HINDUISM is a blend of Hinduist and Muslim beliefs.
While it is often associated with a caste system, it has long been a religion with a distinct culture.
The Hindu holy day of Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, is observed on November 5th.
But according to Hinduism, the festival was not a part of Hindu religion and is considered a part-time religious holiday.
A study by the Pew Research Center in 2013 found that the percentage of Hindus who believe in a pantheon of gods and goddesses, or that a particular religion has no deity, was less than half the global average.
This is a shift from a few centuries ago, when a majority of the world’s population worshipped the gods and had deities to worship.
Many Hinduism followers believe that their religion has a deep connection with India, which is a vast country that stretches from southern India to the Arabian Sea.
Many Hindus believe that it was created in India by a race of animals that migrated to the land after the flood.
Hinduism has been in decline in the West for decades, and its adherents are often labeled as “extremists.”
But the study found that there were fewer Hindu extremists in the U.S. in 2014 than in 2000.