Brahman, the Ultimate Reality, is a key belief in Hinduism. Hindus worship gods and goddesses, including the trimurti (Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva) and the different forms of the gods and goddesses.
What is the difference between Brahman and Brahma?
They are different spellings of the same word
They are male and female forms of the same god
Brahman means ‘Ultimate Reality’ and Brahma is the creator god
Which word describes the three Hindu gods Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva?
What does a monist believe?
That there is only one God
That ‘everything is Brahman and Brahman is everything’
That the universe began with the sound ‘aum’
Which goddess is the mother goddess, the consort of Shiva?
Which of the gods of the trimurti is known as the preserver?
Which group of Hindus focus their worship on the ten avataras of Vishnu?
What does the symbol of an open hand mean on a murti?
Which of the gods is known as ‘Lord of the Dance’?
What is a murti?
An image used when worshipping a god or goddess
Why do Hindus worship many thousands of gods and goddesses?
Because they are all aspects of the Divine One, Brahman
Because the Hindu religion in polytheistic
Because they cannot make their minds up