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Question 1: For legal purposes, Buddhists, Jains and Sikhs are classified as Hindus and are subject to Hindu personal law.(see. ________, Status in India)
BuddhismHinduismIndian religionsJainism

Question 2: His family was native to the plains of Lumbini, in what is now southern ________.

Question 3: Muharram is a unique festival in the sense that it is not celebrated; it is a mournful commemoration of the death of ________'s grandson Imam Husain in 680 CE.

Question 4: The only Indian religion exclusively covered under the secular ("civil") law of India is ________ starting from Act III of 1872.
Debendranath TagoreKeshub Chunder SenBrahmoismBrahmo Samaj

Question 5: [64] This was condemned by the ________ as playing the worst kind of vote bank politics.
All India Forward BlocCommunist Party of India (Marxist)Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist)Revolutionary Socialist Party (India)

Question 6: [33][34] The largest denomination is ________, which is practised by nearly 80% of Indian Muslims.
AliIslamic schools and branchesRashidunSunni Islam

Question 7: ________, who founded Buddhism, was born to the Shakya clan just before Magadha (which lasted from 546–324 BCE) rose to power.
Ashoka the GreatBuddhism and HinduismKaundinyaGautama Buddha

Question 8: [60] In response, many states ruled by the ________ (BJP) introduced laws that made them more difficult; they assert that such conversions are often forced or allured.
Bharatiya Janata PartyShiv SenaAll India Forward BlocBharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha

Question 9: Notable temple cities include ________, which hosts a major Vaishnava Jagannath temple and Rath Yatra celebration; Tirumala - Tirupati, home to the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple; and Katra, home to the Vaishno Devi temple.

Question 10: The oldest surviving text of Hinduism is the ________, produced during the Vedic period and dated to 1700–1100 BCE.
VedasRigvedaPurusha suktaMahabharata


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