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Question 1: It also connotes and has come to mean a proverb and a form of prayer throughout ________ having arisen in the Vedas.
JainismHinduismBuddhismIndian religions

Question 2: The most common form of shloka in classical (post-Vedic) poetry is the anustubh, a verse of four padas (feet), each of eight ________.
GeminationVowel lengthMora (linguistics)Syllable

Question 3: The ________ term śloka (श्लोक; also anglicized as shloka or sloka) specifically denotes a metered and often rhymed poetic verse or phrase.

Question 4: Shloka has become equated with Hindu prayer and is often comparable to a proverb and ________ of praise to be sung or chanted in liturgy.
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