The United States is the world’s second-leading destination for Hindu
migrants, after India; according to a new study by The Pew Forum on
Religion & Public Life.
The report, titled “The Religious
Affiliation of International Migrants”, points out that Hindu migrants
come mostly from India and Bangladesh and a much smaller numbers have
come from the Pacific region known as Oceania (particularly Fiji) and
the Caribbean (particularly Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana). USA has an
estimated 1.3 million first-generation (foreign-born) Hindu immigrants,
most of whom have arrived in recent decades.
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