Hinduism is an ancient faith, but one that does not share the scientific knowledge shared by all other religions.
It is not the religion that has the most scientific advances in science, according to a new study.
Instead, the study by researchers from the University of Bristol and the University College London found that Hinduism has a less than scientific relationship with the natural world.
They compared the views of people who were members of the Hindu religion to those of people in the general population, and found that those who were Hindu did not believe in a creator God.
They also found that the view that science and the world are “one” did not seem to correlate with a belief in the existence of a creator god.
The study, published in the journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, found that belief in a god of creation was less common in the Hindu world than in most other religions, but it was more common in those who had higher levels of religion.
The researchers say that it may be that Hinduists are more religious, and thus more accepting of scientific ideas than the general public.
The findings suggest that the religion has a more traditional view of the world and a higher degree of religious belief, says Dr Suresh Rana, lead author of the study.
He says that the religious belief of Hindus is linked to a more scientific worldview.
“Our results indicate that Hindus may be more accepting and scientific of scientific research, especially in relation to the physical sciences,” he says.
The results of the research have been published in Philosophical Studies.