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Hinduism (World Religions)
Birth of Hinduism
Polytheism
Vedic period
Upanishads
Indus Valley around 2500 BCE
Belief in many stratified gods and goddesses
Typified by sacrificial ritual, cremation, monotone chants, V…
highly philosophical body of scripture
Birth of Hinduism
Indus Valley around 2500 BCE
Polytheism
Belief in many stratified gods and goddesses
30 terms
World Religions: Hinduism
Origins of Hinduism
Atman
Bhakti
Vedas
Hinduism is the oldest religion we study. It started in Persi…
Atman means the self. Atman is the symbol of Brahman (God).
Faith and devotion to a deity (god).
Ancient texts and songs of Hinduism.
Origins of Hinduism
Hinduism is the oldest religion we study. It started in Persi…
Atman
Atman means the self. Atman is the symbol of Brahman (God).
10 terms
Religions: Hinduism
Who is the founder of Hinduism?
Where did Hinduism originate?
Is Hinduism Monotheistic or Polytheist…
What are their Gods' names?
No Founder
India
Polytheistic
Shiva, Vishnu, & Shatki
Who is the founder of Hinduism?
No Founder
Where did Hinduism originate?
India
90 terms
Religions Hinduism
Hinduism
Hindu
Indus Valley Civilization
Harappa
assortment of beliefs and practices thought to be made up of…
related to India, derived from sanskrit word sindhu meaning r…
Harappan civilization along the Indus River valley between 33…
One of the largest excavated cities from the Harappan civiliz…
Hinduism
assortment of beliefs and practices thought to be made up of…
Hindu
related to India, derived from sanskrit word sindhu meaning r…
Religions (Hinduism)
Symbol
Location
Place of Worship
Figure
Aum
India
Shrines
Many gods of one supreme being
Symbol
Aum
Location
India
19 terms
Hinduism Religions
Harappa culture, indus river _________…
1,500BC ________ europeans
Sanskirt:
Vedas:
3,000
Indo
Language
Knowledge, sacred text
Harappa culture, indus river _________…
3,000
1,500BC ________ europeans
Indo
18 terms
World Religions: Hinduism & Buddhism
Alms
Ascetic
Buddha
Buddhism
goods or money given to the poor
a person who gives up worldly pleasure
a Sanskrit word meaning "enlightened"; the name given to the…
the religion founded by Siddhārtha Gautama, which teaches tha…
Alms
goods or money given to the poor
Ascetic
a person who gives up worldly pleasure
46 terms
Comparative Religions - Hinduism
Vedas
Nirvana
Indus
reincarnation
-hymns that are sacred to Hindus
-state of liberation, freedom, or release
-a river valley where the first Hindus lived
-rebirth of the soul
Vedas
-hymns that are sacred to Hindus
Nirvana
-state of liberation, freedom, or release
9 terms
Religions- Hinduism
Location
Founders
Literature
Symbol
India
Aryan invaders
Vedas and upanishads
Ohm
Location
India
Founders
Aryan invaders
5 terms
Religions- Hinduism
Book (2)
Symbols(0)
Deities(2)
Beliefs(2)
Vedas ... Upanishads
None
Brahman... - everything is part of him ... Vishnu Shiva
-God can be thought of in many different ways... -reincarnation
Book (2)
Vedas ... Upanishads
Symbols(0)
None
48 terms
Hinduism- Religions
Origin Country
Term Hindu means
Hinduism term
Dharma definition
India
A person who dwells beyond the Indus River
British invented it as a name of those who didn't belong to a…
Can be anything by beliefr, but adheres to rules and ritual p…
Origin Country
India
Term Hindu means
A person who dwells beyond the Indus River
World Religions DSST: Hinduism
Aryans
Vedas
Upanishads
Vedic books
Migrants who moved into the Indus Valley from Persia in the 2…
Collection of hymns to the Aryan gods; also entire collection…
Philosophical materials in the Vedic lliterature; assumes one…
Rig-Veda (hymns), Yajur-Veda (recitations for sacrifice), Sam…
Aryans
Migrants who moved into the Indus Valley from Persia in the 2…
Vedas
Collection of hymns to the Aryan gods; also entire collection…
12 terms
Religions - Hinduism
Hinduism (Universalizing or Ethnic)
Hinduism (Origins)
Hinduism (Holy Book)
Hinduism (Holy Places)
Ethnic
2000 BC in India
Veda (Sacred Scripture) & Multiple texts
Natural Environment, Ganges River for purification
Hinduism (Universalizing or Ethnic)
Ethnic
Hinduism (Origins)
2000 BC in India
religions: hinduism
Yajna
Rg./Rig
Sama
Atharva
the act/sacrifice the first 4 vedas teach us how to do
1. hymn (lyrics sung during sacrifice
2. sound (how to intone the hymns)
3. (cast a) spell
Yajna
the act/sacrifice the first 4 vedas teach us how to do
Rg./Rig
1. hymn (lyrics sung during sacrifice
Religions; Hinduism
Hinduism was found in...
Samsara
Capital of India
Moksha
2000 BCE
The cycle of life, death, and rebirth
New Delhi
A release from the cycle of life
Hinduism was found in...
2000 BCE
Samsara
The cycle of life, death, and rebirth
27 terms
World Religions- Hinduism and Buddhism
Aryans
Brahmin
Caste System
Hinduism
These people become the dominant group of India and their bel…
priests that are the highest of the varna or caste
a system that divided Indian society based on a person's birt…
a religion that originated in India, based upon the Aryan set…
Aryans
These people become the dominant group of India and their bel…
Brahmin
priests that are the highest of the varna or caste
Religions: Hinduism
Which river was Hinduism founded by
What do people groups merged to make H…
What percent of people living in India…
List the four largest major world reli…
The Indus River
The dravidians and the aryans
80%
Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism
Which river was Hinduism founded by
The Indus River
What do people groups merged to make H…
The dravidians and the aryans
19 terms
Religion Hinduism
Aryans
Atman
avatar
Bhagavad Gita
noble; the one (Persians) who migrated over the Caucasus Moun…
The eternal self, which the Upanishads identify with Brahman;…
reincarnation; rebirth
Sanskrit: 'The song of the blessed Lord,' A short section of…
Aryans
noble; the one (Persians) who migrated over the Caucasus Moun…
Atman
The eternal self, which the Upanishads identify with Brahman;…
Religions- Hinduism
Where is the religion practiced
Who is credited an being the founder o…
Leaders of religion
Dharma
India
Upper class people
Guru- travelers
rules of life
Where is the religion practiced
India
Who is credited an being the founder o…
Upper class people
Religions: Hinduism
Where and would one find Hinduism's Ba…
Define Deity
Hinduism has _____ of deities?
Who or what is Brahman?
The four vedes
God or goddess
Thousands
Brahman is the universal spirit of which all deities are diff…
Where and would one find Hinduism's Ba…
The four vedes
Define Deity
God or goddess
36 terms
Religions and Hinduism
Eight elements of religion
Monotheism
Pantheism
Polytheism
1. Belief System ... 2.Community ... 3.Central Myths ... 4.Ritual ... 5.E…
belief in one god
Pantheism is the belief that the Universe (or Nature as the t…
belief in many gods
Eight elements of religion
1. Belief System ... 2.Community ... 3.Central Myths ... 4.Ritual ... 5.E…
Monotheism
belief in one god
24 terms
RELIGIONS - Hinduism
Where is Hinduism mainly practiced?
Who created the religion of Hinduism?
Where was Hinduism established?
Who did they believe is the creator?
India
Mixture of the Aryan's religions and Indian's religions. NO F…
The Indus River Valley
Brahma
Where is Hinduism mainly practiced?
India
Who created the religion of Hinduism?
Mixture of the Aryan's religions and Indian's religions. NO F…
45 terms
Religion Hinduism
Sindhu
Analogies
Ascetic
Atman
sanskrit word that hinduism comes from, meaning "river"
tree - all religions have truth, all that matter is you get t…
practice of self-discipline
eternal self (soul)
Sindhu
sanskrit word that hinduism comes from, meaning "river"
Analogies
tree - all religions have truth, all that matter is you get t…
DSST World Religions - Hinduism
ahimsa
Aryans
ashram
asramas
the doctrine of nonviolence and noninjury to living things, f…
name given to a migratory group that, according to some histo…
a Hindu religious school.
name given to the four stages of life among Hindus: brahmacar…
ahimsa
the doctrine of nonviolence and noninjury to living things, f…
Aryans
name given to a migratory group that, according to some histo…
54 terms
World Religions: Hinduism Religion
Dharma
Indus Valley Civilization
Indo-Aryans
Vedas
Philosophical Hinduism - what one is supposed to do; way of l…
the first Indian religion found near the Indus River; followe…
Indo-European peoples who invaded the Indus Valley Civilization
there are four Vedas, which are writings that describe the go…
Dharma
Philosophical Hinduism - what one is supposed to do; way of l…
Indus Valley Civilization
the first Indian religion found near the Indus River; followe…
90 terms
Religion Hinduism
material success and social prestige,…
one who renounces physical pleasure an…
the eternal self
what do the Upanishads identify with B…
artha
ascetic
Atman
Atman
material success and social prestige,…
artha
one who renounces physical pleasure an…
ascetic
11 terms
World Religions - Hinduism
Caste System
Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva
Polytheistic
Monotheistic
Class system of old Indian societies still widely practiced.…
The main gods of Hinduism.
Worship of many gods.
Worship of one god.
Caste System
Class system of old Indian societies still widely practiced.…
Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva
The main gods of Hinduism.
Hinduism Religion
Where do must followers live?
Where is the religion practiced?
What is the scared text?
Is it monotheistic or polytheistic?
India
In a temple
Vadas
It depends on the follower. They may believe in one,many, or…
Where do must followers live?
India
Where is the religion practiced?
In a temple
33 terms
Religion: Hinduism
Karl Marx
Huston Smith
Religion Alive
The Elephant and the Blind Man
• Says religion is the opium of the people--- drug of the peo…
• Says basically "life is in your face all the time" ... • take…
• Extreme and fundamentalism in every world religion ... • Relig…
• A parable ... • They all share what they feel when they touch…
Karl Marx
• Says religion is the opium of the people--- drug of the peo…
Huston Smith
• Says basically "life is in your face all the time" ... • take…
52 terms
Hinduism Religion
Vedas
Dharma
Samsara
Karma
Ancient Sanskrit writings that are the earliest sacred texts…
Natural Law and order that governs everything.
The cycle of life and rebirth in Hinduism.
The effects of a person's actions that determine his destiny…
Vedas
Ancient Sanskrit writings that are the earliest sacred texts…
Dharma
Natural Law and order that governs everything.
54 terms
World Religions- Hinduism
Hinduism
Ganges
Deities
Brahma
↳ Can be thought of as one of the oldest religions in the wor…
Most sacred river to Hindus and is also a lifeline to million…
↳ All of the gods and goddesses are the myriad images of the…
The Creator god
Hinduism
↳ Can be thought of as one of the oldest religions in the wor…
Ganges
Most sacred river to Hindus and is also a lifeline to million…
34 terms
Religion - Hinduism
Samsara
Moksha
Karma
Punya
cycle of life, death, rebirth
spiritual liberation from samsara
"action"
good karma
Samsara
cycle of life, death, rebirth
Moksha
spiritual liberation from samsara
28 terms
Religion Hinduism
Atman
Moksha
Avatar
Bhagavad-Gita
The eternal self, which the Upanishads identify with Brahman;…
Term for liberation, that we will live forever
is an incarnation, or living embodiment, of a deity, commonly…
Hinduism's most popular sacred text
Atman
The eternal self, which the Upanishads identify with Brahman;…
Moksha
Term for liberation, that we will live forever
54 terms
World Religions- Hinduism
Hinduism
Ganges
Deities
Brahma
↳ Can be thought of as one of the oldest religions in the wor…
Most sacred river to Hindus and is also a lifeline to million…
↳ All of the gods and goddesses are the myriad images of the…
The Creator god
Hinduism
↳ Can be thought of as one of the oldest religions in the wor…
Ganges
Most sacred river to Hindus and is also a lifeline to million…
29 terms
World Religions: Hinduism
artha
ascetic
Atman
avatar
Material success and social prestige, one of the four goals o…
One who renounces physical pleasures and worldly attachments…
The eternal Self or soul of an individual that is reincarnate…
An incarnation, or living embodiment of a deity who is sent t…
artha
Material success and social prestige, one of the four goals o…
ascetic
One who renounces physical pleasures and worldly attachments…
Religion Hinduism
Founder
Sacred Text
Belief System
Followers
No single founder (indo Aryans)
Vedas, Upanishad
Polytheistic, reincarnation, dharma, karma
Hindus
Founder
No single founder (indo Aryans)
Sacred Text
Vedas, Upanishad
13 terms
Religion: Hinduism
Ascetic
Atman
Avatar
Brahman
Characterized by or suggesting the practice of severe self di…
The spiritual life principal of the universe
A manifestation or released soul in bodily form on Earth
A member of the highest Hindi caste
Ascetic
Characterized by or suggesting the practice of severe self di…
Atman
The spiritual life principal of the universe
22 terms
Religion: Hinduism
Upanishads
dharma
cosmology
myth
- collection of over 200 texts made between 900 and 200 BC... -…
ethical duty based on the divine order of reality; one of the…
the understanding of the nature of the universe
a story (often recorded in scripture) that tends to answer qu…
Upanishads
- collection of over 200 texts made between 900 and 200 BC... -…
dharma
ethical duty based on the divine order of reality; one of the…
hinduism religion
hinduism focuses on ___
hinduism is the ___ of the world's liv…
hinduism evolved as a mix of religions…
the name hinduism is a misunderstandin…
beauty
oldest
Indus River Valley
Indus
hinduism focuses on ___
beauty
hinduism is the ___ of the world's liv…
oldest
Religion Hinduism
Holy book
Founders
Countries orgin
Mp
Vedas
Unknown
India, Nepal
Polytheistic
Holy book
Vedas
Founders
Unknown
74 terms
Religion -- Hinduism
Brahman
Atman
Karma
dharma
One ultimate reality of absolute reality in which: (I'm)mater…
The "real self" -- attain = brahman
actions that determine the place where the atman is reincarna…
ethical code in reaction to karma/ ethical principle, right &…
Brahman
One ultimate reality of absolute reality in which: (I'm)mater…
Atman
The "real self" -- attain = brahman
World Religions DSST: Hinduism
Who is the founder of Hinduism?
List the order in the caste system of…
Define Brahmin:
Define Kshatriya:
There is no founder
Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaishya, Sudra, Harijahn
Priests, scholars and philosophers
warriors, nobles, rulers, and defense people
Who is the founder of Hinduism?
There is no founder
List the order in the caste system of…
Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaishya, Sudra, Harijahn
9 terms
religion- hinduism
location of origin
founder
holy book
type of religion
India
hindu gods: braham, vishnu, shiva
the vedes
ethnic
location of origin
India
founder
hindu gods: braham, vishnu, shiva
World Religions: Hinduism Test
artha
ascetic
Atman
avatar
material success and social prestige, one of the four goals o…
one who renounces physical pleasures and worldly attachments…
the etermal self, which the Upanishads identify with Brahman
an incarnation, or living embodiment of a deity, usually of V…
artha
material success and social prestige, one of the four goals o…
ascetic
one who renounces physical pleasures and worldly attachments…
22 terms
Religion- Hinduism
Ahimsa
Ashram
Avatar
Bhagavad Gita
"Nonharm," "nonviolence."
A spiritual community
An earthly embodiment of a deity
A religious literary work about Krishna
Ahimsa
"Nonharm," "nonviolence."
Ashram
A spiritual community
religion: hinduism
caste
yoga
shamadhi
dharma
social group traditionally believed to be an expression of dh…
a spiritual path designed to unite one with God or one's true…
...
in hinduism, the social order, which works for righteousness…
caste
social group traditionally believed to be an expression of dh…
yoga
a spiritual path designed to unite one with God or one's true…
34 terms
Religion Hinduism
Orgin/age
Vedas
Upanishads
Bhagavad Gita
Before 500bc ... Originated in Indus River valley, nomads invade…
Ancient hymns and prayers, creation myth
Advise from the sages related to key ideas in hinduism
Advise from Krishna and Arjuna:... Right understanding, non-atta…
Orgin/age
Before 500bc ... Originated in Indus River valley, nomads invade…
Vedas
Ancient hymns and prayers, creation myth
41 terms
Religion (Hinduism)
How much percent of the world?
Where is Hindiusm practiced?
How popular is this religion?
Asceticism
14%
India
3rd largest religion
Someone who gives up material things for spiritual rewards, r…
How much percent of the world?
14%
Where is Hindiusm practiced?
India
34 terms
Living Religions Hinduism Unit
advaita vedanta
ahimsa
atman
avatar
one of the most popular and influential schools of Hindu phil…
Hindu virtue of nonviolence
soul or self
In Hinduism, the descent to Earth of a deity in a visible form
advaita vedanta
one of the most popular and influential schools of Hindu phil…
ahimsa
Hindu virtue of nonviolence
Religion- Hinduism
aryans
atman
avatar
Bhagavad Gita
noble; the ones (Persians) who migrated over the Caucasus Mou…
The Eternal Self, which the Upanishads identify with Brahman;…
reincarnation; rebirth
Sanskrit: 'The Song of the Blessed Lord.' A short section of…
aryans
noble; the ones (Persians) who migrated over the Caucasus Mou…
atman
The Eternal Self, which the Upanishads identify with Brahman;…
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