Where is Hinduism practice?
Hinduism, a religion originating in Northern India, is practiced in buildings somewhat like churches, and cinegogs, but Hindus practice in buildings known as "Mandirs". Hinduism is most commonly practiced in India, but can be found in many countries around the world.
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Hinduism is practiced in many countries, but the country with the largest population of Hindus is India.Hinduism, a religion originating in Northern India, is practiced in bui…ldings somewhat like churches, and cinegogs, but Hindus practice in buildings known as "Mandirs". Hinduism is most commonly practiced in India, but can be found in many countries around the world. Hinduism is practiced all over the planet. The easiest and most concise answer that can be given is "Earth."
One of the thing that Hinduism practice is YOGA.
Hinduism is the third largest practiced religion in the world.It's a worship of many gods in forms of idols, symbols, animals.basically all organisms are symbolised as equals …in the hindu religion
Hinduism is practiced thourgh out India. In India there are morethan a billion Hindu followers
Mainly in Asia
Hinduism is practiced all over the world.
A person who adheres to Hinduism is called Hindu.
Hinduism is one of, if not the, most complex religions in the word having numerous deities and practices. Many of the practices vary region to region or even town to town. Tho…ugh almost al Hindu's practice rituals, these are usually done in the home. The rituals, upacharas, change with time. 0
Hindu practices to have a clean body and mind.All the Hindu rituals advocate good tradition to have a peaceful coexistence.
According to religioustolerance.org, there are 837 million followers of Hinduism in the world, about 13 percent of the world's population. See related links for more inform…ation.
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it is practiced in INDIA
Hinduism is not like any other Religion. It has no founder nor basic tenets. so it is the most free Religion on earth. There are no fundamental Hindus because there are no f…undamental principles to believe. You can live as non-believer also in Hindu Religion. It is not a sin. People practise religion in many ways. PRARTHANA ( Prayer ) ARAADHANA ( Worship) JAPA ( Chanting) DHYANA ( Meditation) ADHYANA ( Learn /Read holy texts) area few Practices. Japa ( Chanting/reciting holy names of Almighty - like hare Krishna) Dhyana ( Meditating - hundreds of ways to do this right from remembering the Sacred Syllable AUM ..viewing the light/lit lamp, view bruhmadhyam ( centre of forehead), focusing on ISHTADEVTA ( favourite Idol) Image, Kundalini Dhyana, Rajayoga dhyana, TM, an so on so forth) Living observing YAMA / NIYAMAS are also worshipping, Go to Temple and holy places and worship, Do achaaras, ADHYAYANA ( Learn) is another way. some people observe VRATAs (Fasting) others follow strictly YOGA & PRANAYAMA Practises. There are thousand practices to follow. There are no established hierarchical control like church in Hindu society. So you are a free bird to find your path.
in a Hindu mandir Aupmanyav adds: It can be done at home also. I am an atheist Hindu. I rarely go to temples.
Hinduism is practiced by almost a billion people all over the world.