As of 2022[update], three practicing Hindus have been elected to Congress, the first being Tulsi Gabbard in 2013. In total, seven members of Congress have been either practicing Hindus or born into Hindu families but adhering to other religions. Two practicing Hindus currently serve in the United States House of Representatives.
No Hindu has ever served in the United States Senate.
|Tulsi Gabbard||Democratic||HI-02||January 3, 2013||January 3, 2021||First practicing Hindu elected to Congress. Retired to run unsuccessfully for president of the United States.|
|Ro Khanna||Democratic||CA-17||January 3, 2017||Incumbent||One of the first two practicing Hindus of Indian descent to be elected to Congress.|
|Raja Krishnamoorthi||Democratic||IL-08||January 3, 2017||Incumbent||One of the first two practicing Hindus of Indian descent to be elected to Congress.|