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1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt GeographyBuddhismHinduism General Questions India And Persia
2 Slide 2 1. What is the highest peak in the Himalayas?
3 1. Mount Everest
4 2. The __________ plain provides good farmland in South Asia.
5 2. Indo-Ganges
6 3. What is a large area of land that is separated from other countries by water and land?
7 3. subcontinent
8 4. What is the dry, high region south of the Indo-Ganges Plain?
9 4. Deccan Plateau
10 5. The land surrounding the Indus River in Pakistan is called the _______.
11 5. Indus River Valley
12 6. The Budda founded a religion to help people free themselves from ________.
13 6. suffering
14 7. Siddhartha spent several years fasting and practicing _____________.
15 7. Meditation
16 8. Budda believed that all people could achieve ___________.
17 8. enlightenment
18 9. Buddhism is based on the _____________ about human suffering.
19 9. Four Noble Truths
According to Buddhist tradition, Buddhism was founded by ____________.
What is the main religion of India?
What is the one universal being that Hindus recognize as the source and final destination of everything?
What is the process called through which a person goes from one life to the next?
In Hinduism, the order of the universe is called _____.
Bathing in the waters of the ______ River is considered a sacred Hindu ritual.
The monsoon season, or rainy season, lasts from______ to _____.
The process of growing food mainly for self consumption is called ___________.
In Hinduism, a lifelong social group is called a _______.
King _______, who followed Cyrus, brought the Persian Empire to India.
Another name for rainy season is the _______ season.
What was the main language of the Aryans?
The _______, or serfs, were given the lowest position in society.
The Aryans formed groups that were headed by a ________, or priest leader.
Who is the founder of the Persian empire?
“Books of Knowledge” that contain much of the stories and songs of the Aryans are called ________.
India Social Studies Grade 6. Lesson 1 Mount Everest The highest peak in the Himalayas and the tallest mountain on Earth.
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