Why do people of the Hindu faith marry?
The most popular Hindu religion is a collection of deities called Hinduism, and most of them are worshipped as gods, but a small minority of Hindus are also known as “Lilith Astrologers”.
Liliths are a small subset of the religion.
According to Hindu tradition, they are not supposed to be married.
But it is widely accepted in India that they do, as a sign of respect for their goddess.
The practice of dating and finding a husband has been common in Hinduism for thousands of years, and many of the people who marry into the religion have a wife or two.
However, the number of marriages among the more than 3.5 billion people of India has dwindled over the past century, with a declining number of women marrying into the community.
According the census in 2015, only 7.5 per cent of married Hindu women were Hindu.
This was the lowest number in over a century, and the proportion of women who married outside the community was the highest since the 1920s.
According to the census, the Hindu community in India had more than 1.4 billion members in 2015.
Around 7 per cent were Hindu, and another 1.7 per cent, mainly Muslims, were Hindus.
The remaining 90 per cent belonged to other religions.