Religions Of Meghalaya Are Highly Influenced By The Cultural Background Of The State. The Maximum Quantum Of Khasi And Garo People Are Practitioners Of Christianity In Meghalaya. The People Who Belong To The Hajong Tribe Are Mostly Hindus And Are Estimated To Be Around 97 Percent In Number.

The Garo People Have Their Own Religion Known As Songsarek But, Are Followed By A Very Small Population. Some Garos Are Hindus Whereas, Others Follow Buddhism. Khasi People Too Have Their Own Religion Followed By A Large Group Of People And Is Known As Niam Shnong Or Niamtre. There Is Also A Small Population Of Khasi People Who Practice Islam. Kuki-Chen People Are Mostly Christians While Rabha And Koch Tribes Include A Majority Of Hindu Practitioners.

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