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How Hinduism came to be a religion



As India’s economy continues to recover, the number of people who identify as Hinduism is on the rise, with more than a billion people living in India, according to official data.

The Pew Research Center recently released a report that found that Hinduism has been growing for the past three decades, and now accounts for about 9 percent of the population.

That means that Hindus are now the third-largest religion in India after Buddhism and Christianity, and the largest religious group in the world.

The study found that roughly half of all Hindus say they have at least some Hindu beliefs, up from 43 percent in 2007.

About a third of Hindus say that they have a Hindu prophet or saint, up six percentage points since 2007.

The Hindu religion is often associated with Buddhism, which is more widely practiced than Hinduism, but it’s also a diverse and complex faith.

The religion has several distinct and different forms, with different gods, different schools of thought, and different customs.

The beliefs of Hindus have evolved over time, with the ancient Vedas, the earliest known works of Hinduism written in the 5th century BC, being used as a guide for many religions and sects.

As of 2015, about 3 percent of Hindus were practicing Buddhists, with about 1.7 percent of that number identifying as Hindu.

While the number who identify with a religion other than Hindu has grown, Hinduism remains the most popular faith in India.

According to the Pew study, there are about 3.3 billion Hindus worldwide, with an estimated 2.4 billion in India alone.

According to the United Nations, there were 5.6 billion Hindus in India at the end of 2014.

In India, Hindu culture and tradition are deeply rooted in the country’s history.

The country has a history of being ruled by Hindu rulers who were also known as the Varnas, or kings.

Hinduism was the first major religious order of the Hindu people and it was the one that helped spread Hinduism throughout the region and beyond.

According the Pew report, more than half of Hindus believe that the earth is flat.

And there are a lot of Hindus who believe that if you look up at the stars, the sun will rise.

Hindus also believe that their ancestors came from India, a nation that was once ruled by King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

Bhumiviras teachings on the nature of the universe and on the role of the soul in Hinduism are among the oldest traditions of the religion.

The country has also been home to several major Hindu cultural festivals, which are often attended by millions of people in India each year.

According a Pew report from 2015, Hindus make up almost 30 percent of India’s population, making up a quarter of the total population.

They are also the largest group of Muslims, accounting for about 7 percent of its total population and a quarter or more of its citizens.

There are also about 1 million Hindus who are Muslims.

The majority of Hindus in the United States are U.S.-born, and they are more likely to be Hindu than American citizens overall.

But Americans are still much more likely than Indians to identify with Hinduism.

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