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How Hinduism and Islam are linked: a map of their similarities



The Indian subcontinent is a diverse country of people with different beliefs, and there is a lot to talk about.

A quick glance at the map shows that Hinduism has its own unique beliefs and practices.

According to the United Nations, Hinduism is the world’s third-largest religion and a major religion in India.

There are approximately 15 million Hindus in the world, according to the Pew Research Center.

They are also the second-largest religious group in the country after Muslims.

There is also a large number of Hindu nationalist groups that support various issues in India and elsewhere in the region.

The United States is the largest nation of Hindus and it is the country that has most of its Hindu population.

Many countries in the Islamic world have their own specific religions, but most of them are not Hindu.

According the World Values Survey, only 15 percent of Muslims in the Middle East are Muslim, and the figure is even lower among the Hindu population of the world.

India’s Hindu population is not nearly as large as its Muslim population, but it is much more diverse.

It includes Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Bahais, and Zoroastrians.

In fact, many people who identify as Hindu do not identify with any specific religion, but are rather just a mix of all three.

India has more than a billion Hindus.

The country is also home to the world heritage UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Hindu Kush, which is a place of intense Hindu and Muslim cultural history and traditions.

The region is home to more than 4 million archaeological sites.

It also has many Hindu-majority villages.

In addition to the temples, there are more than 30,000 monasteries in the area, with more than 3 million followers.

Hinduism’s influence in India has been tremendous.

For example, the Hindu nationalist movement has gained strength in recent years, especially in the south and west of the country.

The government has banned all forms of worship and the activities of certain organisations that promote or promote Hinduism, but these measures have done little to curb the activities.

Hindu groups are also not shy about using social media to spread their beliefs.

The main social media platform in India is called Whatsapp, and it has been used by some groups to express their views.

There have also been instances where people have been lynched for their views on various issues.

For instance, in the city of Chennai, a Muslim man was lynched by a mob after being found with an open bottle of alcohol.

The incident came to light after a local newspaper reported that the man had said he wanted to burn the Quran.

In another incident, a Hindu woman was lyned for allegedly burning the Quran and the Hindu temple in a public square in Kolkata.

There were also reports of attacks on Hindu temples in neighbouring Karnataka and Kerala.

The Hindu nationalist leader Yogi Adityanath, who is a politician and former president of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, has called for the introduction of a secular state and has vowed to do whatever he can to protect Hinduism from the onslaught of Islam.

In June, Adityah became the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Pakistan.

While he is a member of the Indian Parliament, he has been accused of being a supporter of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

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