Updated February 20, 2018 12:42:59The country is not known for its diversity, with the largest population of Hindu and Muslim populations in the world, and the Muslim population at least as large as the Christian population.
But as Hinduism’s popularity continues to grow in the country, so has the debate over its fundamental tenets.
In its traditional texts, the Hindu religion teaches that the soul resides in the body, which is known as “brahman.”
According to Hinduism, the soul is one with the body.
But for the majority of the world’s 1.3 billion people, the body is not their spiritual home, and they cannot be said to be born in the womb of the universe.
Hinduism’s core tenets are:The soul is indivisible and cannot be separated from the bodyThe soul belongs to the Creator, and is not a slave of any GodThere is no self, no “self” that is not “that”The universe is the manifestation of the divine consciousness that is in the individual soulThe soul cannot be influenced by the physical worldThe soul has no body or physical bodyThe body is merely a representation of the body of the soulThe body cannot be destroyed by a spiritThe body has the power to destroy the soulWhen people hear that “the soul is not the body,” they are likely to think of an ancient Hindu myth about the soul being “the body.”
This is wrong.
In the ancient Vedas, a sage called Purusha, who was the chief sage of the people, said that the body and soul were separate.
It is only the body that can be killed, and only the soul that can leave the body to go to the afterlife.
Purusha is a storyteller who lived before the birth of the modern Indian nation.
But Purusha’s story is not as old as Hindu religion, and it is not so popular among modern-day Hindus.
The story goes that a group of Hindu scholars gathered around a large fire and debated the nature of soul and body.
The scholars decided that the two things were separate and therefore not to be interchanged.
In other words, the “body” was the physical body and the “soul” was not.
Purushas story is known to have been passed down to modern-age Hindus.
It has become a staple of Indian politics, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi using it to make sweeping, sweeping promises to reform the country.
According to the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), the number of Hindus in India has reached around 70 million, a figure that has tripled in the last decade.
And the population of India’s biggest religion, Hinduism (which is the largest religion in the nation) has grown from 2.3 million people in 2000 to 5.5 million today.
India’s religious diversityThe religion of Hindus is growing in the United States.
According the Pew Research Center, the United Kingdom, Germany and Japan have the largest Hindu populations in Europe.
In the United Arab Emirates, India and Pakistan, Hindu religion is the third largest religion.
In addition to the large population of Hindus, there are more Muslims in India.
Muslims make up nearly 15 percent of the total population, while Hindus make up 14 percent of India.
Hinduism is the worlds second largest religion, behind Islam, with more than 4 billion adherents worldwide.
According a 2016 Pew study, Hindus are far more likely to be involved in political politics than Muslims.
In 2016, Hindu voters made up 10 percent of all registered voters, compared to 1.9 percent of Muslims.
Hindu voters are more likely than Muslims to be educated and to identify with a political party.
According for a 2016 study, more than half of India is Muslim.
And more than 80 percent of Indian Muslims say they are proud to be Hindus.
Hindus are also far more active on social media than Muslims, and their followership is on the rise.
In 2016, there were 2.8 billion followers of Hinduism on Twitter, according to the Pew study.
And in India, there was a 2.5 billion follower Twitter following in 2016.
More than 90 percent of Hindus on social networks use the hashtag #HinduHitsBack to post positive posts about Hinduism.
HinduHits Back is a popular hashtag on Twitter for followers to share positive messages about Hindu society.
Hearing the hashtag makes people feel better about themselves and their religion, said Aravind Raghav, a professor of Indian history at the University of Pennsylvania.
But some people have questioned why people are posting such positive messages.
In some cases, some followers have posted such hateful and inflammatory comments on the social media platforms.
Aravind says that some of these tweets could be offensive.
For example, one of the most offensive tweets was posted by a Hindu woman who called a man who is Muslim a “Muslim rapist.”
Raghav says that many of these posts