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5 Matching questions

  1. Asceticism
  2. Moksha
  3. Legend
  4. Rahula
  5. Sage
  1. a story or narrative that embodies truth, but is not history. Has significance but not what actually happened
  2. b Deliverance from the chain of rebirth, getting rid of all karma is how this is achieved. Live many lives as a lay person and in some point in the future you'll decide to live as a j-monk
  3. c Buddha's son
  4. d turning your back on physical possessions and pleasures
  5. e someone that can think and use their head

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a woman who founded pharmaceutical company called Biocon
  2. 2nd noble truth, excessive desire or craving is usually the cause of suffering, the cause of suffering is wanting, desires can never be personally met
  3. Model of Bhaktyi Marga, devotion of Krishna, 2,000 years old, poetic form. Begins with prince Arjuna who essentially comes to learn about reality
  4. This branch of Buddhism is seen as militantly nationalist and as a Salvationist type Buddhism. Its major dedication is to the Lotus Sutra, one of the most popular and influential sutras in Asia. The Lotus Sutra is seen as the conversation that is given by the Buddha toward the end of his life
  5. great love or hero, another name for Vardhamana

5 True/False questions

  1. AryansMature 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. Tathagata"He who has reached or become what is really so, the True." The term the texts depict the Buddha using to speak of himself after Awakening.

          

  3. BrahmanNot just the source of reality, but it is reality. Everything else may look real, but they dont understand what is really real. Only one reality. A spirit and not material, nothing to do with matter, material universe is unral, eternal. Always been and always will be. Abstract force in the universe

          

  4. Kalparepetition of a sacred syllable, form of discipline and training, enables me to get my mind off the problems and the world and focus on God

          

  5. Prayer wheelMature 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