List of Hindus

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This is an incomplete list, which can or may never satisfy any subjective standard for completeness. Revisions and additions are welcome.

The following is a list of prominent and famous people who are Hindus.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Bhosale
Narain Karthikeyan

Monarchs / National leaders / Politicians[edit]

Maurya Dynasty (324 BC-184 BC)

. Gupta Dynasty (319–543)

Pallava Dynasty

Chola Dynasty (1st century to 1279)

Rajput Monarchs

Jat Monarchs

Vijayanagar Empire

Maratha Emperors (1674–1818)

Wodeyars of Mysore (1399–1950)

Nair monarchs

Nepal

Cambodia

  • Chenla Kingdom
    • Bhavavarman I (550–600 AD)
    • Mohendravarman 600–616
    • Isanavarman I 616–635
    • Bhavavarman II 639–657
    • Jayavarman I 657–681
    • Queen Jayavedi 681–713
    • Sambhuvarman 713–716
    • Pushkaraksha 716–730
    • Sambhuvarman (730–760AD)
    • Rajendravarman (760–780 AD)
    • Mahipativarman (780–788 AD)

Indonesia

20th century

Military

Business leaders / Top executives[edit]

India

Overseas

Founder / Entrepreneurs / Venture Capitalists


Business Executives

Former Executives

Writers / Poets[edit]

Ancient times to 19th century

20th century

Scholar[edit]

Scientists / Inventors / Engineers / Doctors[edit]

Ancient times to 19th century

Information Technology[edit]

Mathematicians[edit]

Musicians / Singers / Dancers[edit]

Film Producers / Directors / Actors[edit]

Sports figures[edit]

Chess

Tennis

Formula One Racing

Cricket

Hockey

Badminton

Shooting

Other sports

Activists[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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