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Balinese society is highly structured and communal.
The powerful village unit, or banjar, determines most community affairs.
Sharif referred to historic examples to elaborate that it was a part of the Islamic faith to treat the majority and minorities equally.
He said that Muslims, Christians, Hindus, Sikhs, Parsis and Baha'is are working hand-in-hand to defend the country and contribute their share to its peace and prosperity.
The third largest religion in the world – after Christianity and Islam – Hinduism accounts for roughly 14% of the global population, with approximately 2 million Hindus living in the United States.
Among its most familiar texts are the Bhagavad Gita, though the Vedas are considered the authoritative guiding text by which one’s life is shaped.
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Because there is no central Hindu authority, attitudes to LGBTQ issues vary at different temples and ashrams.
Islamabad: Pakistan will soon be recognised as a "minorities-friendly country", Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday as he ordered renovation of Katas Raj complex, one the most sacred places of Hindus in the Muslim-majority country.
Pakistan is pursuing policies to establish the country's identity as a minority-friendly country and followers of all religions have equal rights in the country, Sharif said speaking at the Katas Raj Temples Complex in Chakwal. The prime minister said he has advised government officials to spare no efforts in hosting pilgrims and the protection and expansion of minorities' places of worship.
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Hindu sacred texts, however, do not distinguish between heterosexual and homosexual acts.