According to the 2017 census results, the population is 1.6 percent Hindu, 1.6 percent Christian, 0.2 percent Ahmadi Muslim, and 0.3 percent others, to include Bahais, Sikhs, and Zoroastrians.
Are there Christians in Pakistan?
According to the 2017 Census, Muslims make up 96.2 percent of Pakistans population, Hindus 1.6 percent, Christians 1.59 percent, Scheduled Castes 0.25 percent, Ahmadis 0.22 percent, and other minorities 0.07 percent.
Which God is Worshipped in Pakistan?
Shiva is a Hindu deity worshipped by Shaivaites in India as well as Pakistan as the destroyer of ignorance spread all across the universe. As one of the three main gods in the Hindu pantheon, there are temples dedicated to his worship in India and Pakistan as well (and abroad).
Is Christianity banned in Pakistan?
Several hundred Christians, along with Muslims themselves (though much fewer in comparison), have been prosecuted under Pakistans blasphemy laws, and death sentences have been handed out to at least a dozen. Pakistani law mandates that any blasphemies of the Quran are to be met with punishment.
Is Bangladesh Shia or Sunni?
The majority of Muslims in Bangladesh are Sunni, although other Muslim demographics within Bangladesh include Shiites, Quranists, Ahmadis, Mahdavia and non-denominational Muslims.