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  1. Mantra
  2. Mara
  3. Wat
  4. Asoka
  5. Historical Method
  1. a King of India, politically powerful. Lived in 200 BCE and got power in a very ruthless fashion, after he got into power he converted to Buddhism, one of Buddha's main advertising person and commissioned schools to train Buddhist teachers and they eventually became missionaries and were sent out of India to convert everyone to Buddhism
  2. b syllable (example: om), doesn't mean anything but when it gets repeated a lot it relaxes you, repetition of a syllable helps you focus
  3. c tells Siddartha lies, evil spirit
  4. d cant understand the document unless you understand the historical context in which it was written
  5. e Buddhist temple in Southeast Asia

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. people of Jainism, 5 million in the world today, growing in the US
  2. A cylinder with prayers written on it used by Tibetan Buddhists. They believe it gets rid of bad karma and creates good karma.
  3. Savi's another pair, sometimes reincarnated as a cow, gentle, stable, works to maintain peace on earth
  4. physical universe looks real but its not, it is an illusion
  5. the Hindu goddess who destroys evil; wife of Shiva

5 True/False Questions

  1. ArhatMature Buddhist, a type of Buddhist saint, the ultimate lifestyle, type of Buddhist saint whose able to be in control of your life, a candidate for salvation, a candidate for Nirvana

          

  2. CosmogonyKing of India, politically powerful. Lived in 200 BCE and got power in a very ruthless fashion, after he got into power he converted to Buddhism, one of Buddha's main advertising person and commissioned schools to train Buddhist teachers and they eventually became missionaries and were sent out of India to convert everyone to Buddhism

          

  3. RudraStorm/wind god. The Roarer. Worship of Rudra and use of the epithet Shiva led to worship of Shiva. Rudra is still recognized in some tantric rituals.

          

  4. Critical Methodnot negative, evaluative, some parts of sacred text are more important than others

          

  5. Orthodoxypart of scripture and sacred texts, story of sacred of divine significance, story meant to illustrate or make a point, the point being made is the bottom line, religious truth indirectly expressed, point of the story is to affirm that God did create the world

          

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