A Hindu god considered the Preserver of the world
In Hinduism, the single supreme force or reality of the universe
The order of the universe. In Hinduism, stands for law, obligation and duty. To follow one's dharma, means to perform and live life as one should.
an important Hindu deity who in the trinity of gods was the Destroyer
the belief that every deed, mental or physical, in this life affects a person's soul or future lives
The Buddhist belief of the extinction of desire and individual consciousness, also spiritual enlightenment
in Hinduism, the belief that soul is reborn in various forms
a dome-shaped structure that serves as a Buddhist shrine
a name, meaning the "enlightened one." used for Siddhartha Gautama
Four Noble Truths
As taught by the Buddha, the four basic beliefs that form the foundation of Buddhism.
Noble Eightfold Path
In Buddhism, a practical guide to right conduct, stressing understanding of the cause of suffering, compassion for all creatures, kindness and truthfulness.
Wanting / Greed
What did Buddha believe was the cause of suffering?
Attracted followers by setting up monasteries and convents
How did Buddhism spread to other parts of the world?
Has no founder and believes in non violence (have to be vegetarian)
Why is Hinduism unlike most world religions?
The Vedas and The Epics
Sacred texts are important to Hinduism
practicing self-denial; austere
religious teacher and spiritual guide in Hinduism
In Hinduism, a sacred word or phrase repeated in prayers or chants