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Hinduism and Budism

religions in the Indus river valley

TermDefinition
Vedas Books of knowledge that contain the basic beliefs of Hinduism
Caste System Organizes all of Indias Hindu people into hundreds of groups and levels.
Reincarnation Cycle of birth, death and rebirth where each rebirth is a punishment or reward for the life one led before
Dharma Laws and duties provided by the Vedas; includes hundreds of rules that tell the Hindus of each caste how to live.
Outcastes People who married against the rules of their caste or did a job their caste was not permitted to do
Siddhartha Gautama Buddha, born in 563 BC in a small kingdom of India, a prince who gave up all he had to become a monk to seach for the meaning of life.
Buddha Awakened one
Karma A force caused by a persons good and bad acts, affects a persons future lives
Eightfold path A set of instructions on the proper way for Buddhists to live to end the suffering in their lives
The Middle way A way of living where the laws of the eightfold path are not to strict or too easy
enlightenment the path Buddha set his followers on
Buddhism A religion that came about when Siddhartha Gautama, a rich prince of Northern India, sought a way to end suffering in the world by living according to the Four Noble truths and following the teachings of the Eightfold path.
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