The news was first published on December 12, 2018, and was written by a Times of America correspondent.
In an editorial entitled “Hindish is the only word in Hindi”, the paper noted that the language is not only spoken by the majority of Indians, but that “the word itself is part of a global linguistic mosaic”.
The article added that “Hinduism is the world’s second largest religion, with over five billion followers”.
In the US, there are more than 5.7 million Hindus in the population, with about 1.3 million members of the Christian community, the Times of Israel said.
In the Indian subcontinent, the Hindu population is estimated at about 1 million, according to the Indian Statistical Institute.
“The world’s largest Hindu community, Hindus represent an estimated 80 per cent of the world population,” it said.
India’s Congress party has previously defended the right of Hindu people to speak their religion, saying “in the age of globalisation, the Indian nation must remain rooted in its Hindu roots”. “
They are the third largest religious group in the world behind Muslims and Christians.”
India’s Congress party has previously defended the right of Hindu people to speak their religion, saying “in the age of globalisation, the Indian nation must remain rooted in its Hindu roots”.
It has been criticised for “trying to impose its ideology” on others.
It also has a long-running feud with the country’s dominant political party, the Bharatiya Janata Party, which it accuses of “political bias” and “indoctrinating” Hindu students.
The BJP has been at loggerheads with the Congress party in the past.
The Congress party is India’s second-largest political party.