Hinduism is a minority religion in Ireland, which is made up of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. As of the 2011 Censuses, which were held in both regions, the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland had 10,688 and 2,382 Hindus respectively. Between the 2001/2 and 2011 Censuses, the number of Hindus in Ireland tripled from slightly under 4,000 to over 13,000. Various Hindu temples have been constructed to accommodate Irish Hindus in both regions.
Combined Hindu Population of Ireland
Hindu Population in the Republic of Ireland
Hindu Population in Northern Ireland
Censuses in Northern Ireland are every 10 years.
Historical Hindu Percentage of the Total Ireland Population
Despite most of the Hindu Temples in Ireland being in the Republic of Ireland, there are a few Hindu Temples in Northern Ireland. The number of Hindu temples in Ireland have grown immensely since the beginning of the 21st century, like the total population of Hindus in Ireland.