- a person, especially of northern India, who adheres to Hinduism.
- of or relating to Hindus or Hinduism.
Origin of Hindu
Examples from the Web for pro-hindu
I find a recent pro-Hindu writer making virtually the same selection.
The perception of manifoldness is Maya or illusion, says a modern pro-Hindu writer.
- a person who adheres to Hinduism
- an inhabitant or native of Hindustan or India, esp one adhering to Hinduism
- relating to Hinduism, Hindus, or India
Word Origin and History for pro-hindu
1660s, from Persian Hindu (adjective and noun) "Indian," from Hind "India," from Sanskrit sindhu "river," specifically the Indus; hence "region of the Indus," gradually extended across northern India. The Hindu Kush mountain range is said to mean literally "Indian killer," and was said to have been the name given by the Persians to a pass where their Indian slaves had perished in winter, but this is likely folk etymology.