A Concise Introduction to World Religions, Third Edition: Chapter 9

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Question 1:


a) Ultimate Reality
b) The gurus
c) The community
d) Sikh worship

Question 2:


a) Guru Angad
b) His son
c) Guru Gobind Singh
d) Guru Hargobind

Question 3:


a) Guru-Granth
b) Guru-Panth
c) The eternal Guru
d) The personal Guru

Question 4:


a) 5–7 a.m.
b) 9–11 p.m.
c) 3–6 p.m.
d) 3–6 a.m.

Question 5:


a) Guru Gobind Singh
b) Guru Nanak
c) Guru Kabir
d) Guru Hargobind

Question 6:


a) Guru Ram Das
b) Guru Tegh Bahadur
c) Guru Gobind Singh
d) Guru Har Rai

Question 7:


a) Holi
b) Divali
c) Baisakhi Day
d) Hola Mahalla

Question 8:


a) 1004
b) 974
c) 854
d) 944

Question 9:


a) Sangat
b) Langar
c) Gurdwara
d) Panth

Question 10:


a) Communal meal
b) Prayer
c) Inspiration for the day
d) Purification

Question 11:


a) 30
b) 40
c) 33
d) 52

Question 12:


a) Harmony and balance
b) Devotion and piety
c) Love and passion
d) Goodwill and love

Question 13:


a) Guru Nanak
b) Guru Ram Das
c) Guru Arjan
d) Guru Amar Das

Question 14:


a) In commitment to the community
b) In faith in God
c) In ascetic renunciation
d) In the life of the householder

Question 15:


a) Guru Nanak
b) Guru Arjan
c) Guru Hargobind
d) Guru Ram Das

Question 16:


a) Hymns
b) The life narratives
c) The birth narratives
d) Stories

Question 17:


a) Sansar
b) Hukam
c) Mantar
d) Karam

Question 18:


a) 36
b) 5
c) 11
d) 23

Question 19:


a) Guru Arjan
b) Guru Ram Das
c) Guru Nanak
d) Guru Amar Das

Question 20:


a) Pure
b) True
c) Discipline
d) Nectar