These are some ideas by Lisa Espineli Chinn of places to start your study depending on the make-up of your group. Download study guides.
John’s Gospel is the most appealing
Use Jesus’ interviews with people, for example-
John 3:1-16 (distinguish between New Birth and Hindu rebirth)
John 11:17-27; 38-44
John 18:33-38; 19:8-12
Avoid passages referencing the Trinity or referring to Jesus as the Son of God.
Start with Old Testament prophets and figures they respect such as Abraham, Joseph, Moses, and David
Look at predictions of the coming Messiah (Isaiah 53) then look at Jesus’ death in Luke 23:32-47
They admire Gautama Buddha for his sacrificial renunciation of riches and family life, his compassion, and his answer to universal suffering. Show them Jesus, who is the ultimate example in compassion and answer to suffering.
Look at parables to accommodate pictorial thinking (Luke is probably the best starting place), for example-
Think about ways of displaying the text and look for more anonymous ways of getting questions.
Study Genesis 1-3 with both Muslims and Hindus to give a foundation for understanding the Gospel view of God, man, and the world.