What is the main religion practiced by the people in India?
The main religion practiced by the people in India is Hinduism.
The majority of people in India are Hindus and their religion is called Hinduism. One of the names of India is Hindustan which means home of Hindus. Around 80% of the population are Hindus. Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism are the four main religions in India. Others religious groups include Islam, Christianity and various types of Paganism.
Yes; it depends on the religious group. Many Native American peoples continue to follow their ancestral religions. African religions are still practiced--and in India the "indigenous" religion is the main form of religion. Many Japanese still practice Shintoism and many Koreans still practice shamanism.
The main main religions of Nigeria are Islam and Christianity. In the country, Islam accounts for 50.5% (~74,740,000 practitioners) of religion practiced while Christianity accounts for 48.2% (~71,336,000 practitioners) of religion practiced. This leaves 1.4%, or roughly 2,000,000 people that practice other religions, which includes: Judaism Hinduism Bahá'i Chrislam And religious organizations such as: The Grail Movement The Rosicrucian Order Freemasonry The Reformed Ogboni Fraternity