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Question 559

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Which of the following meanings are associated with the term “Dharma” ?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Righteousness

b.

Quality/attribute

c.

Duty

d.

All b., a. and c. are correct

Question 560

Classical Indian Philosophy
Purusa

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Matching-Pair▾

Find matching pair:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Samkhya

Goraksha

b.

Vedanta

Madhva

c.

Nyaya

Udayana

d.

Both c. and b. are correct

Question 561

Classical Indian Philosophy
Pramanas

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Which of the following Pramanas (means of knowledge) are accepted by the Naiyayikas?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Pratyaksha

b.

Anupalabdhi

c.

Upamana

d.

Both c. and a. are correct

Question 562

Classical Indian Philosophy
Isvara

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Identify the statements that correctly represent the nature of Ishvara (God) in Yoga philosophy.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

The word ‘Om’ denotes Ishvara

b.

Ishvara is the Guru of all Gurus – the primordial teacher

c.

Ishvara is the creator of the universe

d.

Both a. and b. are correct

Question 563

Classical Indian Philosophy
Advaita (Adhyasa, Brahman, Isvara, Atman, Jiva, Moksa, Visistadvaita)

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Matching-Pair▾

Find matching pair:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Nimbarka

Gudhartha Dipika

b.

Vidyaranya

Sarva Darshana Samgraha

c.

Adi Shankara

Aparokshanubhuti

d.

Both c. and b. are correct

Question 564

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Which of the following statements are true in the light of the philosophy of Kashmira Shaivism?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Kashmira Shaivism is also known as the Pratyabhijna school

b.

Kashmira Shaivism considers Shakti (the phenomenal world) to be entirely illusory

c.

The three Goddesses in Kashmira Shaivism are Para, Parapara and Apara

d.

Both c. and a. are correct

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