Question: Which is the fastest growing religion in Australia?

Hinduism is a minority religion in Australia consisting of more than 440,300 followers, making up 1.9% of the population as of the 2016 census. Hinduism is one of the fastest growing religion in Australia mostly through immigration.

Religion in AustraliaCatholicism (22.6%)Orthodox Christian (2.3%)Other Christian (4.2%)Islam (2.6%)Buddhism (2.4%)Hinduism (1.9%)Other religions (1.7%)Not stated or unclear (9.1%)More items

Is Sikhism the fastest growing religion in Australia?

Sikhism is a minority religion followed by 0.5% of the population of Australia. It is the fastest growing religion in Australia since 2011.

Which religion is growing at the fastest?

Islam is the worlds second-largest religion, after Christianity.

Which country is the fastest growing Hindu?

In 2010, only two countries in the world had a majority of its population as Hindus – Nepal and India. On Maritius, 48.14 percent of the population were Hindu, according to the 2015 census .By country.RegionSouth AsiaCountryBangladeshHindu total14,300,000Percentage8.54%Total population167,000,00084 more columns

Why is Hinduism the fastest-growing religion in Australia?

Hinduism is one of the fastest growing religion in Australia mostly through immigration. In the nineteenth century, the British first brought Hindus from India to Australia to work on cotton and sugar plantations.

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