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Hinduism

The Kankali Devi Temple in Tigawa is considered to be one of the first free-standing temples in India (around 425). Kailasanatha Temple in Kanchipuram is considered a classic temple in South India (around 700). Ellora was completely carved out of the rock (around 775). Khajuraho is considered a classic temple in northern India (around 1050). Akshardham Temple in New Delhi (completed in 2005) is considered to be the largest fully covered Hindu temple in the world in terms of area. With around one billion followers and around 15% of the world's population, Hinduism is the third largest religion on earth after Christianity (around 31%) and Islam (around 23%).

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