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Fiji Religion

Fiji Religion is an amalgamation of major religions of the world as Fiji is a multi racial and multi cultural nation. One finds Hindus, Muslims, Christians, and Buddhists living in peace and harmony in Fiji.
You will find a number of Christian churches, Hindu Temples, Muslim Mosques and also the Sikh Temples. The religious policy of the government of Fiji is open to all religions.

Religion in Fiji is varied but Christianity is the most dominant religion. Almost 80% of the indigenous Fijians are followers of Christianity. The dominant church is that of the Methodist whereas the Anglicans, Catholics have also come up with new churches. Apart from Christianity, Hinduism has a strong influence on the Fiji Religion.

Fijians are highly religious. Visit any traditional Fijian village and get infused by Fiji Culture. Any common day in the village begins in a religious manner. As the sunrises there is a beating of luli drum the sound of which is supposed to awaken the Gods. The village churches are quite impressive architectural designs based on the wooden works. The matted floor gives the interior an ethnic touch.

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