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The Hindu connoisseur (Reply) E-mail
This week the answers to the questions of our article, 2 weeks ago.

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1. The cradle of Hinduism is:
A] India (0) B] For Indies (10) C] UK-India (0)

Hinduism originated in For Indies. Ca. 3000 v Chr. For India was an area that issues from Afghanistan to Burma, from Tibet to Sri lanka. India is the name of the Hindu part of British India. (Pakistan and Bangladesh, the Muslim parts of British India) British India is the part of India that is remaining after the domination by rulers of other cultures, as the Mogolkeizers. British India came after thousands of years after Hinduism was created.

2. The Image of God consists of:
A] Many Gods (3) B] A God (10) C] A hoofdgod and many goddesses (0)

Hinduism has a oerkracht, the Cosmic Consciousness or Brahm. All forms and names are aspects of that one. Unity in diversity means that it does not matter through which the road to salvation (Moksha) looks. By Krishna, Aum, Shiva etc. All roads lead to the same goal. Since many Hindus do experience as many separate gods I have to answer to three points allocated.

3. Someone is shaven:
A] after birth (5) B] After the death of one of the parents (5) C] Answers A and B are good (10)

Well after birth and after death of either parent, the child shaven. The division points speaks for itself so. But also during initiation (djanew) by the Guru during the waiver (Sanyasi) the person in question shaven. The removal of the hair, which we are very proud to have the following meanings:

  • Detachment, let that fly where you're proud of, because it is temporary. Leer this process.
  • Sign of mourning, especially after the death. Show that you are the detachment of the person you have left.
  • New birth, you are spiritually born again. The Guru is your third age
  • The hair, the work of protection of the soft skull, and is replaced by stronger hair. Moeran is because the brittle just her energy away from the body while the vital organs in the body are evolving and the body's physical energy in a much better way to use.

4. Hindus may not eat:
A] Pork (0) B] Beef (5) C] Meat, fish and eggs (10)

Central to Hinduism is the Ahinsa thinking. Every living creature is a soul. This means that we are connected through the divine spark in us. Both human and animal health as the vegetative life. Only the vegetative life has no nervous system and blood. Vegetable and fruit you can always use as food, because they experienced no pain. Acting from the Ahinsa thinking means that you are not only living pain-handling. When it comes to food than that implies that you no meat, fish and eggs may eat. For these things to eat you first need a living being hurt. An egg is a body where a soul could potentially within.
Because it is known that the cow a sacred animal (question 5) and a beef taboo for Hindu, I answer for B is given 5 points.
A remarkable fact is that the Ahinsa thinking based on respect and protection of all life, including your own life you must protect. Words such as' violence 'and' tolerance 'are not true synonyms of Ahinsa!

5. The cow is sacred, because:
A] The food and fuel supplies (3) B] is a good tv program (0) C] It symbolizes the cosmic mother (10)

In Hinduism is what our costs and provides a parent view. So the pure and holy cow milk (pure food according to the Vedas) to give us apart from the fact that it also gives her own calf. Besides the cow are also the earth and nature as a mother. The earth is the cosmic mother in the sense that the earth always stories in the form of a cow to adopt in order to make her story Vishnu. In scientific circles it is claimed that the Hindus the cow taboo because they supplied food and fuel to the Aryan civilization. Also, the scientists assumed that the cow was sacrificed and eaten.

6. The afterlife is for the Hindus from:
A] Reincarnation (5) B] Redemption (5) C] Both (10)

If you are good or bad karma's already done so then you will return as a living creature. Only when you are not connected with the results of your actions, you are relieved of the ever come back to earth.

7. The red dot that Hindu women often make in their head:
A] symbolizes their third eye (10) B] Does that mean they are married (10) C] Refers to their subservience to the man (0)

A sign on the forehead symbolizes always the third eye. With your two eyes, take the outside world, but you also need something, understanding, for example, to get inside to observe. Through meditation and concentration that can happen. A sign on the forehead indicates that they are working.
During the marriage ritual, the bride from her groom a red dot on the forehead. This is a sign of the married. Also, the installation of a red dot that both bride and groom emotionally, mentally and physically in relation to each other should be. In the community there are women more duties than rights. This has more of a dominant male to do with Hinduism. Dedication refers to a relationship of equality.

8. The conch, the bell and the bell used in rituals:
A] to chase away evil forces (5) B] Creating an inner harmony (5) C] Creating awareness awake (10)

These instruments are used as advertisement for the Godhead you a sacrifice, but also for your own presence and awareness.

9. The trinity in Hinduism consists of:
A] Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva (10) B] Body, Consciousness and Soul (10) C] God, Creation and the Soul (10)

All three answers are good. This is a typical trick question to answer.
At the macro level is A good answer, at the meso level response C, and on the micro-level response B is correct.

10. Hindu prayers were originally in:
A] Hindi (0) B] Sanskrit (10) C] Hindu (0)

Originally the prayers / mantras in Sanskrit. The songs are in Hindi (spoken in India) and Hindu (Surinamese version of the Hindi).

11. The (De) sacred writings (s) of the Hindu:
A] Is the Bhagavad Gita (10) B] Are the Vedas (10) C] Is the Torah (0)

In the two currents, the Sanatan Dharma and the Arya Samaj, are respectively the Bhagavad Gita and the four Vedas as the authoritative writings considered.

12. A Hindu is someone:
A] whose ancestors come from India (10) B] This is a Hindu by birth (0) C] Those registered as Hindu (Hindu stand!) (0)

After the independence of British India was the land of the Hindus, Hindustan listed. But there were also Christians, and Muslims live Boedhisten. The word Hindu is derived from the name of India (Hindustan). Other Hindus believe can wane, not only the Hindus.

13. A Guru is:
A] A spiritual teacher (10) B] The third age (5) C] A person who practices yoga (0)

A Guru is a spiritual teacher. He is also regarded as a third parent. He is also someone who must include yoga practice.

14. Pandit literally means:
A] A saint (0) B] A scholar (10) C] A Priest (5)

Pandit literally means a scholar. Someone can also Pandit in medicine, or as Pandit Ravi Shankar, an expert in the field of music or art as Pandit Nehru an adept politician. In the vernacular is often used for someone who bears the spiritual office, so a priest.

Number of Points
Your knowledge of Hindu Affairs
140-110 You belong to the category 'Hindu KENNER SUPERIOR'
110-80 You belong to the category 'Hindu KENNER GRANDE'
80 to 50 You belong to the category 'Hindu KENNER NORMAL'
50 to 20 You belong to the category 'Hindu KENNER NOT ENOUGH'
20 to 0 Unfortunately we can not expect a real Hindu KENNER
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