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Population by Religion in India
Religious Population in India - India is home to many famous religions and cultures in the world. Various religions like Hinduism apart from Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism started in India. With 80% of India's population, Hinduism is the most dominant religions in India. Islam is the second most dominant religion in the country with 13% Muslim population. Sikhs and Christians are also present in the country but in a very small number. Hindu religion is present in almost every nook and corner of the country. Sikh community has a stronghold in the state of Punjab with more than 60% of Sikh population. Despite of all these, the people of India celebrates every festival with equal devotion. In Mumbai Eid and Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated both by Hindus and Muslims. The annual Kumbh Mela witnesses million of Hindus gathering from around the world. People of India present a unique way of life by celebrating each festival and holiday with great religious dedication. There are no religious discrepancies in India. Know more Religious Population in India:
Religious Population in India
According to 2011 Population Census
|Religion||Population in Numbers||Per cent of the Population|
|Other Religions & Persuasions (ORP)||0.79 crore||0.7%|
|Religion not Stated||0.29 crore||0.2%|