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Pew Forum Survey – Hindus in United States Better Educated and Earn More

A recent survey conducted by ‘The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life’ indicate that Hindus in the United States are better educated and are like to earn more. The survey is based on interviews with more than 35,000 Americans aged 18 and older. Majority of the people who follow Hinduism in US are immigrants from India. The survey is titled ‘U.S. Religious Landscape Survey’ and was conducted between May and August of 2007.Some of the important findings regarding Hindus and Hindu religion in the United States from The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life survey.Hindus account for approximately 0.4% of the total population.EducationNearly Half of the Hindus is United States have obtained post graduated education.
Only 4% of Hindus have education less than High School.
12% High School Grade.
10% some college.
26% college graduate.
43% Post Graduate.IncomeHigh education the reason for high income levels in Hindus.
9% of Hindus earn less than $30,000 annually.
10% of Hindus earn between $30…

Ramesh Balsekar Quotes on Consciousness

Consciousness is the One without the second; the Source of everything. The totality of manifestation, and everything therein, is Consciousness Itself.

There is no individual entity as insubstantial shadow, whereas what we really and truly are, is Consciousness Itself, the formless Brahmn.Whether the manifested universe exists or not, Consciousness is there as the subjective Absolute... There is no relationship between Consciousness and the universe. The truth is that Consciousness alone exists and is immanent in what appears as the universe.God is that formless subjectivity, pure Potential, the infinite, universal Consciousness which alone exists even after the cosmic dissolution.The final truth, as Ramana Maharishi, Nisargadutta Maharaj and sages before them have clearly stated, is that there is neither creation nor destruction, neither birth nor death, neither destiny nor free will, neither any path nor any achievement.Ramesh Balsekar(Source: Speaking Tree section in Times of India)

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