Hinduism in Lithuania

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Hinduism is a minority religion and a fairly recent development in Lithuania. Hinduism is spread in Lithuania by Hindu organizations: ISKCON, Sathya Sai Baba, Brahma Kumaris and Osho Rajneesh.

ISKCON is the largest movement and oldest movement as the first Krishna followers date to 1979.[1] and has three centres in Lithuania in Vilnius, Klaipėda and Kaunas. According to a census in 2001, 265 people identified themselves as followers of Krishna movement.[2] The Sathya Sai Baba movement appeared in Lithuania around 1990 and according to the census had 107 followers even though they officially do not attempt to establish a new religion.[3]

Brahma Kumaris maintains the Centre Brahma Kumaris in Antakalnis, Vilnius.

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