Which means approaching and sitting near
Buddha belonged to a small Gana known as the __________.
Who was famous thinker of the Jainas
Mahavira was ____ prince
Zoroaster teaching are contained in the books called
Avesta, also called Zend-avesta, sacred book of Zoroastrianism containing its cosmogony, law, and liturgy, the teachings of the prophet Zoroaster.
The followers of Mahavira, were known as
The followers of Mahavir were called Jains. Lord Mahavir, got enlightenment Keval Gyan, became 24th Tithankar ( Arihant dev, supreme position, called Vitraag or Jin). Prior to the Lord Mahavir, 23 Thinkars also known as Arihants / Araham /Jin, but the word Jin a short name became more popular and followers called as Jains, became in tongue.
How many ashrams were recognised
Four ashramas were recognised: brahmacharya, grihastha, vanaprasttw and samnyasa. Brahmin, kshatriya and vaishya men were expected to lead simple lives and study the Vedas during the early years of their life (brahmacharya).
What did Buddha teach?
The language of the Avesta, and the practices described in it are very similar to thos of the
Zoroaster was an Iranian prophet. His teachings are contained in a book called the Avesta. The language of the Avesta, and the practices described in it are very similar to those of the Vedas.
Panini, who prepared a ____ for Sanskrit.
Where is Valabhi
Vallabhi is an ancient city located in the Saurashtra peninsula of Gujarat, near Bhavnagar in western India. It is also known as Vallabhipura, and was the capital of the ancient Gurjar Maitraka Dynasty.
The basic teachings of Zoroaster are contained in the maxim ?Good _____ , Good ____ and Good ____
Zoroastrianism is a religion. Zoroaster, who lived in eastern ancient Iran around 1000 BC, created Zoroastrianism. It is a monotheistic religion. The Zoroastrian god is called Ahura Mazda.
It is also dualist. Zoroastrians believe Ahura Mazda created two spirits: a good one (Spenta Mainyu), and a bad one (Angra Mainyu). Zoroastrians believe people are free to choose between good and bad. Choosing good will lead to happiness, and choosing bad will lead to unhappiness. So it is best to choose good. Therefore, the motto of the religion is "Good Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds".
Which was a major religion in Iran?
According to state-backed 2011 Iranian census, 99.38% of Iranians believe in Islam, while 0.2% of the population believe in officially recognized minority religions, Christianity, Judaism and Zoroastrianism.
The word Jaina comes from the term
Some Zoroastrians migrated from Iran and settled down in the coastal towns
Zoroaster was an Iranian prophet. His teachings are contained in a book called the Avesta. Later, some Zoroastrians migrated from Iran and settled down in the coastal towns of Gujarat and Maharashtra. They were the ancestors of today's Parsis.
Gautam Buddha's father was the chief of ______ clan
The peeple tree under which Buddha attained enlightenment came to be known as
The Bodhi Tree or Bodhi ") was a large and ancient sacred fig tree (Ficus religiosa), also called the Bo Tree, located in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, India, under which Siddhartha Gautama, the spiritual teacher who became known as the Buddha, is said to have attained enlightenment or Bodhi circa 500.
Buddha real name was____
Buddha was born in ______
Gautama Buddha was born in the year 563 B.C. in Lumbini, in present Nepal. He was the Son of Suddhodana's whose capital was Kapilavastu.The day of Buddha's birth is widely celebrated in Theravada countries as Vesak. Buddha's birthday is celebrated as Buddha Purnima.