The claim of seven million Bahá'ís across the world with 2.2 millions in India has been deflated by Official Census of Government of India.
THE CASE OF INDIA
Though the Bahá'í records of the data on Bahá'í population of India shows that one time it had crossed two millions yet the Census of India reports of 1971, 1981, 1991 and 2001 show only a fraction of the total number Bahá'ís throughout the country. This means that the census department of India fumbled four times to give accurate number of Bahá'ís. Just to cite an example, Bahá'í census figures in 1991 was 5575 and in 2001 it was 11,324 against 2.2 millions claimed by the Bahá'í administration.
AT THE END, CAN BAHA’I ADMINISTRATION EXPLAIN WHY THE NUMBER OF LOCAL SPIRITUAL ASSEMBLIES MENTIONED IN BAHA’I WORLD [VOLUME XVIII (1979-1983)] IN INDIA WAS MORE THAN 10,000 WHILE THE PRESENT NUMBER OF ASSEMBLIES IS ONLY 400 - WHICH IS JUST 4%. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS GROSS EXAGGERATION ?
The Bahá'í Faith official census can fool all systems.
Going by the words (and not spirit) of deceased guardian of Bahá'í Faith – Shoghi Effendi - "Bahá'u'lláh has entrusted the sacred duty of every Bahá'í to spread the Faith", the Bahá'ís have found an easier way to spread the faith. SPREAD THE NUMBER!
It is high time world takes a serious note of such dubious claims. Else soon we may find Bahá'í population being reported more than the world population! How can one explain the strange classification of world population into ‘Bahá'ís’ and ‘Not yet Bahá'ís’ by Bahá'í Administration (The Arbabs, Mohajers and Razavis)? Such publicity should be questioned and the Bahá'í Faith office bearers be held accountable.
This skewed information is spread by the supreme Bahá'í Governing Body, the Universal House of Justice. The Indian Bahá'í census deflates the balloon instantly
Proofs : http://bahaicensusindia.blogspot.com