Hinduism is one of the oldest religions in the world, and it has a long history in Korea. According to the Korea District Religion Data, there are 658,917 people living in Korea, and 91.70% of them are Hindu. This makes Hinduism the largest religion in the country.

The history of Hinduism in Korea dates back to the 4th century CE, when Hindu traders from India and Southeast Asia began to settle in the region. Over the centuries, Hinduism spread throughout the country, and today it is the most widely practiced religion in Korea.

Hinduism is a polytheistic religion, and its main deities are Shiva, Vishnu, and Brahma. Hindus in Korea also worship other gods and goddesses, such as Ganesha, Lakshmi, and Saraswati. Hinduism is a major influence on Korean culture, and many of the country’s festivals and rituals are based on Hindu beliefs.

Hinduism is also the main religion of the Korean diaspora. Many Korean Hindus have emigrated to other countries, such as the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. There are also large Hindu communities in countries such as Japan, China, and Thailand.

Despite its long history in Korea, Hinduism is still a minority religion in the country. According to the Korea District Religion Data, only 3.93% of the population is Muslim, and 1.43% is Christian. Other religions, such as Buddhism and Confucianism, are also practiced in the country.

Hinduism is an important part of Korean culture, and it has had a major influence on the country’s history and development. Despite its minority status, Hinduism continues to be an important part of the Korean religious landscape.

By Influencer Magazine UK