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Hinduism is the fastest growing religion in Australia
Hinduism seemed to be the fastest growing religion in Australia in the span of last 25 years, increasing from 0.3 per cent in the 1991 census to 1.9 per cent of the population in 2016 census, numbering at 440,300.

According to information from Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) release sourced from 2016 census and dated June 27; "No Religion" is now the largest group in Australia at 30.1 per cent of the population, followed by Catholics at 22.6 per cent and Anglicans at 13.3 per cent. Young adults (aged 18-34 years) were more likely to report not having a religion. Men were more likely than women to say they had no religion. Tasmania had the highest proportion of people (38.2 per cent) stating that they did not have a religion.

On June 27 at 7 pm, the resident population of Australia was projected to be 24,570,122, where there is overall total population increase of one person every one minute and 23 seconds.

Meanwhile, distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, congratulated the Hindu community in Australia for continuing with the traditional values of hard work, higher morals, stress on education, sanctity of marriage, etc, amidst so many distractions.

ABS, Australia's national statistical agency, whose Vision is "Unleashing the power of statistics for a better Australia", was established as a Statutory Authority in the Australian Bureau of Statistics Act 1975; although statistics were collected by each state in 1901. Headquartered in Canberra, it is headed by the Australian Statistician David W Kalisch.

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