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Question 1: ________ is the sole means of liberation in Visishtadvaita.
Jnana yogaBhagavad GitaBhaktiSamadhi

Question 2: ________, the main proponent of Visishtadvaita philosophy contends that the Prasthana Traya ("The three courses") i.e.
Achintya Bheda AbhedaAdi ShankaraVishishtadvaitaRamanuja

Question 3: The kāraṇa (cause) and kārya (effect) in Vishishtadvaita is different form other systems of ________.
Eastern philosophyIndian philosophyBuddhist philosophyHindu philosophy

Question 4: Tanka is attributed with having written commentaries on ________ and Brahma Sutras.
Chandogya UpanishadUpanishadsTaittiriya UpanishadShvetashvatara Upanishad

Question 5: Baruch Spinoza, the 17th century Dutch rationalist philosopher, in his magnum work ________ establishes the nature of God.
ConscienceEthicsUtilitarianismAristotle

Question 6: This philosophy believes in liberation through one's ________ (actions) in accordiance with the Vedas, the Varna (caste or class) system and the four Ashramas (stages of life), along with intense devotion to Vishnu.
DharmaMokshaKarmaJainism

Question 7: He is said to have lived for 106 years, during which time, he also helped to safeguard the idol of Ranganatha at Srirangam from ________ invaders[citation needed].
MosqueIslamMuhammadMuslim

Question 8: It is ________ of the qualified whole, in which Brahman alone exists, but is characterised by multiplicity.
NondualismMysticismSoulMonism

Question 9: The Soul and the Universe are only parts of this Absolute and hence, Vishishtadvaita is ________.
MonotheismPanentheismPantheismGod

Question 10: Sarvam khalvidam Brahma ________
Shvetashvatara UpanishadUpanishadsChandogya UpanishadTaittiriya Upanishad







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