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Hinduism Questions - All Grades

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Grade 10 Hinduism
Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva are
  1. Buddhist gods
  2. Hindu gods
  3. three different castes
  4. three of the 4 Noble Truths
Grade 12 Hinduism
Ganesha embodies what?
  1. Consistency
  2. Absence of fate
  3. Wisdom and Judgment
  4. Home
Grade 12 Hinduism
Which god was the overseer of Karma?
  1. Ganesha
  2. Shiva
  3. Brahma
  4. Vishnu
Grade 10 Hinduism
Which is not one of the Indian castes?
  1. Brahmans
  2. Kshatriyas
  3. Krishnas
  4. Vaisyas
  5. Sudras
Grade 10 Hinduism
The ancient books that are commentaries on the Hindu religion but aren't considered actual holy books are known as the:
  1. Vedas and Vishnas
  2. Vishnas and Upanishads
  3. Vedas and Upanishads
  4. Vishnas and Vedas
Grade 10 Hinduism
Which god is not part of the "Hindu trinity?"
  1. Shiva
  2. Vishnu
  3. Brahma
  4. Krishna
Grade 9 Hinduism
Where was Hinduism founded?
  1. China
  2. India
  3. Islam
  4. U.S
Grade 9 Hinduism
Grade 9 Hinduism
Who founded the Hinduism Religion?
  1. Jesus
  2. Abu-Bakr
  3. No Founder
  4. Moses
Grade 9 Hinduism
Who was at the top of the caste system?
  1. Untouchables
  2. Brahmins
  3. Merchants
  4. Soldiers/Warriors
Grade 9 Hinduism
The religion that was not founded by only one person is
  1. Buddhism
  2. Judaism
  3. Hinduism
  4. Christianity
Grade 9 Hinduism
Which is a sacred item in the Hinduism Religion?
  1. Nile River
  2. Dog
  3. Ganges River
  4. Monkey
Grade 6 Hinduism

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Grade 9 Hinduism
Grade 9 Hinduism
The concept of KARMA is best described as
  1. the total consequence or effect of one's actions in tlife
  2. rebirth into another life
  3. the relationship between Rama and Sita
  4. the continuous cycle of life and death
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