Hinduism in Latvia

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Hinduism in Latvia is a minor religion, spread mainly by ISKCON and Brahma Kumaris.

ISKCON started in Latvia in the early eighties. As of April 2006, 11 congregations of Hare Krishna ISKCON are registered in Latvia.[1] In 2005, Hare Krishna gave its membership figures as 127 to the Justice Ministry.[1] ISKCON maintains a temple in Riga and organizes annual festival Ratha Yatra.

Brahma Kumaris have three centres in Latvia: in Riga, Daugavpils, and Rēzekne.[2]

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