Kanpur is a large city in the state of Uttar Pradesh, nestled on the banks of the Ganges River. Kanpur has been the major financial and industrial center of North India and is the ninth-largest urban economy in India, primarily due to the cotton textile mills that make it the largest producer of these products in Northern India.
Today, Kanpur is famous for its colonial architecture, gardens, parks, and fine-quality leather, plastic, and textile products, which are exported mainly to the West.
“In another village, we met a low-caste woman who started a church in her home and then also started churches among the high-caste people nearby. Other Indians visiting with us were shocked she could do that. We learned that after she had prayed for healing for some high-caste people and God had healed them, they didn’t care what caste she came from. God’s truth and power can break down any walls!”