What is the population of Hindu in Myanmar?

How many Indian live in Myanmar?

According to the Singhvi Committee Report, the total Indian population in Myanmar is estimated to be 2.9 million, of which 2,500,000 are PIO, 2,000 are Indian citizens, and 400,000 are stateless.

In which country Hinduism is growing fast?

In 2010, only two countries in the world had a majority of its population as Hindus – Nepal and India. On Maritius, 48.14 percent of the population were Hindu, according to the 2015 census.

By country.

Region South Asia
Country Bangladesh
Hindu total 14,300,000
Percentage 8.54%
Total population 167,000,000

What is the religious population of Myanmar?

Most of the Burmese population identify as Buddhist (87.9%). However, there are also significant minorities of Christians (6.2%) and Muslims (4.3%), as well as some Animists (0.8%) and Hindus (0.5%). Generally speaking, one’s religious identity is related to ethnic origins.

Is Burma a Hindu country?

Hinduism is practised by 1.7% of the population of Myanmar. Hinduism is practised by about 890,000 people in Myanmar, and has been influenced by elements of Buddhism, with many Hindu temples in Myanmar housing statues of the Buddha.

Population by State/Region.

State/Region Hindus %
Bago 2%
Mon 1%
Yangon 1%
Kayin 0.6%

Is Myanmar friend of India?

India and Myanmar signed a Treaty of Friendship in 1951. The visit of the Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in 1987 laid the foundations for a stronger relationship between India and Myanmar. A number of agreements enhancing bilateral Cooperation have been signed between the two countries.

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Which religion is fastest-growing in world?

Modern growth. Islam is the fastest-growing religion in the world. In 1990, 1.1 billion people were Muslims, while in 2010, 1.6 billion people were Muslims.

Which religion is fastest-growing 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. For example, during the 1991-2001 decade, Muslim growth rate was 29.5% (vs 19.9% for Hindus).