Hindu

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Hindu

, Hindoo
1. a person who adheres to Hinduism
2. an inhabitant or native of Hindustan or India, esp one adhering to Hinduism
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The growing incidents of discriminatory practices against Dalits, other members of lower castes in India , and minorities reflect the oppressive character of the caste system embedded in the Hindu religion and culture.
Besides Golwalkar defined Hindu religion and nation, nevertheless, he also used virulent language especially aimed at Muslims.
I really appreciate your interest regarding Hindu religion.
A number of Muslims have been attacked by right-wing Hindu groups for allegedly slaughtering cows -- a sacred animal in the Hindu religion -- or eating beef.
He said that the prevailing situation in India is not only a loss for minorities but is also bringing a bad name for Hindu religion.
The caste system, associated with the Hindu religion, divides people into groups each linked with a restricted range of jobs.
He said Hindu religion has worked for the benefit of nature, including wildlife, through the scientific way of life.
Those who do not accept and practice principles that make the core of the Hindu religion and philosophy, are taking recourse to unproven science.
The court found that the practice is "not an essential part of the Hindu religion.
This handbook is a unique and groundbreaking attempt at developing an understanding about the economic and business thinking and practices observed among the adherents of the Hindu religion.
Cows are sacred in the Hindu religion and the nuptials were organised by Ganga's guardian, Gopal Patwari, to save the harvest in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India.
Tulsi plant and leaves are considered sacred in the Hindu religion.