In the Medieval period in India, the term sati meant?
the wife threw herself on her mate’s funeral pyre
Which of the following events in Indian history approximate events of the Western Middle Ages in Europe?
the end of the Gupta dynasty to the Mongol invasion of India
Don't use plagiarized sources.
Get custom paper
Get Your Custom Essay on "Chapter 14 Reading Quiz..."
For You For Only $13.90/page!
The devotion of an upper-caste Hindu woman to her husband was dramatically expressed in Sati, a custom by which the wife threw her self on the funeral pyre of her late husband?
The dominant religion in India today is?
India’s most ancient text are?
Today, approximately eighty-five percent of India’s population is?
Which of the following correctly describes the major religion of India?
1. unique in having no historical founder2.
multiple gods are perceived as multiple aspects of the one god3. has no monolithic authority center or hierarchy(all of these answers are correct)
The fundamental Hindu belief is based on?
the divine, human, and animal as one
According to the text, a direct interpersonal contact with the Hindu “trinity” as described in the text?
Images of deities in Hinduism represent
the god is present in the image
The principals of gods, Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva express three aspects of Brahmanic power?
creation, preservation, destruction
Indian poetry makes use of several literary devices, such as the intentional similarity between vowel known as ?
The poetic language of ancient India is called?
Hindu perception of time is ?
The lord of the Dance is?
The architectural idea of the early Buddhist and Hindu temples was to represent which of the following ?
the sacred mountain
A particular melodic sequence in traditional Indian music would be called?
Sanskrit is the?
language of the educated classes
Hinduism regards the physical union of male and female ?
as symbolic of the eternal mingling of flesh and spirit?
The word – is used to describe music in the Indiana language and means both “sound” and “rhythm”?
the famous Venetian merchant who visited China in the thirteenth century was
Sanskrit lyric poetry is ?
the most erotic of all word literatures
Which of the following was not allowed in lyric poetry?
Under the role of the – emperors from 618 C.E. China experienced a flowering of the culture that was unmatched anywhere in the world?
The main route to official status in China throughout its long history has been?
the imperial examination system
The Hindu temple symbolized the ?
Which of the following does not represent the function of the Hindu temple?
place for congregational worship
The Hindu temple was like the Gothic cathedral in that?
it was a kind of “bible” in stone.
The sitar is ?
a musical instrument
Which of the following was not a Confucian teaching?
commitment to celibacy
The Tang Dynasty achieved all but one of the following reforms which on was not one of the reforms?
putting an end to the economic policies of their immediate predecessors
The Song Era of China advanced all but one of the following.
which one does not belong?
The text compares Chinese poetry to?
The earliest printed book is ?
The Diamond Sutra
Chinese painting draws heavily on?
everyday activities of men, women, and children