(i) ______ is an epic read by most Hindus.
Ans: Mahabharat is an epic read by most Hindus.
(ii) Muslims offer prayers ______ times in a day.
Ans: Muslims offer prayers Five times in a day.
(iii) ______ is the holy book of the Hindus.
Ans: Bhagavad Gita is the holy book of the Hindus.
(iv) ______ is the holy book of the Christians.
Ans: Bible is the holy book of the Christians.
(i) Muslims all over celebrate the holy day of Eid.
(ii) Muslims pray in churches.
(iii) The Golden Temple in Amritsar is a place of importance for Parsis.
(iv) Hindus offer prayers to different gods and goddesses in the temples.
(v) The Bible is the holy book of Muslims.
(i) Christians go to the church every Monday/Wednesday/Sunday.
Ans: Christians go to the church every Sunday.
(ii) All religions teach us to play with/love/fight with each other.
Ans: All religions teach us to play with love with each other.
(iii) The Bishnois are found in West Bengal/Bihar/Rajasthan
Ans: The Bishnois are found in Rajasthan.
(iv) Gurubonz/Gurupurab/Gurdwara is the name given to the hymns sung by the Sikhs.
Ans: Gurubonz is the name given to the hymns sung by the Sikhs.
(i) Name the various festivals celebrated by the Hindus.
Ans: Some of the festivals celebrated by hindus are:
(ii) What is the main idea that forms apart of all religious teachings?
Ans: Spiritual practice, and the same effect of making their followers into better human beings. All religions teach moral precepts for perfecting the functions of mind, body, and speech. All teach us not to lie or steal or take others' lives, and so on.
(iii) How do Sikhs offer their prayers to God?
Ans: Sikhs worship in the gurdwara. Each morning the Guru Granth Sahib is carried in procession.
(iv) How do Hindus offer their prayers?
Ans: In Hindu traditions prayer takes place formally as part of puja, which is Sanskrit for adoration. This worship can take place in the home or in the mandir, or temple.