by Igor Bosilkovski
There are approximately between five and six million followers of the Bahá'í Faith in the world. The population is spread out into almost every country and ethnicity in the world, being recognized as the second-most geographically widespread religion after Christianity with the only countries with no Bahá'ís registered as of 2008, are Vatican City and North Korea.
In 2013, the number of followers of the Church of Latter Days Saints Church surpassed 15 million. Around six million of them live in the US, two million of which in the state of Utah.
Jainism is a religion with more than 4 million followers, most of which live in India. Jains have the highest degree of literacy of any religious community in India (94.1 percent).