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Where did Hinduism come from?

The Hindu religion has been around for over two thousand years and is practiced in the Hindu country of India.

The religion, which is based on the Hindu belief that life begins with birth, has evolved over the centuries and has undergone several changes over the course of history.

Today, Hinduism is a distinct religion from Christianity, Buddhism and Islam.

The Hindu belief in reincarnation is a part of the Hindu religion.

Hinduism has its own caste system, called gharanas, and it has its very own caste structure, known as maharas.

Hindus are known for their elaborate temple architecture, the use of ritual purification to purify the body and rituals like ‘dancing of the dead’.

It is believed that the first Indian king, Vasubandhu, lived in India in the eighth century BC.

He was buried with his wife, Kauravaswami, in the royal mausoleum of the Vidyadhara temple in Calcutta.

Vasubanda was the first emperor of India and lived from 526 to 533 BC.

Vasudeva lived from 862 to 878 BC.

The Mughal dynasty lasted from 774 to 856 BC and ruled India for about 100 years.

After the demise of the Mughals in 861 BC, India was ruled by the rulers of the British and Indian empires for about four hundred years.

In the 16th century, the English and French conquered India, which was ruled for about 250 years under British rule.

In 1719, Napoleon Bonaparte and his forces conquered India from the French.

India was formally incorporated into the British Empire in 1763.

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