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Question 1: Translated from the ________, the term literary means "Bhagavan Himself" or "directly Bhagavan".
SanskritBuddhismPaliMantra

Question 2: Svayam bhagavan is a Sanskrit theological term that refers to the concept of absolute representation of the monotheistic God as Bhagavan himself within ________.
HinduismIndian religionsAyyavazhiBuddhism

Question 3: In ________ the concept of God is complex and depends on a particular tradition.
BuddhismIndian religionsHinduismAyyavazhi

Question 4: The term is seldom used to refer to other forms of Krishna and/or Vishnu within the context of certain religious texts such as the ________, and also within other sects of Vaishnavism.
Bhagavata PuranaBhagavad GitaAgni PuranaGaruda Purana

Question 5: Certain other traditions of ________ consider him to be the source of all avataras, and the source of Vishnu himself, or to be the same as Narayana.
Indian religionsBuddhismAyyavazhiHinduism

Question 6: When Krishna is recognized to be Svayam Bhagavan, it can be understood that this is the belief of ________,[6] the Vallabha Sampradaya,[7] and the Nimbarka Sampradaya, where Krishna is accepted to be the source of all other avatars, and the source of Vishnu himself.
Gaudiya VaishnavismA. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami PrabhupadaChaitanya MahaprabhuHindu reform movements

Question 7: It is most often used in ________ Krishna-centered theology as referring to Krishna.
Hindu reform movementsA. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami PrabhupadaGaudiya VaishnavismChaitanya Mahaprabhu

Question 8: Chanted prayers, or ________, are central to Hindu worship.
BuddhismMantraVajrayanaBuddhism and Hinduism

Question 9: Many mantras are from the sacred ________, and in Sanskrit.
VedasRigvedaSanskrit literatureIndian epic poetry

Question 10: For Sindhi Hindus, who are deeply influenced by Sikhism, ________ is seen as the omnipotent cultivation of all Hindu gods and goddesses.
NontheismTheologyGodPantheism







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