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How to know if you’re a Hindu? Here are some interesting facts that may help.



The Verge’s Rahul Jain looks at some of the things people have to keep in mind when learning about Hinduism, which is a religion that traces its roots back to ancient India.

Read more Here’s a look at some interesting things people might know about Hindu history:1.

Hinduism began as a religion in India, which had no other religious denomination.2.

The word “Hindu” has been used in India since the 13th century, and it’s been used as a verb for a long time.3.

A religion that originated in India has been around for thousands of years.4.

Hindus are the world’s oldest people.5.

Hindustan has been a centre of Hinduism for thousands, and their religion was the most widely practised in India.6.

Hrita is the Sanskrit word for sun.7.

Himans word for “good” is samsar.8.

Hats are considered a sacred Hindu symbol, and people have been using them for thousands years.9.

A man named Harsh Vardhan, a poet, created the Hindustani language, which can be used to write in Sanskrit.10.

Hare Krishna was a Hindu god who ruled the earth in the 12th century.11.

A festival was held every year at the beginning of July called ‘Bhakti’, or the celebration of Hritas birth.12.

Hiva was the Goddess of Knowledge and Wisdom, the mother of Vishnu and the Goddess who is worshipped in Hinduism.13.

Hivas mother is named Kala.14.

Harpa, a Hindu festival, is the traditional time for worship of the Hindu gods.15.

Hita is a Hindu ritualistic prayer to Shiva.16.

Hikraman is a sacred dance that celebrates the birth of Shiva.17.

A Hindu festival called Bhaat was celebrated to mark the birth and death of the Mahabharata.18.

A sacred Hindu statue called Lakshmi is a popular Hindu festival and is often worshipped.19.

Hari is a form of Sanskrit poetry in which a verse of a poet can be transformed into a song by combining two different sounds.20.

In Sanskrit, a word means “the way”, and the word for a woman is vadha.21.

Hundi is the name of a Hindu goddess.22.

Vedicism was a religion practiced in India from at least as far back as 7,000 years ago.23.

Buddhism is the ancient religion of Hindu and Buddhist faith.24.

Vishnu is the Hindu god of wisdom, love, and compassion.25.

A statue of Buddha was installed at a temple in Delhi, India.26.

The Hindu goddess of wisdom was worshipped at a shrine in Pune, India, for the first time.27.

The Indian state of Maharashtra is the country’s largest and most prosperous.28.

India has more than 50 million people.29.

India’s most popular festivals are called Vaisakhi, Jaini and Hara.30.

Hailam Raja, the world famous actor, is a native of Bihar, India’s most populous state.31.

Hiranjana is a common folk name for Hindus.32.

Horse racing is an ancient Indian sport that was once considered the ultimate test of fitness.33.

Hollywood stars are revered in India and it is believed that they have been inspired by Hinduism’s deities.34.

Hippopotamuses feet are often adorned with the symbol of Shiva, the god of war.35.

A person named Lakshmi was a child in the 10th century and was the daughter of a ruler in India’s eastern state of Uttar Pradesh.36.

Himalayan elephants are a endangered species, but are protected under the law.37.

Harmonious dances such as jatakam, vritti, and kyapam are common in Hindu music.38.

Brahmacharya is the founder of Hindu religion, and he has been worshipped since the 6th century A.D.39.

The oldest recorded inscription in Sanskrit is the Bhagavad Gita.40.

There are more than 1,000 temples dedicated to Hindu gods in India alone.41.

The Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar was born in a small village in central India.

He was raised by his parents, a family of small traders.42.

Haryana is the most populous province of India and the countrys most populous.43.

Hiroshima, the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, Japan, is commemorated on the anniversary of the end of World War II.44.

Hematite crystals found in the ground are considered sacred and used for Hinduism and are used to

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