An excerpt from the Encyclopedia of Religion, which was recently updated with an updated timeline of the evolution of Hinduism, has some pretty impressive statistics.
It shows that the average number of words a person is taught in the Hindu scriptures has increased by more than 3,500 per year, with nearly half of all texts in existence.
This is despite the fact that the number of texts in the corpus has remained constant for the past 3,600 years, and the number has never been lower than around 2,000 per year.
According to the study, which is the first of its kind, the average time spent learning a new text has also increased by a whopping 100 years.
This means that people spend about a third of their time studying a new scripture, with the average reading time for a new religious text at a mere 40 minutes.
The average reading times are significantly higher than the average amount of time spent on other subjects, with a total of nearly 300 minutes spent studying the bible, the Quran and the Surya Namaskar of the Bible.
The study was published in the journal, Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.
While some of the studies are based on the data from a small sample, other studies use a wider variety of data, and they all show similar results.
According the study’s author, Professor S. S. Jayantasamy, “There is a very large corpus of religious texts in all religions, and we’re now seeing that the Bible, for example, is the most popular text in the world.”
The Encyclopedia of Religions, which dates back to 1660, is currently available for free online.
It was originally published in India, but it has now been updated to include the latest data from around the world.
It includes nearly 100,000 books, and it has been translated into dozens of languages.
The book also includes a number of “chapters” about Hinduism as well as several new translations.
These include the first English translation of the Bhagavad Gita, which has been written and edited by a renowned Hindu scholar, Professor Rajesh Kumar Singh.
Another chapter on Vedic philosophy was also written by Singh, and there are chapters on the Bhishma-Vedas, the Upanishads and other works of literature.
These are all important to understanding Hinduism.
But the most surprising thing is that the study also includes figures for the number and the frequency of different words being taught.
“We’ve found that the total number of years we’ve been learning a religious text is about 10 times greater than what’s been going on in the language of the time,” Jayantam said.
The most popular word in the universe The most commonly used word in a given text is “hindu,” but it’s not the only one.
“The most popular words are the ones that people learn because they’re the easiest to learn,” said Jayantams, adding that the word “god” is also popular in Hindu texts.
In other words, people learn the word because it’s easy to remember.
Jayants study found that “nayas,” or “nones,” are the most frequently taught word, followed by “sampras,” “prasad” and “bhagav”.
“There are no saints in this world, no prophets, no saints, no scriptures,” the study reads.
“But people learn a lot of things by knowing that word.
People learn the idea of gods, they learn the concept of sampras, they are told about the sampradamas, they see images of sages.
All these things are taught in scriptures.
It’s a very interesting and important topic,” Jayants said.
It seems that the world of religion has evolved quite a bit since the earliest Vedic texts were written.
“This book is based on ancient texts that have been in existence for many thousands of years,” he said.
“These are ancient texts with which we have a lot in common.
They have to do with the concept that the universe is composed of all things and that there is no such thing as a ‘divine’ or a ‘supreme’ being.”
The study also looks at the evolution and evolution of the word for God, the word ‘god’, and the word kriti, the Hindu term for a god.
The word krisa, which means “holy,” was used by the Vedic sages to refer to their deities.
According a study published in The Journal of Sanskrit Research, this term has been in use in Indian culture for centuries, with kritas being used in the ancient texts.
According this study, the use of the term “god-krisa” is “indisputable.”
The word “God” has also been used in many other religions, including the Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths.
Jayantham said that