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How to spot Hinduism in your children’s lives

A new report from the Institute of Science and Technology Policy Research in the UK has found that people who identify with a religious group are more likely to believe in it.

The report found that the Hindu religion was the most commonly practiced religion in the country.

The institute surveyed 1,000 people from the general population, but they also looked at a range of different religions.

The study was carried out by researchers from the University of Bristol and the University College London.

It found that there were two major reasons people who identified as Hindu believed in the religion.

First, Hindus believe in the “Greater Good” and the importance of social harmony.

They believe that the Great Mother, Vishnu, will bring about peace and harmony in the world.

Vishnu is the Hindu god of peace and prosperity, who is often referred to as the Mother of all Gods.

This belief is linked to Hindu belief that the cosmos is a divine place, and that all life on earth is a part of it.

Hindu belief also places a great importance on family life and relationships.

The researchers found that those who were religious or identified as Hindus were more likely than others to report that their relationship was “good” or “lovely”.

It was also found that Hinduism was also the most popular religion among the religious minorities who were interviewed.

The religion is considered by many to be one of the oldest religions in the west and is considered the mother of modern Hinduism.

Hinduism is the world’s largest religion and encompasses the majority of the world population, with more than 4.5 billion people.

However, many of the religions are very different in their beliefs and practices.

The majority of Hindus are not followers of the religion, which is not surprising as they have little in common.

Many of the practices of the faith are very similar to those of Christianity, but there are some differences.

For example, Hindus are believed to believe that life begins at conception, and are strongly opposed to abortion.

The belief in a greater Good and love for others also is a key part of the Hindu faith.

The Institute of Social and Economic Research, a London-based think tank, has been researching the origins of the global Hindu community for many years.

The research was commissioned by the Institute for Social and Political Science, a British think tank.

The survey of 1,001 people aged between 18 and 55, in English and French, found that more than one in 10 people believed that they were Hindu, or had some kind of religious affiliation.

However the majority believed that their religion was not a religion and that there was no reason to believe it was.

The number of people who said they did not believe in Hinduism dropped to less than half, with around a third of the people who do not believe.

This could be because people in this age group are less likely to be religious themselves.

It could also be because they are more religious than the general public.

Hindu people have long been associated with a particular type of spirituality.

In ancient times, the Hindu holy city of Varanasi was known as the “holy city” because of its sacred temples.

In modern times, Hinduism has become one of India’s largest faiths, with millions of people belonging to the community.

In recent years, Hindu communities have been growing in India, particularly in the south-east, with the majority now in the north-east.

India is one of Asia’s largest and fastest-growing religious communities, but it is also home to many minorities, with Hindus being the most prominent and the second-most common religion in India.

There are about 7.2 million Hindus living in India today.

It is estimated that there are about 12.5 million Muslims in India and another 12.6 million Christians.

In 2015, the country recorded its highest number of Hindu deaths.

The Hindu community in India has historically been divided into Hindu and Muslim communities.

In India, Muslims form around 10 per cent of the population, while Hindus form around 20 per cent.

Hindu leaders have blamed the violence in recent years on a rise in the Muslim population, and the Hindu groups claim that the violence was a response to the rise of the Muslim community.

However some believe that many of those who have been killed have been Muslims, while others say they have been Hindus.

There have been clashes between Hindu groups and the Muslim groups in the past, particularly the 2008 riots in which Muslims vandalised shops and attacked Hindu women.

In 2014, the police in Gujarat state were criticised for their handling of the riots.

Hindu groups in India have also claimed that the majority Muslim population in the state has no connection to the religion and is being pushed out by the Muslim majority in the community as they are seen as “foreign” and not representative of the country’s population.

The Muslim community in the Indian state of Gujarat, known as Muzaffarnagar, is known for its extreme views on the teachings of Hinduism, and for their attacks on Hindu pilgrims in the

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