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-'''Indian religions''' is a classification for religions that originated in the [[Indian subcontinent]]; namely [[Hinduism]], [[Jainism]], [[Buddhism]] and [[Sikhism]].<ref name = EB>Adams, C. J., [http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-38030/classification-of-religions Classification of religions: Geographical], [[Encyclopaedia Britannica]], 2007. Accessed: July 15, 2010</ref> These [[religion]]s are also classified as [[Eastern religions]]. Although Indian religions are connected through the [[history of India]], they constitute a wide range of religious communities and Indian religions are not confined to the Indian subcontinent.+'''Indian religions''' is a classification for [[religion]]s that originated in the [[Indian subcontinent]]; namely [[Hinduism]], [[Jainism]], [[Buddhism]] and [[Sikhism]]. These [[religion]]s are also classified as [[Eastern religions]]. Although Indian religions are connected through the [[history of India]], they constitute a wide range of religious communities and Indian religions are not confined to the Indian subcontinent.
==See also== ==See also==
* [[Indian philosophy]] * [[Indian philosophy]]
 +* [[Karma]]
* [[History of Yoga]] * [[History of Yoga]]
* [[Religion in India]] * [[Religion in India]]
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* [[Buddhism and Jainism]] * [[Buddhism and Jainism]]
* [[Indology]] * [[Indology]]
- +* [[Upanisads]]
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Indian religions is a classification for religions that originated in the Indian subcontinent; namely Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism. These religions are also classified as Eastern religions. Although Indian religions are connected through the history of India, they constitute a wide range of religious communities and Indian religions are not confined to the Indian subcontinent.

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