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Jeremy Cruz 10/19/16
6-A Mrs. Best
Social Studies Section 2 + 3
A Hindu god or goddess in human of animal form
A single spiritual power that Hindus believe lives in everything
Rebirth of the soul in the body of another living thing
How did the early Aryan culture influence Hinduism?
A culture mixed with India pre-exciting
New idea and belief became part of A Vedas from which Hinduism can
Lead to development of Hinduism
What does Hinduism teach about the path to the truth?
There are many to the truth and one way is the yoga
Per Hindu belief, what happens to a person’s soul after death?
If you live a good life you would some back in a higher position
If you live a bad life you would come back in a lower cast or an animal
If you live a perfect life you would be united with Brahman and be from the cycle of death and rebirth
The religious and moral duties of Hindus
The Hindu idea of nonviolence
Tell about all the beliefs of Hinduism.
Believe in reincarnation-reborn after death
Practice the 5 yoga’s
Devotion-to a personal god
Moral duties-called dharma-means to be good, act the right way
Non-violence-don’t hurt living things-called ahimsa
They worship at home and in public places (temples)
Yoga’s free the soul from care of the world so you can lead a more perfect life and your soul will become one with Brahman
They have sacred writings
To focus the mind inward in order to find spiritual awareness or relaxation
Who was Siddhartha Gautama and how/why did he look for the cause of human suffering?
He lived a sheltered life of luxury for 30 years
He went out of the wall and saw humans suffering
He decided to find the cause of human suffering
He gave up his wealthy and his family and went to find the answer
He traveled and studied with philosopher and meditated
He founded Buddhism
Tell about all the beliefs of Buddhism.
The cause human suffering is selfish desires
Too much good is bad and too much bad is bad
The desire for wealthy, power, fame, etc. Causes suffering
If you avoid extreme pleasure or extreme unhappiness, then your suffering will end and you will find nirvana and be free from the cycle of reincarnation
Nirvana is lasting peace-(heaven-like)
People should give up selfish desire to avoid suffering
The goal is to reach nirvana
What are some similarities and differences between Hinduism and Buddhism?
It’s wrong to harm other living creators
The lasting peace the Buddhists seek by giving up selfish desires
A person who spreads his or her religious belief to others
What kind of ruler was Chandragupta?
What effects did the battle of Kalinga have on Asoka’s life?
Define Maurya Empire.
How was Chandragupta’s rule different from Asoka’s?
12. Define tolerance.
How did Asoka share Buddha’s teachings with people in his empire?