The teachings of Hinduism include an understanding of the aims of human life and the personal virtues of a practising Hindu. Understanding the nature of human life also involves an awareness of the cycle of birth and death.
What is ‘atman’?
The Hindu scriptures
A person’s soul or spirit, Brahman expressed in one life
The life cycle in Hinduism
In Hindu scripture, why is atman similar to salt in water?
Because salt in water can be cleansing
Because salt in water is a symbol of the ocean
Because salt in water cannot be seen, but is present and never destroyed
Which one of these is one of the four aims in a Hindu’s life?
Which of these is not one of the four varnas (or castes) in traditional Hindu society?
Which word means the cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth?
What is a Hindu’s ultimate goal in life?
Which key Hindu idea means ‘illusion’?
Which of the following is not one of the three gunas (or stages)?
What is the Hindu word for the Ultimate Reality that is present in all living things?
Which word means the personal duties a Hindu should follow, based on their birth and stage of life?