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Ksitigarbha: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: In some areas, the admixture of traditional religions has led to Ksitigarbha being also regarded as a ________ deity, albeit his duties differ to what Ksitigarbha does.
East Asian religionsTaoismPantheismBuddhism

Question 2: In the ________ dynasty, during the reign of Emperor Ming, Buddhism started to flourish, reaching its peak in the era of the Tang Dynasty, eventually spreading to Japan and Korea.
Song DynastyHan DynastyMing DynastyYuan Dynasty

Question 3: [4] He came to the region of ________ to Mount Jiuhua.
Jixi CountyAnhuiShou CountyWuwei County

Question 4: In Shingon and other schools of East Asian ________, the mantra of Ksitigarbha comes from the "Treasury of Mantras" section of the Mahavairocana Sutra.
VajrayanaLineage (Buddhism)SamayaTibetan Buddhism

Question 5: Legend has it that he was an arhat from ________, who achieved great supernormal powers through his own merits and meditation.
MaldivesMalaysiaPakistanSri Lanka

Question 6: The effect of this mantra is producing the "________ Realm of Adamantine Indestructible Conduct." This mantra is the following: [5]
Hatha yogaBhaktiJnana yogaSamadhi

Question 7: The Narihira Santosen Temple in Katsushika, Tokyo contains the "Bound Jizō" of Ōoka Tadasuke fame, dating from the ________.
Tokugawa shogunateTokugawa YoshinobuBakumatsuEdo period

Question 8: Ksitigarbha's face and head are also idealized, featuring the ________, elongated ears and the other standard attributes of an enlightened being.
ChakraAumDharmaThird eye

Question 9: Three years after his ________, his tomb was opened, only to reveal that the body had not decayed.
SkandhaNirvanaBuddhismBuddhism and Hinduism

Question 10: She was deeply troubled when her mother died, because she had often been slanderous towards the ________.
Iṣṭha-deva(tā) (Buddhism)BuddhismHouseholder (Buddhism)Three Jewels
















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