As the world's oldest known religion, Hinduism stemmed from cultural and religious changes occurring in India as opposed to a single founder or founding incident. As of 2015, 13.8 percent of the world's population is Hin... More »

Hinduism is one-of-a-kind among world religions because it has no set place of origin according to Patheos. Philosophers and religious gurus who follow Hinduism understand the religion to have always existed within its o... More »

No one knows exactly why Hinduism started or even how it began. Traditionally, the belief was that the foundations for Hinduism were laid by the Aryans when they moved into the region of modern India in about 1500 B.C. T... More »

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Hinduism did not begin with a specific founder, text or point in time, but the earliest evidence of religious activity in India dates back to 5,500 B.C.E. However, The blending of Vedic and non-Vedic ideas made the pract... More »

www.reference.com World View Religion Hinduism

The religion of Hinduism has its roots in India. However, the great age of Hinduism makes it extremely difficult to precisely pinpoint when the religion started in India. More »

Hinduism is the third-largest religion in the world after Christianity and Islam, as well as the world's oldest religion. Approximately 15.1% percent of the world's population is Hindu, including 79.8% of the population ... More »

Hinduism is unique in that it does not have a founder. Instead, modern Hinduism has evolved to include many different movements and sects due to political differences, referencing many different religious figures and lea... More »