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Question 1: The other two being sectarian religions and ________ founded religions.

Question 2: The less accessible ________ were rejected and parallel Vachanas were compiled.
Sanskrit literatureVedasRigvedaIndian epic poetry

Question 3: Some of the more notable instructional texts are the Shaivistic teaching series of the Western-born Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami's Himalayan Academy, which includes a book on how to convert to ________.
Indian religionsBuddhismAyyavazhiHinduism

Question 4: There can also be no doubt that the fitness revolution's ecstatic love-affair with yoga in the 1990s has helped spur on new interest in the teachings of ________ in the West.
AyyavazhiIndian religionsHinduismBuddhism

Question 5: Sunderlal Bahuguna created the ________ movement for the preservation of forestlands according to the Hindu ecological ideas.
UttarakhandGarhwal divisionChipko movementHaridwar

Question 6: In social work, Mahatma Gandhi, Vinoba Bhave, ________ and Shrii Shrii Anandamurti have been most important.
Sarvepalli RadhakrishnanBaba AmtePandurang Shastri AthavaleMother Teresa

Question 7: There are also several ________ and Wiccan traditions, such as SHARANYA, which teach traditional Shakta Tantra within a Western, Wicca-influenced context.
NeopaganismNeo-druidismGermanic NeopaganismNew Age

Question 8: In Indonesia several movements favour a return to ________ in Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan, and Sulawesi.
HinduismBuddhismAyyavazhiIndian religions

Question 9: Most of the Hindu movements, with the exception of the Hare Krishna movement, reflect a more ________-like ideology.
Vishnu sahasranamaSmartismHindu denominationsHinduism

Question 10: The ________ or RSS was founded by Keshav Baliram Hegdewar in 1925.
Madhav Sadashiv GolwalkarRashtriya Swayamsevak SanghSangh ParivarHindu nationalism


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