People can live without religion,in Indian philosophy we had
Charvaka ,is the ancient school of Indian materialism. Charvaka holds direct perception, empiricism, and conditional inference as proper sources of knowledge, embraces philosophical skepticism. Brihaspati is usually referred to as the founder of Charvaka.
1.5 million in Finland do not profess any religion, Finland is a predominantly Christian nation where some 73% of the 5.5 million overall population follow Christianity, the vast majority being members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland (Protestant), 26.3% are atheists, having no religious belief at all, and 1.6% follow other religions which includes Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, folk religion etc
Thirty percent of men are unaffiliated with any religion, compared with 23 percent of women.
The largest group of non-religious people is the 30-39-year-old bracket, of whom 40 percent do not belong to a registered religion.
In 2000 only 15 percent of that age group was did not profess any religious affiliation.
The smallest proportion of non-religious is among those aged 70 and over, with just 14 percent steering clear of registered religions, showing little change from 2000.
Muslim population in Finland is 1.2%, with more than 60,000 adherents, followed by Hinduism with 5,000 adherents, Buddhism with 5,000 adherents and Judaism with more than 1,500 adherents, respectively.