Which amongst the following are the saints of Maharashtra
Which temple is located in Pandharpur?
Who said these line ?They are Vaishnavas who understand the pain of others"
Muslim scholars developed a holy law called
Match the following
House of rest for travellers, especially one kept by a religious order.
The Sufi masters held their assemblies in their
Jalaluddin Rumi was a great thirteenth-century Sufi poet from
Who wrote Ramcharitmanas
Sangam literature composed
Mirabai was a
'They are Vaishnavas who understand the pain of others’. Who said this?
The sacred space created by Guru Nanak was known as dharmsal. It is now known as
Which amongst the following was not the Sikh Guru
The Sikh Gurus are the spiritual masters of sikhism, who established this religion over the course of about two and a half centuries, beginning in 1469.
The ten gurus are:
1. Guru Nanak Dev JI
2. Guru Angad Dev Ji
3. Guru Amar Das JI
4. Guru Ram Das Ji
5. Guru Arjan Dev Ji
6. Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji
7. Guru Har Rai Ji
8. Guru Harkrishnan Sahib Ji
9. Guru Teg Bahadur Ji
10. Guru Gobind Singh Ji
Hence the correct answer is option (C).
Surdas was an ardent devotee of
Surdas was a 16th-century blind Hindu devotional poet and singer, who was known for his lyrics written in praise of Krishna. They are usually written in Braj Bhasha, one of the two literary dialects of Hindi.
He was an ardent devotee of Krishna.
Sankaradeva composed poems and plays in which language
Mirabai became a disciple of____, a saint from a caste considered ?untouchable
Mirabai was a Rajput princess married into the royal family of Mewar. But she never liked the life of a palace. Hence, she left it and became a disciple of Ravidas, a saint from a caste considered "untouchable". She, devoted her life to Lord Krishna and composed innumerable bhajans expressing her intense devotion.
Whose bhajan are preserved in the Guru Granth Sahib, Panch Vani and Bijak
The language of Kabir poetry was a form of spoken ___ widely understood by ordinary people
The correct answer is option (C). Kabir’s teachings were based on a complete, indeed vehement, rejection of the major religious traditions. His teachings openly ridiculed all forms of external worship of both Brahmanical Hinduism and Islam, the pre-eminence of the priestly classes and the caste system. The language of his poetry was a form of spoken Hindi widely understood by ordinary people. He also sometimes used cryptic language, which is difficult to follow.