Hinduism in the West Indies

Hinduism In The West Indies

Hinduism in the West Indies

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Hinduism is the leading single religion of the Indo-Caribbean communities of the West Indies. Hindus are particularly well represented in Trinidad and Tobago, where they constituted 25 percent of the total population, as of 1995. Smaller groups of Indo-Caribbeans live elsewhere in the Caribbean, especially Guyana, Suriname, Jamaica, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Barbados, Martinique and Guadeloupe.

Hinduism in Anguilla

The total Hindu population of Anguilla is just 45, according to the census of 2001. Virtually all are recent immigrants from India.

Hinduism in Antigua and Barbuda

The percentage of Hinduism in Antigua and Barbuda is 0.1%. The population is made up of Indian immigrants, and also a tiny population from Pakistan.

Hinduism in Barbados

Today, Barbados has 2,000 Indians living in the country. They came as recently immigrants from Guyana. Because of the huge Indian population, Hinduism became one of the growing religions of Barbados.

Hinduism in Bermuda

Most of the Hindus in Bermuda are of Sri Lankan or Tamil descent. The population of Hindu's in Bermuda is 0.2%

Hinduism in Cayman Islands

Hinduism is probably the smallest religion in Cayman Islands. There were just 98 Hindus in Caymans according to 2000 census (Accounting for 0.25% of the population). Even the Bahá'í community was three times bigger, at 0.77% and the Jews numbered 1.77%.

Hinduism in Dominican Republic

Buddhism and Hinduism are both...
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