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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.|