Indonesia is a republic of many tropical islands off the coasts of southeastern Asia. To the north of that country are Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei, and the Philippines; to its east is Papua New Guinea; and to its south are East Timor and Australia.
Its culture is enriched by the traditions and Hindu and Buddhist religions of southern India, and was influenced by the later arrival of Islamic missionaries and Dutch colonisers. Bali and parts of Java are examples of Indonesia's beautiful interpretation of Hinduism.
As Indonesia is the most populous Muslim nation in the world, it is at risk of falling to Islamic extremism.
Also, it is quite difficult for people in Indonesia to practice atheism, as its constitution makes it mandatory for all citizens to follow monotheism, in any one of five religions: Islam, Hinduism (influenced by Balinese traditions), Christianity, Buddhism (which is actually not a monotheist religion), and Confucianism.
Even though their cultures are celebrated, many aborigines in Indonesia were forced to classify their traditional beliefs under Hinduism to protect them (other than converting to Islam or Christianity), and are angry that migrants from the crowded towns of Java kept coming to their lands to displace them.
A lot of reading and a lot of Internet browsing. Indonesia's Hindu culture is quite beautiful.