Hinduism does not have one particular origin. Rather, it is the name for the collection spiritual practices and religious beliefs that developed over thousands of years in India.
Due to the way the Hinduism developed, there are many ways to practice Hinduism. In that sense, Hinduism could be called a collection of religions, as it contains many different sects and practices within it, according to the website Patheos. It also differs from other religions, in that it does not have a definable founder, nor does it have only one sacred text. Today, about 900 million people follow some form of Hinduism across the globe, according to the BBC.