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What are the Upanishads all about

upanishads are vedas for hindus upanishads mean'to sit near the teacher'

The state of jhansi was made a part of the british empire in India through

DOCTORINE OF LAPSE

The chief impact of vedic culture on Indian history was

The Vedic culture stemmed from the Vedas. which are the oldest scriptures of Hinduism. Its chief impact on Indian history was the spread and growth of Sanskrit.

During whose reign did the Marathas reach maximum expansion

during whose reign did the marathas reach maximum expansion

Akbar Followed the policy of conciliation towards the rajputs with a view to

Marrying Rajput ladies

What are all the regions of India

The five regions of India are:

North India

Northeast India

East India

South India

West India

What happened to Buddhism in India

Buddhism disappered from India over a period of 800 years

Upanishads are books on

upanishads are books on which catogeri

The chief impact of vedic culture on Indian history was the

the chief impact of vedic culture on Indian history was the ?

Who was governor general when the 1857 revolt broke out

canning

The most important limitation that generally served as a check on the absolution of the sultans of delhi was the power of the

Ulemas

Vyavaharika satya is one of the aspects of the existence of the world according to

Advaita Vedanta as propounded by the mystic and philosopher Sankaracarya, positing a relative ( vyaviharika ) perception of reality that obscures the non-dual truth.

The five kinds of pure souls in jainism are referred to as

panchamajivas

Sankara's philosophy mainly is the gist of

sankaras philosophy mainly is the gist of

what is theanswer for this question

What do the tendai sect of esoteric Buddhism believe

They believe in the Lotus Sutra. They follow the beliefs of the Historic Buddha

In the age of mahavira jainism was known as

In the age of Mahavir, Jainism was known as "Jin Sashan" which would roughly translate to "Jainism" itself, because 23 other Tirthankaras had preceded Mahavir and spread the principles of Jainism. In the age of Mahavir, his parents and many others were already following Jainism propagated by Parshwanath, the 23rd Tirthankar of Jainism.

The vedic tribes lived in tribal groups were ruled by

ganapati

The historical existence of Buddha and the generally accepted period is

The time of his birth and death are uncertain, most early 20th-century historians dated his lifetime as circa. 563 BC to 483 BC.

The spread of jainism began to decline in the seventh and subsequent centuries as a result of the rise of saiva and vaishnava saints in

SOUTH

Who sent the religious missionaries to andhra and Tamil regions to propagate the jainism

sanskrithi

The samayagadarsana samyakjnana and samyagcharitha are collectively called as

triratna

Sankaras philosophy mainly is the gist of

The Adi Sankara's philosophy is basically a rehashing of ideas taken from the past. It's based on Advaita Vedanta and suggests that everything revolves around the identity of the Self and the Whole, and how everything in the universe is connected.

Seals found in mohenjodaro and lothal point out to close trade contacts between indus valley and

mesopotamian civilisations

In how many ways does the chandogya upanishad explained dharma

three ways

Who built sher shah suri tomb

Sher shah suri

What was the the fourth type of knowledge obtained by Mahavira during the 13th year of quest

kevala jnana

Why do you believe in genesis story of creation regarding humans origin

because the world is so beautiful and i dont believe it could ever be an accident

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