5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- The Four Aims of Dvija
- a "illusion" the world is shaped by our fears and desires. we cannot see past to see that atman and brahman are the same
- b Kama, Aretha, Dharma, Moksha
- c first-order, that which is considered to be original or primary somehow.
- d person, primordial, sacrafices himself into the caste. Four parts. Head, arms, legs, and feet.
- e merchants
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- classic interpretation of Hinduism which is non-dualism.
- the seers, wrote the vedas
- in Hinduism, the seventh incarnation of the god Vishnu
- self, soul. This is what lives on after death
- "action," what goes around comes around. Do good deeds now and you will reach moksha or return as a higher caste.
5 True/False Questions
Daivi Vak → "ignorance" we refuse to see that atman and brahman are the same
smirti → "what is heard," revelation, the Vedas
Brahman → creator
shruti → "what is remembered," tradition, second class texts
sectarian → classic interpretation of Hinduism which is non-dualism.