There are a few places in the US that have been identified as sites of Hinduism.
There are several, such as a few churches and temples in the states of California, Hawaii, and New Mexico.
But while there are many Hindu temples and churches, there are only a few that actually hold events of worship.
This isn’t surprising considering that the US has historically had an extremely narrow religious spectrum, with no major denominations or religious sects.
Hinduism has historically been considered to be “un-American” by some, as the country is dominated by western-based religions and the dominant denominations are Christian, Jewish, and Muslim.
However, as it is a relatively new religion, Hinduism is gaining more and more adherents.
There are now hundreds of temples and congregations in the country, with more than 3,000 of these being located in the western states.
Some of these are very small.
According to a survey by the Pew Forum, more than 40% of US Hindus believe in reincarnation.
More importantly, according to Pew, Hindus are more likely than other religious groups to believe in miracles.
This isn’t new.
The first survey of its kind, conducted in 1988, found that Hinduism was the fastest growing religion in the United States, with over 100,000 temples and more than 10 million followers.
As of 2017, there were more than 1,600 temples and worship sites, which was nearly twice the number of years prior.
In 2017, the US has nearly 1.7 billion Hindus.
“This means that the population of the US is almost as large as India, which has more than three times the number Hindus,” according to the Pew Forum.
One of the main reasons for this is that Hindus are not only the fastest-growing religion in America, but they are also the largest religious group in the world.
Hinduism is the fourth most-watched religion in India, behind Islam, Christianity, and Judaism.
And, in the UK, there have been at least 662 temples in total.
India has more Hindu temples than any other country in the globe.
India is the most populous country in Asia and the largest in Africa, and it is home to more than 200 million Hindus.
India has more temples than there are people in the entire world.
Hindus in the States are more religious than the population, with about 1.5 million Hindus in total in the USA.
The number of temples in India is growing at a faster rate than anywhere else in the developing world.
India’s Hindu population is estimated to be roughly 50% Hindu by 2020.
India and Pakistan are the only two countries in the whole of the world where Hinduism accounts for more than one-third of the population.
India accounts for about 12% of the global Hindu population.
Buddhism is a Buddhist religion, which means that its followers are more diverse than Hindus.
Buddhists in India and the United Kingdom are more conservative, and there is less Hindu religious diversity than anywhere in the developed world.
Buddhistism is one of the most controversial religions in the Western world.
Buddhism is a tradition that originated in China, but has spread to many countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas.
According to the B.D. Wong, author of The New Indian Spirit: Religion and Society in the Age of Enlightenment, Buddhism is the second-most controversial religion in all of the Western World.
The most controversial religion is Islam.
Muslims have had a long history of persecution and violence.
Muslims have been the targets of various forms of discrimination and violence in Muslim-majority countries.
In Bangladesh, for example, Muslim women have been forced to wear a veil and be accompanied by an imam when going out, as well as in some Muslim countries, the police have been known to target Muslim women in their neighborhoods.
Other religions are less controversial than Buddhism, and are therefore easier to understand.
Islam is the world’s third-largest religion, behind Christianity and Judaism, with approximately 10.5 billion adherents.
It is the third-most popular religion in most of the Muslim-populated countries in Africa.
Islam is also the most-segregated religion in many parts of the West, with the majority of Muslims in the West having been Muslim for generations.
Muslims are generally not as religious as Hindus.
The majority of Muslim-Americans are non-practicing Hindus.
According to the Pew Survey, only 7% of Americans identify themselves as Hindus, while nearly half of the people surveyed identify as Muslims.
It is not surprising that there are so many Hindu worship sites in America.
Hindu worship is very much part of the culture in the South, which is largely populated by South Asians.
There is also a large Hindu diaspora in the U.S., with many of these people having lived in the city for generations, with their children attending schools of Indian descent.