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  1. Population. The total population of Trinidad and Tobago was 1,328,018 according to the 2011 census, [1] an increase of 5.2% since the 2000 census. According to the 2022 revision of the World Population Prospects [2] [3] the total population was estimated at 1,525,663 in 2021, compared to only 646,000 in 1950.

  2. The Caribbean Hindustani of Guyana is known as Guyanese Hindustani, Guyanese Bhojpuri, Puraniya Hindi, or Aili Gaili. It is spoken by some members in a community of 300,000 Indo-Guyanese, mostly by the older generation. [7] The Nickerian-Berbician Hindustani dialect of Guyanese Hindustani and Sarnami is spoken in East Berbice-Corentyne in ...

  3. AUM or OM is considered by the Arya Samaj to be the highest and most proper name of God. The earliest efforts to establish the Arya Samaj in Trinidad and Tobago were made by visiting missionaries in the beginning of the 20th century. In the 1930s their activities led to the establishment of a new organisation, which first was called the Arya ...

  4. At a UN World Con­fer­ence Against Racism in Dur­ban, South Africa, from Au­gust 31 to Sep­tem­ber 7, 2001, the in­jus­tices of the At­lantic slave trade, as well as of in­den­ture­ship were top­ics on the agen­da. At one of the ple­nary ses­sions, the in­jus­tice of the 100 years of steal­ing Hin­du prop­er­ty in Trinidad ...

  5. Television in Trinidad and Tobago was introduced in 1962 beginning with Trinidad & Tobago Television. TTT was the sole television station for 29 years being operated by the state until the first independently operated television station, the Caribbean Communications Network, CCN TV6 was launched in 1991 breaking the television monopoly market.

  6. In the Caribbean or West Indies, these jhandis are some 15–20 feet tall and located in the northeastern corner of the yard. In urbanized spaces, including American space, they may alternatively be located inside apartments or outside on small terraces (2–3 feet tall) and if placed in yards they are shorter (3–5 feet tall); they all look ...

  7. Hinduism is a major religion and one of the most-followed religions in Asia. In 2020, the total number of Hindus in Asia is more than 1.2 billion, more than 26.2% of Asia's total population. [1] [2] About 99.2% of the world's Hindus live in Asia, with India having 94% of the global Hindu population .