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India Political Map. India Topographical Map. Geography & Major River Systems Standard 6.5.1. Early Hinduism & Brahmanism Standard 6.5.3. Social Structure & The Caste System Standard 6.5.4. Teachings of Buddha & Spread of Buddhism Standard 6.5.5. Maurya & Asoka & Discoveries

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    1. India Political Map India Topographical Map Geography & Major River Systems Standard 6.5.1 Early Hinduism & Brahmanism Standard 6.5.3 Social Structure & The Caste System Standard 6.5.4 Teachings of Buddha & Spread of Buddhism Standard 6.5.5 Maurya & Asoka & Discoveries Standard 6.2.9 Geography & Major River Systems Standard 6.5.1 Early Hinduism & Brahmanism Standard 6.5.3 Social Structure & The Caste System Standard 6.5.4 Teachings of Buddha & Spread of Buddhism Standard 6.5.5 Maurya & Asoka & Discoveries Standard 6.2.9 Geography & Major River Systems Standard 6.5.1 Early Hinduism & Brahmanism Standard 6.5.3 Social Structure & The Caste System Standard 6.5.4 Teachings of Buddha & Spread of Buddhism Standard 6.5.5 Maurya & Asoka & Discoveries Standard 6.2.9 Geography & Major River Systems Standard 6.5.1 Early Hinduism & Brahmanism Standard 6.5.3 Social Structure & The Caste System Standard 6.5.4 Teachings of Buddha & Spread of Buddhism Standard 6.5.5 Maurya & Asoka & Discoveries Standard 6.2.9 Geography & Major River Systems Standard 6.5.1 Early Hinduism & Brahmanism Standard 6.5.3 Social Structure & The Caste System Standard 6.5.4 Teachings of Buddha & Spread of Buddhism Standard 6.5.5 Maurya & Asoka & Discoveries Standard 6.2.9

    2. What two rivers feed the fertile river valleys in India?

    3. The Ganges & Indus Rivers Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    4. What is the name of the mountain range that separates India from Asia, and has the highest mountains in the world?

    5. The Himalayas Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    6. What is a strong wind that blows one direction in the winter and another direction in the summer?

    7. Monsoon Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    8. What is the name of a large landmass, such as India, that is a part of another continent but is considered either geographically or politically as an independent entity?

    9. Subcontinent Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    10. This river runs SOUTH of the Himalayas and empties into the India Ocean.

    11. The Ganges River Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    12. What religion was started by the Aryans and believed in many gods and goddesses who controlled nature. It is the oldest religion in the world, and the THIRD largest?

    13. Hinduism Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    14. The idea of passing through many lives to reach the Brahman is called…

    15. Reincarnation Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    16. The consequences of how a person lives their life OR the effect of a person’s actions or conduct.

    17. Karma Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    18. Which Hindu god is known as the “destroyer of the world”?

    19. Siva Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    20. Which Hindu god has the head of an elephant and the body of a human with four arms? He is the god of wisdom and scribes.

    21. Ganesha Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    22. A social group from which a person cannot leave.

    23. Caste Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    24. The “divine law”. It requires people to perform the duties of their caste.

    25. Dharma Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    26. What social caste performed work that was thought to be dirty, such as collecting trash?

    27. Pariahs (a.k.a. Untouchables) Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    28. What social caste was made up of priests, and were thought to be the only people to perform religious ceremonies?

    29. Brahmans Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    30. Which social caste was made up of “common people” and was the largest of the social castes?

    31. Vaisyas Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    32. What is the religion started by Siddhartha Gautama that taught that life is full of suffering caused by desire, that suffering ceases when desires ceases, & that enlightenment obtained through right conduct, wisdom, and meditation releases one from desire, suffering and rebirth.

    33. Buddhism Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    34. What is the heart of Buddha’s teachings?

    35. The Four Noble Truths Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    36. What is the name of Buddha’s list that shows people how to eliminate suffering in their lives?

    37. Eightfold Path Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    38. What is the concept of Buddhism that was successfully used by Ghandi, Dr. Martin Luther King jr. and Caesar Chavez?

    39. Ahimsa Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    40. Who is the lama who heads the government?

    41. Dalai Lama Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    42. Who was the founder of the Mauryan Empire?

    43. Chandragupta Maurya Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    44. Who is the man believed by many historians to be “the greatest king of the Mauryan empire?”

    45. Emperor Asoka Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    46. List ONE major contribution to mankind made by Indians in LITURATURE.

    47. Any ONE of these answers is correct!  The Vedas  Mahabarata  Bagavad Gita Ramayana Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    48. List ONE contribution to mankind by Indians in MATHEMATICS!

    49. Any ONE of these answers is correct!  Algebra  Concept of and symbol for ZERO  Concept of and symbol for Infinity Symbols for #’s 1-9  Algorithms Go to Physical Map Go back to India Review Go to Topographical Map

    50. List ONE contribution to mankind by Indians in MEDICINE!