We’re about to get a lot more data about how India’s largest religion, Hinduism, is perceived by the general public.
That’s because India’s government is asking for the public’s input on its latest survey, which is designed to gauge public attitudes toward religion.
The new survey aims to shed light on India’s religious diversity and the impact of religion on society.
The results are likely to be a bit less flattering to the country’s largest religious denomination, Hindu, than the previous survey did.
“The results are definitely not going to be what you would have expected,” said Harshil Kapoor, a sociologist at the University of Delhi who is not involved in the new survey.
“But it is interesting to see what is the most widely accepted view in the country and to see how this is reflected in the survey.”
While the survey was designed to explore attitudes toward various aspects of Hinduism and Hinduism’s role in Indian society, it’s also likely to shed more light on how Hinduism might impact Indian society.
“We think the survey results will be of interest to both policymakers and the general population as it looks at how Hindu nationalism affects society,” said K. P. Rajaratnam, who led the study.
He noted that the survey’s focus is not just on India, but also the rest of the world.
“It’s important to know how people perceive and understand different religious communities,” Rajaratman said.
“For instance, when you talk to people in a small town in India, it may be that people consider Buddhism as being more advanced and more enlightened, while when you go to a major city, it is more or less the opposite.
It is important to have a broader perspective to understand how these groups are seen by different people.”
India’s new survey was conducted by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), an independent body that aims to provide a better understanding of the countrys religious landscape.
It has also received funding from the U.S. government and other sources.
The survey, called the Religion in India Survey, was commissioned by the Department of Information Technology (DIT) of the Ministry of Information, Broadcasting, Research and Development.
The DIT has also partnered with the United Nations to conduct research on religion in India.
The study was also conducted by a consortium of Indian religious groups led by the Mahila Hindu Parishad, which represents the largest Hindu denomination in India and has been at the forefront of fighting the recent spate of violence against religious minorities.
The Mahila Hindus, or “the new gods,” have been battling for years to prevent the imposition of sharia law in India as part of a broader push to convert the country from a predominantly Hindu nation to a more secular one.
Since 2005, the Mahilas have organized protests against the introduction of shari’a law in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, and they’ve been among the most prominent opponents of the Modi government’s decision to bring back the death penalty for violent crimes.
A total of 7,566 people died in clashes between the Mahils and the state’s Hindu nationalist government in the state in 2014, according to the National Crime Records Bureau.
India’s most-populous Hindu sect, the Jain community, is the third-largest in the world, and its followers number roughly a quarter of India’s population.
Hinduism emerged in ancient India and is closely linked to Buddhism.
It’s also closely related to Judaism and Christianity.
Hindus believe in reincarnation, which means their gods and goddesses are often reincarnated, as are their own souls.
Religion and spirituality have been integral parts of the lives of many Indian people.
According to the Hindu faith, the first human being, who is called Brahman, was born on a farm in what is now present-day Uttar Pradesh.
The next two human beings are called the Upanishads, which describe the life of the first man, Kshatriya, who lived during the first century A.D. and is described as the first sage.
Brahman is the god of knowledge, while Kshatra is the creator of the universe.
The second person is called Vrishnu, who was born after the first.
The third person is Karna, who lives after the third.
Vrishnava and Karna are often associated with the four elements of nature.
The Hindu belief that Brahman created the universe, Karna created the earth and the universe itself, and Vrishnanava created the seven elements, including water, fire, earth, air, space and time.
Religion in Hinduism has been the subject of much debate.
The government of India has argued that religious belief in the Vedas and other Hindu scriptures is a secular practice, but that the religion is a religious one, and that the government is not concerned about the religious beliefs of non-Hindus.
The Supreme Court has also held that the right to freedom of religion is an integral part of the Indian Constitution, and the