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  1. Hinduism in Trinidad and Tobago is the second largest religion. Hindu culture arrived to Trinidad and Tobago in 1845, with the arrival of the first Indian indentured laborers, the overwhelming majority of which were Hindu. [2] . According to the 2011 census there were 240,100 declared Hindus in Trinidad and Tobago. History [ edit]

  2. According to the most recent census (2011) conducted in Trinidad and Tobago, Hinduism is the religion followed by a plurality of Indo-Trinidadians. The breakdown of religious affiliation for Indo-Trinidadians is as follows - Hinduism – 49.54%; Islam – 11.64%; Pentecostalism/Evangelicalism/Full Gospel – 9.67%; Roman Catholicism ...

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  3. In Trinidad and Tobago (18.2 percent), Guyana (28.4 percent), and Suriname (22.3 percent), Hinduism is very visible as a major religion. Although substantially smaller, Hinduism in Jamaica, Martinique, Guadeloupe, and Belize is still practiced.

  4. 13 de sept. de 2022 · Trinidad Hinduism. David Émile Durkheim’s classical sociological formulations on religion highlight the significance of a religion in bestowing identity among its adherents and unifying them as a community ( 1965 ).

  5. 1 de ene. de 2015 · Definition. Hinduism in Trinidad and Tobago is a practically and discursively confected “world religion” produced beginning in the early twentieth century from a heterogeneous set of local Hindu practices and international models for Hindu social formation.

  6. 24 de feb. de 2014 · India plays a large role in the Indo-Trinidadian imagination. While Indo-Trinidadians insist on their commitment and loyalty to the nation of Trinidad and Tobago, they also express pride in their Indian ancestry. They don't see these two identities as necessarily in contradiction.