No, this is not a video of a girl being burned alive in India for going to church
Multiple Facebook users have shared a video that purportedly shows a Hindu girl being burnt alive for attending a prayer meeting at a church in central India. The claim is false -- the video is from Guatemala, where a girl was burnt alive for allegedly killing a taxi driver in 2015.
Multiple social media users have shared a video, for example here on Facebook where it was posted February 12, 2018, which claims to show a Hindu girl in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh being burnt alive for attending a prayer service in a church.
The caption in the video says: “Hindu girl burnt alive in Madhya Pradesh because she attended a prayer meeting in a Christian church. Send this around please, this video must go viral. This is the real face of shining India. O God rest her soul in peace. O God forgive them for they do not know what they do.”
A reverse image search found the video used in the misleading post was originally from a May 2015 incident in Guatemala when a girl was burned to death for her alleged role in the robbery and murder of a taxi driver.
The exact same video footage was published by Al Jazeera on May 29, 2015 on their verified Youtube Channel.