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6th grade S.S. 9-2.

Buddhism study review.

Describe the sacred writings of Hinduism. What are they called? What do they describe? "Books of Knowledge" written in Sanskrit. Contain history of Hindu religion. List the dharma rules for each caste level. Written in song form.
List three details that describe the caste system in India during the birth of Hinduism? 1: The only way to change the caste system is death + reincarnation into a new life. 2: Only allowed to have jobs within your caste level. 3: Only allowed to marry within your caste..
Who were the untouchables? ~Children of the outcastes. ~Live in poverty. ~Being punished for something in their past life.
In 1950, the Indian government outlawed the caste system and made it illegal to mistreat untouchables. List and describe two reasons the government ended this practice? 1: It was unfair to treat the untouchables + outcastes with such disrespect. 2:Unfair to deny opportunities for people who are willing to work hard in this lifetime.
Interpret the statement: "Good dharma means good karma." (rules) If you are good at following dharma rules, you will have good karma to push you up in the caste system in your next life.
List two different ways Hinduism and Buddhism are alike and two ways they are different. Similarities|Differences Karma|Hindus=believed in caste system. Buddhists=no caste system b/c they want equality. Reincarnation|Hindus=focus on all life is connected. Buddhists=focus on how to end suffering.
Who was Siddhartha Guatama? Describe his life before he left the palace. A prince in a small kingdom in India. Born + raised as a Hindu with a perfect life. He never knew of pain + suffering in the world. His father sheltered him o that he would be a king + not a teacher(Because of his mom's dream).
What three experience upset Siddhartha Guatama and made him feel that he should leave the palace? He discovered: 1:pain} 2:illness} all cause suffering 3:death}
Siddhartha decided to become a monk and search for wisdom. His name was eventually changed to Buddha. What does that mean? What did he discover? "awakened one" or "enlightened one"; The four noble truths and realized that the eightfold path will leads to the Middle way.
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