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Siddha.com.my is a website that presents an authoritative summary of the Beliefs & Practices of the Saivite Hindu Religion in 180 languages of the world, thereby making it available to 99% of humanity in their own language and cultural ethos and make Hinduism a universal heritage. It belongs to all. In the process it is envisioned that these language-cultures are enriched with the ethos of the Hindu religion and culture, as well as make Hinduism truly global.

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European:
Albanian
Armenian
Belarusian
Bulgarian
Catalan
Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dutch
Esperanto
Estonian
Finnish
Greek
Goergian
German
Hungarian
Italian
Irish
Latin
Latvian
Lithuanian
Macedonian
Polish
Romanian
Slovak
Slovenian
Swedish
Ukranian
Welsh

Central Asia:
Azerbaijani

West Asia:
Turkish
Hebrew
Farsi / Persian
Arabic

Africa:
Afrikaans
Swahili

South Asian:
Telugu
Kannada
Bengali
Urdu

South East Asian:
Khmer
Lao
Vietnamese
Filipino
Thai


To be Translated

European:
Bosnian
Scottish Gaelic
Tartar

Central Asia:
Uzbek, Northern
Tajik
Kirghiz
Kazakh

West Asia:
Turkmen
Kurdi (Southern Kurdish)
Kurmanji (Northern Kurdish)

South Asia:
Malayalam
Oriya
Punjabi
Kashmiri
Assamese
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Balochi Eastern
Pashto Southern
Nepali
Sinhala
Dzongkha (Bhutan)
Khasi (Meghalaya)
Garo (Tripura)
Nagapidgin (Nagamese)
Meitei (Manipuri)
Chakma (Mizoram)
Bodo (Assam)

East Asian:
Mongol, Halh
Tibetan

South East Asian:
Javanese
Khmer
Burmese
Lao
Filipino (Modern Tagalog)
Thai
Iban
Kadazan/Dusun
Karen, Pwo Eastern
Karen S'Gaw
Mon
Shan

Pacific:
Samoan
Maori
Fijian
Tahitian
Chamorrow
Tongan
Tok Pisin
Bislama

South America:
Quechua, Cuzco
Aymara, Central
Guarani, Paraguayan

African:

Mbunda
Umbundu
Moore
Fulfulde, Adamawa
Kituba (Kikongo-Kituba)
Kongo
Lingala (Ngala)
Luba-Kasai (Tshiluba)
Mongo-Nkundu
Amharic
Oromo, Borana-Arsi-Guji
Oromo, Eastern
Oromo, West Central
Somali, Standard
Tigrigna
Gikuyu (Kikuyu)
Luo
Luyia
Sotho, Northern (Pedi)
Sotho,Southern (Sesotho)

Malagasy, Standard
Nyanja
Hausa
Igbo
Kanuri
Yoruba
Rwanda
Wolof
Tsonga
Xhosa
Zulu
Sukuma
Swahili (Kiswahili)
Ganda (Luganda)
Shona
Akan
Jula
Rundi
Bamanankan (Bambara)
Tswana
Bemba(Chibemba)
Nyanja (Chewa)
Tumbuka
Zarma (Djerma)
Ewe
Fang
Fon-Gbe
Kabiye
Mandinka
Mende
Pulaar
Sango
Soninke
Swazi (swati, siswati)
Temne (themne)
Tonga (of zambia)
Serer-sine
Kwanyama
Krio (Creole)
Ngambay (Sara)
Hassaniya

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