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That would really depend which movements you decide to count as "religion", and which not. Also, how you count them: a movement can be divided into smaller movements. For exam…ple: would you count Christianity as a single religion? Or do you consider Catholicism as one religion, and Protestantism as another? Or perhaps as hundreds, or thousands, of religions? While I would consider Christianity as one religion, opinions vary. Another example: Would you count the "Jedi religion" as a religion? At some time, several percent of the population in some country indicated this as their "religion".
There are more than 730 established Religions in the world which are broken out into more the 3200 different sects. This includes Islam, Hinduism Christianity, Budhism, Wicca,… Zoroastrianism
THERE ARE A TOTAL OF 193 COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD. HERE ARE THEY WITH THEIR CAPITALS. Afghanistan - Kabul Albania - Tirane Algeria - Algiers Andorra - Andorra la Vella Angola - …Luanda Antigua and Barbuda - Saint John's Argentina - Buenos Aires Armenia - Yerevan Australia - Canberra Austria - Vienna Azerbaijan - Baku The Bahamas - Nassau Bahrain - Manama Bangladesh - Dhaka Barbados - Bridgetown Belarus - Minsk Belgium - Brussels Belize - Belmopan Benin - Porto-Novo Bhutan - Thimphu Bolivia - La Paz (administrative) Sucre (judicial) Bosnia and Herzegovina - Sarajevo Botswana - Gaborone Brazil - Brasilia Brunei - Bandar Seri Begawan Bulgaria - Sofia Burkina Faso - Ouagadougou Burundi - Bujumbura Cambodia - Phnom Penh Cameroon - Yaounde Canada - Ottawa Cape Verde - Praia Central African Republic - Bangui Chad - N'Djamena Chile - Santiago China - Beijing Colombia - Bogota Comoros - Moroni Congo, Republic of the - Brazzaville Congo, Democratic Republic of the - Kinshasa Costa Rica - San Jose Cote d'Ivoire - Yamoussoukro (official) Abidjan (de facto) Croatia - Zagreb Cuba - Havana Cyprus - Nicosia Czech Republic - Prague Denmark - Copenhagen Djibouti - Djibouti Dominica - Roseau Dominican Republic - Santo Domingo East Timor - Dili Ecuador - Quito Egypt - Cairo El Salvador - San Salvador Equatorial Guinea - Malabo Eritrea - Asmara Estonia - Tallinn Ethiopia - Addis Ababa Fiji - Suva Finland - Helsinki France - Paris Gabon - Libreville The Gambia - Banjul Georgia - Tbilisi Germany - Berlin Ghana - Accra Greece - Athens Grenada - Saint George's Guatemala - Guatemala City Guinea - Conakry Guinea-Bissau - Bissau Guyana - Georgetown Haiti - Port-au-Prince Honduras - Tegucigalpa Hungary - Budapest Iceland - Reykjavik India - New Delhi Indonesia - Jakarta Iran - Tehran Iraq - Baghdad Ireland - Dublin Israel - Jerusalem Italy - Rome Jamaica - Kingston Japan - Tokyo Jordan - Amman Kazakhstan - Astana Kenya - Nairobi Kiribati - Tarawa Korea, North - Pyongyang Korea, South - Seoul Kuwait - Kuwait City Kyrgyzstan - Bishkek Laos - Vientiane Latvia - Riga Lebanon - Beirut Lesotho - Maseru Liberia - Monrovia Libya - Tripoli Liechtenstein - Vaduz Lithuania - Vilnius Luxembourg - Luxembourg Macedonia - Skopje Madagascar - Antananarivo Malawi - Lilongwe Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur Maldives - Male Mali - Bamako Malta - Valletta Marshall Islands - Majuro Mauritania - Nouakchott Mauritius - Port Louis Mexico - Mexico City Federated States of Micronesia - Palikir Moldova - Chisinau Monaco - Monaco Mongolia - Ulaanbaatar Montenegro - Podgorica Morocco - Rabat Mozambique - Maputo Myanmar (Burma) - Rangoon but moving to Pyinmana Namibia - Windhoek Nauru - no official capital; government offices in Yaren District Nepal - Kathmandu Netherlands - Amsterdam New Zealand - Wellington Nicaragua - Managua Niger - Niamey Nigeria - Abuja Norway - Oslo Oman - Muscat Pakistan - Islamabad Palau - Koror Panama - Panama City Papua New Guinea - Port Moresby Paraguay - Asuncion Peru - Lima Philippines - Manila Poland - Warsaw Portugal - Lisbon Qatar - Doha Romania - Bucharest Russia - Moscow Rwanda - Kigali Saint Kitts and Nevis - Basseterre Saint Lucia - Castries Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Kingstown Samoa - Apia San Marino - San Marino Sao Tome and Principe - Sao Tome Saudi Arabia - Riyadh Senegal - Dakar Serbia - Belgrade Seychelles - Victoria Sierra Leone - Freetown Singapore - Singapore Slovakia - Bratislava Slovenia - Ljubljana Solomon Islands - Honiara Somalia - Mogadishu South Africa - Pretoria (administrative) Cape Town (legislative) Bloemfontein (judiciary) Spain - Madrid Sri Lanka - Colombo Sudan - Khartoum Suriname - Paramaribo Swaziland - Mbabana Sweden - Stockholm Switzerland - Bern Syria - Damascus Tajikistan - Dushanbe Tanzania - Dar es Salaam Thailand - Bangkok Togo - Lome Tonga - Nuku'alofa Trinidad and Tobago - Port-of-Spain Tunisia - Tunis Turkey - Ankara Turkmenistan - Ashgabat Tuvalu - Funafuti Uganda - Kampala Ukraine - Kyiv United Arab Emirates - Abu Dhabi United Kingdom - London United States - Washington D.C. Uruguay - Montevideo Uzbekistan - Tashkent Vanuatu - Port-Vila Vatican City (Holy See) - Vatican City Venezuela - Caracas Vietnam - Hanoi Yemen - Sanaa Zambia - Lusaka Zimbabwe - Harare
It depends on what you really call a computer, the alarm clock isalso a computer and the watch you wear is also a computer. If thisis so then every house has a computer rangin…g from 1 to 50 perhouse.
The number 192 is often used to represent the number of countries in the world. This number represents almost all of them. There are still two recognized independent count…ries, the Vatican City and Kosovo, that are independent and are not members of the U.N. So 192 is not the number of total countries. However, the number of countries changes from time to time. There are also places that some consider a territory and others consider a country. See the links below for some resources.
There are 104 seas in total in the world.
Hinduism is the oldest religion in the world
There are more than 730 religions in the world. The three main ones are Hindu, Muslim and Christian.
There is only one true religion: FSMism. For more information, please see http://www.venganza.org/.
Two. Sikhism and Hinduism.
christianity, judaism, islam, hinduism, buddhism, sikhism, jainism, confucianism, taoism, shinto, indigenous, sects.
The religion with the largest number of followers is Christianity (@ 2.5 billion). This is followed by Islam (@ 1.5 billion).
Ahmadism, Qadianism or Mirzaism as it's commonly called is not a religion but a cult of handful of deviate Muslims who exclusive believe in their founder Mirza Ghullam Ahmad a…s a prophet after the last Prophet Muhammad believed by all Muslims together, regardless of their sects, who believe Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as the Savior instead of Jesus, who believe their founder is 'next wordly form'' of Lord Krishna of the Hindu's. They are regarded as heretics by all other Muslims combined. Their population is negligible despite strong proselytising by them in many countries of the world but they are mainly found in Pakistan, Africa, India and some other places.
The question makes no sense. It can be interpreted many ways. Do you mean what religion has the largest number of followers, or what religion I think is the best, or what reli…gion was the first religion, and on and on. Another Answer: If you mean by 'membership' or those labelling themselves, then there are approximately 2.1 Billion Christians - making it the #1 Religion.
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