Hindu religious practices vary widely, and worship does not have to take place in temples or religious shrines true or false?

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It is true that there are several religious practices within Hinduism.  Most Hindus have an informal/formal prayer place in their own homes called Mandir.  They worship at home on a daily basis so it is true that worship does not have to take place only in temples or religious shrines.
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