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 although they officially have yet to attempt the establishment in Lithuania of that religion.[3]

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

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