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4 Written Questions
3 Multiple Choice Questions
- ________ is a concept that originated in ancient India. _______ is more or less the cause of effect, meaning that if you have good karma, good things will happen to you, and vice versa with bad karma.
- A hindu god portrayed with a long white beard, and multiple arms
- __________ was a city of the Harrapan civilization. Located on the Indus River, it was one of the, if not the largest city in Harrapa. It is important because it was an incredibly advanced city for its time, very well planned out and had advanced water and sewage systems.
3 True/False Questions
Moksha → _________ is when, in most Indian religions (HInduism/Buddhism), a person is enlightened and released from the cycle of dying and reincarnation. This is achieved only after many lives as a human, animal, or other living thing. Very important as it's the most important Buddhist goal. (to achieve nirvana is, but this is part of it)
The Vedas → _________ are a body of texts most commonly used and followed in the Hindu religion. They are written in sanskrit and are the oldest sanskrit texts in the world. The names of the four ________, which contain some mantras that are used today as prayers, are the Rigveda (largest of the 4), Yajurveda, Samaveda, and Atharvaveda.
Shiva (the destroyer) → A hindu god portrayed with a trident, white bull, and cobra wrapped around his neck, to symbolize his control.