Bangladesh Religion – Muslim Hindu Buddhis Christian

Islam is the main Bangladesh religion with 89 percent Muslims. Other religious are Hinduism (9.5%), Christianity, Buddhism and Others.

Religion in bangladesh – The conversion of the Islam began in Bangladesh (South Asia) in the 13 th century. The Hindus who were poor or neglected often become Muslims. Another main reason of conversion was brotherhood, equality, justice in family and social life attracted Hindus and Buddhists to became Muslims. Religious saints, known as Pirs in Bangladesh, those had vast knowledge about Islam were the responsible for conversions.

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Bangladesh  Religion


Bangladesh  Religion – Muslims

The majority of Muslims are Sunni are living everywhere of Bangladesh. Small group are Shia, reside in the city area. The Shia observe commemorating the martyrdom of Hazrat Ali’s (PBUH) Sons, Hasan and Husayn. Hasan and Husayn also grandsons of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.A.W).

The Islam plays an importance role in the daily life of the Muslims of Bangladesh as religious festivals like Eid ul Fitr, Eid ul Azah, Marriage, death and other religious practices.

The other religions of Bangladesh are Hinduism, Christianity, Buddhism and others can perform their religious festivals without any apprehension.

Bangladesh  Religion – Hindu

Hinduism is the 2nd largest religious in Bangladesh and third largest Hindu living country of the World after India and Nepal. There are 9.5% hindus of total population in Bangladesh. Most of the Hindus are living in Barisal, Khulna, Dinajpur, Jessore and Faridpur. And small group of Hindus are living with Muslims communities in the villages of Bangladesh with harmony.

Bangladesh Religion

Baitul Mukarram- National Mosque of Bangladesh

Bangladesh  Religion – Christian

Christianity had arrived in Bangladesh during laArmenian Church of the Holy Resurrectio-Dhakate 16 th Century to early 17 th century from Portuguese as traders and through missionaries. Temple-BangladeshChristians about 0.6% of the total population. Most of the Christians living in Bangladesh are Roman Catholic and part of Roman Catholic Church and others are Protestants.

Bangladesh Religion – Buddhisbauddha vihara Bangladesh

There are about 0.7% percent of total population Buddhism in Bangladesh. They are living in the South Eastern region specially in Chittagong Hill Tracks, Chittagong & Comilla district. Buddhists from Chittagong Hill Tracks from Chakma, Marma, Chak, Khyang & Tanchungya. Animism followers are also from Buddhism.

People of all religion of bangladesh living with harmony without any conflict. All are peaceful and helping minded.

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