagas, and other hill tribes.
Christianity offers a non-Hindu mode of acculturation during a period when the state and modern economy have been radically transforming the life-styles of the hill peoples.
Mizoram, India's only predominately Christian state, is in northwest India.