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7th-Unit 2.3 SE Asia

SS7G12 Religion/Culture

religious group a group of people who share a belief system in a God or gods, with a specific set of rituals and literature.
ethnic group a group of people who share common characteristics such as language, physical appearance, customs, and traditions; the cultural ideas and beliefs have been part of their community for generations.
culture the way a group of people live; includes the way they dress, where they live, what they eat, and their religion.
Buddhism major religion of Southeast Asia that believes in reincarnation, karma, and Nirvana; founded by Siddhartha.
Shintoism religion in Japan that believes in nature spirits called kami
Hinduism major religion in India that is polytheistic, believes in reincarnation and karma, and the idea that everyone has a soul called Atman.
Confucianism philosophy in China that developed an intricate system of ethics.
reincarnation the idea that when a person dies their spirit will be reborn.
karma the idea that when people do something good or bad it will come back to them.
caste system Hindu social and class system; someone born in one caste could not rise to a different caste.
kami belief that everything in nature has a spirit or god; could be ancestors that died and have now become part of nature.
moksha the goal of Hindus; to achieve peace and freedom from the cycle of reincarnation.
Tripitaka the holy book of Buddhism.
Nirvana the ultimate state of enlightenment, happiness, and peace in Buddhism.
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