Hinduism

Around 80 percent of India's populace see themselves as Hindus and 30 million more Hindus live outside of India. There is a sum of 900 million Hindus around the world, making Hinduism the third biggest religion (after Christianity and Islam).

Hinduism doesn’t have any founder nor has it date of origin (it is the world oldest existing religion)

Hindus themselves allude to their religion as sanatama dharma, "eternal religion," and varnasramadharma, a word underscoring the satisfaction of obligations (dharma) suitable to one's class (varna) and stage of life (asrama)

In the twentieth century, Hinduism started to gain popularity in the West. Hindu thought has affected the West in a roundabout way by method for religious movements such as Hare Krishna and New Age, and considerably all the more so through the fuse of Indian practice and beliefs, (for example, the chakra framework and yoga).

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CREATION OF UNIVERSE ACCORDING TO HINDUISM by Mr Pawan Kumar

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