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There are 5000 to 6000Hindus are there in Finland majority comprises from India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Finland acquired a significant Hindu population for the first time around the turn of the 21st century due to the recruitment of information technology workers from India by companies such as Nokia.
However, according to an another estimate in 2011,there are 524 Hindus in Finland.
In 2009, Hindu leaders in Finland protested the inclusion of a photograph that "denigrates Hinduism" in an exhibit at the Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art. The museum later removed the reference to Hinduism from the photograph.
- Ananda Marga including the Sunrise Kindergarten in Espoo
- Chinmoy Mission
- Brahma Kumaris, Helsinki
- Sathya Sai Organisation
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- Finland Prime Minister office forwards for further action Hindus request of nude photo removal Archived 2012-05-27 at the Wayback Machine. American Chronicle.
- Heeding agitated Hindus, Helsinki museum removes word “Hinduism” from nude man photo. PR Log.
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- "Krishnaliike/ISKCON Suomessa". Uskonnot Suomessa -hanke (in Finnish). 15 May 2018. Retrieved 2018-06-24.
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