The Sachar Committee Report shows that the Muslim Population Growth has slowed down and will be on par with national averages. The Sachar Committee Report estimated that the Muslim proportion will stabilise at between 17% and 21% of the Indian population by 2100.
India's religious composition largely stable since Partition
Between 1951 and 2011, Muslims grew by 4.4 percentage points to 14.2% of the population, while Hindus declined by 4.3 points to 79.8%. Christians have made up between 2% and 3% of India's population in every census since 1951.
By 2030 Muslims are projected to represent about 26.4% of the global population (out of a total of 7.9 billion people). According to a 2019 study by the Pew Research Center; "around the globe, Muslims have higher fertility rates than Christians on average.
According to official data, the demographic ratio of India shows an increase in Muslims from 9.8% in 1951 to 14.2% in 2011, when the last Census was held, and a decline in Hindus from 84.1% to 79.8%. However, the increase in the Muslim population is just 4.4% points in 60 years.
In the instance of Pakistan, it made palpable a hitherto only-imagined refuge for the Muslims of British India. The migrations took place hastily and with little warning. It is thought that between 14 million and 18 million people moved, and perhaps more.
Biggest Mass Migration
Based on 1951 census of displaced persons, 7,226,000 Muslims went to Pakistan from India while 7,249,000 Hindus and Sikhs moved to India from Pakistan immediately after partition.
In 2021, 209 Christians converted to Hinduism, while 32 Muslims converted to Hinduism in Kerala.
India. Islam is the fastest-growing religion in India. Growth rate of Muslims has been consistently higher than the growth rate of Hindus, ever since the census data of independent India has been available. For example, during the 1991–2001 decade, Muslim growth rate was 29.5% (vs 19.9% for Hindus).
The main reasons for Islam's growth ultimately involve simple demographics. To begin with, Muslims have more children than members of the seven other major religious groups analyzed in the study.
Due to these factors, India's Muslim community will expand faster than its Hindu population, rising from 14.4% in 2010 to 18.4% in 2050. But, even with this increase, Hindus will make up more than three-in-four Indians (76.7%) in 2050.
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However, this YES can be true only if Muslims implement, practice, and make Al-Quran and the Sunnah part and parcel of our daily lives. In other words, we, Muslims, can rise again and lead the whole world if and only if Islam is really being our way of life, not a wish to have it as a way of life.
Islam becomes the fastest growing religion in Japan, according to recent study. ?? The number of Muslims living in Japan, though small, has more than doubled in the past decade, from 110,000 in 2010 to 230,000 at the end of 2019.
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Studies estimated about 30,000 converting to Islam annually in the United States. According to The New York Times, an estimated 25% of American Muslims are converts, these converts are mostly African American.
Islam came to India in the 10th century when the Ghaznavids, a Turkic tribe, annexed the area now known as Punjab.
In more than 15 ahadith found in the Sahih of Imam Bukhari, Sunnan of Imam Abu Dawwud, Jamii of Imam Tirmidhi and others, the prophet (saws) said Islam has a specific lifespan on earth, these Ahadith state Allah gave Islam 1500 years then relatively soon after this He would establish the Hour, we are now in the year ...
Individuals are motivated to convert for many reasons: some relate to personal transformation and identity, others to external social and political factors. Theological explanations are often given, and many converts consider themselves destined or called by God to turn to Islam.
Islam is indeed a misunderstood religion. Such is the misunderstanding and the prejudice against it that Muslim and non-Muslim alike often regard it as an impediment, as a barrier to good peaceful relations between Muslims and non- Muslims and even between Muslims and Muslims.
96.47% are Muslims, followed by 2.14% Hindus, 1.27% Christians, 0.09% Ahmadi Muslims and 0.02% others. These are some maps of religious minority groups. The 2017 census showed an increasing share in Hinduism, mainly caused by a higher birth rate among the impoverished Hindus of Sindh province.
However, due to this small initial population base, immigration from Muslim majority countries has made Islam the fastest growing religion in the country in terms of percentage increase, with its followers growing by 110%, from 110,000 in 2010 to 230,000 at the end of 2019, out of the total population of Japan of ...
Hindu population in Pakistan has grown at a faster pace than in India.
Conversion by Muslims to other faiths is forbidden under most interpretations of sharia and converts are considered apostates (non-Muslims, however, are allowed to convert into Islam).