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Question 1: The example of ________ and yogurt is often given in this regard – yogurt is a preparation of milk, but still yogurt cannot be used as milk.
MilkRiceMaizeSoybean

Question 2: Harihara is the name of a combined deity form of both Vishnu (Hari) and ________ (Hara) from the Hindu tradition.
AvatarGaneshaBhagavad GitaShiva

Question 3: Some schools hold that only Vishnu (including his associated ________) is the Supreme God, and others that Shiva (including his different incarnations) is actually the Supreme being.
Hindu deitiesAvatarKrishnaRama

Question 4: Lord Shiva is not one of the living entities; he is, more or less, ________ Himself.
Bhagavad GitaKrishnaVyasaBalarama

Question 5: The exact nature of both Vishnu and Shiva (from their associated stories in Vedic and ________ scriptures), and their position of difference or unity (or both), is a subject of some debate amongst the different philosophical schools.
Agni PuranaBhavishya PuranaPuranasBhagavata Purana







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