Hinduism in Northern Ireland

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The following article is about Hinduism in Northern Ireland. For Hinduism in Ireland combined, see Hinduism in Ireland. For Hinduism in the Republic of Ireland, see Hinduism in the Republic of Ireland

Historical Population of Hindus
Year Pop. ±% p.a.
2001 825 —    
2011 2,382 +11.19%
Census data on the number of Hindus in Northern Ireland began in 2001.

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Hinduism is a relatively minor religion in Northern Ireland with only around 2400 Hindus in the country.[1] There are, however, 3 Mandirs in Belfast: Radha-Krishna Temple in Malone Road, Laxmi-Narayan Mandir in Clifton Street and Radha Madhava Mandir (ISKCON) in Upper Dunmurry Lane.[2] There is also a Hare Krishna Centre on Inish Rath Island that was established in 1985.[3]

Historical Percentage of Hindus in Northern Ireland
Year Percent Increase
2001 0.05% -
2011 0.13% +0.08%

Hindu Temples[edit]

List of Hindu temples in Northern Ireland, with all three being in Belfast.

Belfast[edit]

  • Laxmi-Narayan Mandir, Clifton Street, Carlisle Circus, Belfast[4]
  • Radha-Krishna Temple, 9 Malone Road , Belfast BT9 6RY[5]
  • Sri Sri Radha – Madhava Belfast Temple (ISKCON), 140 Upper Dunmurry Lane, Brooklands Grange, Belfast BT17 OHE[6]

See also[edit]


References[edit]

  1. ^ Programme 1 - Indian Community bbc.c.uk, accessed 10 January 2009
  2. ^ Mandirs in Northern Ireland National Hindu Students Forum, accessed 10 January 2009
  3. ^ The Hare Krishna Centre culturenorthernireland.org, accessed 10 January 2009
  4. ^ http://iccbelfast.com/aboutus.php
  5. ^ http://www.hinducounciluk.org/affiliates
  6. ^ ISKCON Belfast Retrieved 2012-02-21.