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Transcript
Name _______________________________________________ Period ___________
Chapter 4, Ancient India, Lesson 2-Hinduism in Ancient India, p. 114-118
1. Hinduism is the world’s ______________________________________ religion. P. 114
2. According to Hindu beliefs, what happens to faithful followers? P. 117_________________________________
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3. According to Hindu beliefs, how may a person be free from the cycle of death and rebirth? P. 117
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4. Hindus believe that a person may die, but what happens to the soul? P. 117______________________________
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5. All things are part of Brahman, so besides not eating meat, what else do many Hindus try to avoid? P. 117
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6. When did Hinduism develop? (not a date) P. 114____________________________________________________
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7. How is Hinduism different from other major religions? P. 115________________________________________
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8. Who is Brahman? P. 115 ______________________________________________________________________
9. Who is Vishnu? P. 115 ________________________________________________________________________
10. Who is Shiva? P. 115 _________________________________________________________________________
11. Who is Shakti? P. 116 ________________________________________________________________________
Define the following terms:
1. Brahman: __________________________________________________________________________________
2. Avatar: ____________________________________________________________________________________
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3. Reincarnation: ______________________________________________________________________________
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4. Dharma: ___________________________________________________________________________________
5. Ahimsa: ___________________________________________________________________________________