Hinduism is a religion that mostly consists of people that live in India and Nepal, but the majority lives in India. I went on a trip to Mumbai, India to experience the Hinduism magic. I drove all over Mumbai and I was able to find three pretty nice temples that represent the Hindu religion. The Shree Siddhivinayak Temple was a really big temple that also looked like a castle if you ask me! The inside was even better as it was really colorful and had lots of statues like ancient elephants for example. The Mahalakshmi Temple was awesome too as the color really sticks out and is pretty lovely. The Iskcon Temple was nice too as the inside was mostly statues of some really nice architecture and ancient Indian women.
Buddhism is a religion that has a variety of traditions, beliefs, and spiritual practices. I decided to go to Mahayana, China. It was a very nice place with friendly people. I went to the Barabudur Temple there where these most fantastic statues in sitting position! The architecture was colorless, but it had meaning...
Judaism is the tenth-largest religion and I decided to go to Israel to learn more about it. I went to a synagogue in Jerusalem which was in fact the largest synagogue which is Belz Great Synagogue. The place is massive and I was told that it could seat up to 10,000 people. The architecture work put in to make the place was physically amazing. I also saw the Star of David a few times in there.
Christianity is the world's largest religion with over 2.4 billion followers. I wanted be at least in America, so I decided to go to the United States for Christianity. After some searching on the internet, I found out California is the state with the most Christian practitioners. I went to Glendale, California to see some nice and BIG churches to see the pastor preaching about the Son of God or the Messiah and how he rose from the dead to the little kids.
Islam is the world's second largest religion with over 1.7 billion followers. The Islam religion was founded by Muhammed and they only have one god. I talked to some people in Mecca, Saudi Arabia and I learned that they also believe in God, and that he incomparable and that worshipping him is the reason to live. I went this gigantic square of people and I saw the Mecca in the city of Mecca. Weird, right? There was hundreds of Muslims there by the sight of my eye. The Mecca must have been very popular!