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Cultural Syncretism: Bhakti Movement in India Model Question Paper

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Time : 01:30:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 50
    5 x 1 = 5
  1. _______________provided Hinduism with a philosophic doctrine of Advaita.

    (a)

    Adi Sankara

    (b)

    Ramanuja

    (c)

    Ramananda

    (d)

    Chaitanya

  2. Madhavacharya belonged to the philosophical school of__________.

    (a)

    Dwaita

    (b)

    Advaita

    (c)

    Visistadvaita

    (d)

    Pushti marga

  3. ___________was the first to preach his doctrine of devotion in Hindi.

    (a)

    Ravidas

    (b)

    Ramananda

    (c)

    Kabir

    (d)

    Namadev

  4. ________was the contemporary of the Maratha ruler Shivaji

    (a)

    Ramananda

    (b)

    Mirabai

    (c)

    Surdas

    (d)

    Tukaram

  5. Bhagavad Gita talk about the path of_________.

    (a)

    Vedic religion

    (b)

    Harappa

    (c)

    bhakti

    (d)

    Azhwars

  6. 5 x 1 = 5
  7. Kabir

  8. (1)

    Sahitya Lehari

  9. Sufism

  10. (2)

    Weaver

  11. Sufism

  12. (3)

    formless God

  13. Koon Pandyan

  14. (4)

    Shaik Taqi

  15. Tuka Ram

  16. (5)

    Sambandar

    4 x 1 = 4
  17. 1. Appar, a Saiva in his early life, later persuaded by his sister, turned to Jainism.
    2. Sufis regarded god as the supreme beauty.
    3. The Bengal Vaishnavites tried to reform Hinduism by promoting Ram bhakti.
    4. Devotional songs ofRavidas were included in the Buddhist Scriptures.

  18. 1. The earliest instances of conflict between Buddhism and Vaishnavism on the one hand.
    2. The Sramanic sects of Buddhism and saivisrn on the other hand occurred during the Pallava period.
    3. Mahendravarma Pallava I, a Jain by faith, persecuted those belonging to other religions.
    4. Samandar, a Jaina in his early life, called Darmasena.

  19. 1. Sur Das lived at the court of Akbar.
    2. Tuka ram was popularly known as the blind bard of Agra.
    3. Sur Das is believed to have been a disciple of Vallabacharya .
    4. VaUabhacharya was the founder ofPushtimarga.

  20. Assertion (A): Sufism represents the inward or esoteric side and the mystical dimension of Islam.
    Reason (R): Sufi saints transcended religious and communal distinctions, and worked
    for promoting the interest of humanity at large.
    (a) A is correct, R is not the correct explanation of A
    (b) A and R are wrong
    (c) Ais correct, R is the correct explanation of A
    (d) A is wrong, Ris correct

  21. 7 x 2 = 14
  22. Highlight the services rendered by Ramanujar for Bhakti cult ?

  23. What were Ramananda’s teachings?

  24. Mirabai’s songs and lyrics constitute a rich cultural heritage - Explain.

  25. What were the two different attitudes of the Hindu saints towards Islam?

  26. What are the prime gods?

  27. Name the two great religions emerged in the Indo-Gangetic valley.

  28. Name some most popular sufi orders?

  29. 4 x 3 = 12
  30. South India became the home of religious renaissance. Explain.

  31. Kabir’s teachings.

  32. Point out the impact of the Bhakti Movement.

  33. What are the terms used by muslim saints?

  34. 2 x 5 = 10
  35. Explain the impact of Sufism.

  36. List out the salient features of the Bhakti Movement.

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