List of Hindu organisations

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Hinduism is practiced and preached by many Hindu organisations, each of which follows the variants and perspectives of all or particular philosophy propagated and transferred through generations by saints. Hinduism may be more of a custom or tradition of that part of the world which the great epics of Hinduism are supposed to depict. Hinduism is based on the Vedas, some of which are humanity's oldest inscriptions on life and spirituality. They differ on how to achieve life's ultimate goal – Atma Jnana or self-realisation. Devotees can choose any path depending on their individual natures.

This is a list of notable organisations related to Hinduism, Hindu nationalism and Hindutva.

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