Most followers of Hinduism live in India. Hinduism was also started in India.
The sacred site of Hinduism is the Ganges River. People go there to purify their souls and to be released from rebirth.
The sacred text of Hinduism is the Vedas, and the sacred symbol is the Om. The Om is the sound made during prayers, rituals, and mantras.
The main celebration of Hinduism is Holi, a festival that celebrates good over evil and the beginning of spring.
Hindus believe in one god whose qualities are represented by various other divinities. Brahma is creativity. Vishnu is sustainability, and Shiva is destructivity. Hindus belive in reincarnation, karma, and dharma.
Hinduism developed among the cultures in India as they spread out over the pains and forests of the subcontinent. It has no single founder or founding date.