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Moksha: Quiz


Question 1: There are three major views on moksha from traditional ________ philosophy.
Adi ShankaraAdvaita VedantaHindu philosophyVedanta

Question 2: In ________, Moksa and Nirvana (Jainism) are one and the same.
Indian religionsHinduismJainismJain philosophy

Question 3: In ________, attaining Moksa requires annihilation of all karmas, good and bad; because if karma is left, it must bear fruit.
HinduismIndian religionsJain philosophyJainism

Question 4: Different schools of Hinduism place varying emphasis on one path or other, some of the most famous being the tantric and yogic practices developed in ________.
Indian religionsHinduismAyyavazhiBuddhism

Question 5: By immersing oneself in the love of God, one's ________ (good or bad, regardless) slough off, one's illusions about beings decay and 'truth' is soon known and lived.

Question 6: These are: working for the Supreme (Karma Yoga), realizing the Supreme (Jnana Yoga), meditating on the Supreme (Raja Yoga) and serving the Supreme in loving devotion (________).
Bhagavad GitaBhaktiSamadhiHatha yoga

Question 7: According to ________, for liberation, the individual soul or Atman is to be realized as one with the divine ground of all being, Brahman – the source of all spiritual and phenomenal existence.
Adi ShankaraVyasaAdvaita VedantaVishishtadvaita

Question 8: ________ (Swarga) is believed to be a place of temporal attractions to be avoided by the seeker in order to pursue the ultimate goal of yoking up with God through Yoga.

Question 9: In ________ (dualist monism) and Vishistadvaita (qualified monism) schools of Vaishnava traditions, Moksha is defined as the loving, eternal union with God (Ishvara) and considered the highest perfection of existence.
DvaitaHindu philosophyAdvaita VedantaAdi Shankara

Question 10: [10] Through discernment of the real and the unreal, the sadhak (practitioner) would unravel the ________ and come to an understanding that the observable world is unreal and impermanent, and that consciousness is the only true existence.
MantraBuddhismBuddhism and HinduismMaya (illusion)

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