Question: What religion is a Gypsy?

Those in Western Europe and the United States are mostly Roman Catholic or Protestant. In southern Spain, many Roma are Pentecostal, but this is a small minority that has emerged in contemporary times. In Egypt, the Roma are split into Christian and Muslim populations.

What is the main religion of Gypsies?

The Roma do not follow a single faith; rather, they often adopt the predominant religion of the country where they are living, according to Open Society, and describe themselves as many stars scattered in the sight of God. Some Roma groups are Catholic, Muslim, Pentecostal, Protestant, Anglican or Baptist.

What caste are Gypsies?

A new study by Indian and Estonian geneticists suggests what historians have long argued – that Europes Roma gypsies are descended from dalits or low caste untouchables who left north-west India 1,000 years ago.

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