Islam is the second-largest religion in India, with 14.2% of the country’s population, approximately 172.2 million people, identifying as adherents of Islam in the 2011 census.
Which religion makes up 80% of India’s population?
|Religious group||Population (2011) %||Growth (2001-2011)|
What will be the largest religion in 2050?
And according to a 2012 Pew Research Center survey, within the next four decades, Christians will remain the world’s largest religion; if current trends continue, by 2050 the number of Christians will reach 2.9 billion (or 31.4%).
Which is the largest growing religion in India?
India. Islam is the fastest-growing religion in India. Growth rate of Muslims has been consistently higher than the growth rate of Hindus, ever since the census data of independent India has been available.
What is the oldest religion?
The word Hindu is an exonym, and while Hinduism has been called the oldest religion in the world, many practitioners refer to their religion as Sanātana Dharma (Sanskrit: सनातन धर्म, lit.
Are there any Hindu in Pakistan?
Hinduism is the second largest religious affiliation in Pakistan after Islam.
Hinduism in Pakistan.
|4.44 million (2017 Census) (2.14% of Pakistan’s population)|
|Regions with significant populations|
Which religion is the most successful?
According to a study from 2015, Christians hold the largest amount of wealth (55% of the total world wealth), followed by Muslims (5.8%), Hindus (3.3%), and Jews (1.1%).
Which religion is best in the world?
Adherents in 2020
Who is the most powerful religion?
Major religious groups
- Christianity (31.2%)
- Islam (24.1%)
- No religion (16%)
- Hinduism (15.1%)
- Buddhism (6.9%)
- Folk religions (5.7%)
- Sikhism (0.3%)
- Judaism (0.2%)
In which country Hinduism is growing fast?
By total number, India has the most Hindus. As a percentage, Nepal has the largest percentage of Hindu population in the world followed by India and Mauritius.
Which religion is fastest growing in Russia?
Hinduism has been spread in Russia primarily due to the work of scholars from the religious organization International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) and by itinerant Swamis from India and small communities of Indian immigrants.