Take a quiz on Hindu Rituals

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1. There are only 4 rites of passage and every Hindu must follow them? Yes/No

 
 

2. Yajna (fire-oblation) can only be performed during a marriage ceremony? Yes/No

 
 

3. Which of the following are samskars (rites of passage)?

 
 
 
 
 
 

4. Which of the following paths can lead to Moksha (salvation)?

 
 
 
 

5. Each festival has some story and rituals associated with it? Yes/No

 
 

6. Hindus in ancient time used to carry Ganga water with them for drinking when travelling overseas? Yes/No

 
 

7. A Hindu must do all the rituals inside a temple only? Yes/No

 
 

8. A Hindu Aarati always has song accompanying the waving of a flame or a light?

 
 

9. Those following the path of Gnan (knowledge) do not have to do any Yajna? Yes/No

 
 

10. Puja should have either mantra or bhajans sung in the praise of the Lord? Yes/No

 
 

11. Aarati can be offered to multiple Gods at the same time? Yes/No

 
 

12. Which of the following are places of pilgrimage?

 
 
 
 

13. Every Hindu must perform Rituals? Yes/No

 
 

14. Food offered to God in a puja worship is only meant for God and cant be consumed by devotees? Yes/No

 
 

15. In a Yajna, oblations are offered into the fire? Yes/No

 
 

16. Japa requires you repeat a mantra over and over?

 
 

17. A Hindu Aarati must have a lamp or a flame? Yes/No

 
 

18. In most Hindu temples, deity is woken up in the morning and set to sleep in the evening? Yes/No

 
 

19. Kumbhmela held at the confluence of Ganga and Yamuna rivers is attended by a hand full of people? Yes/No

 
 

20. Darshan of a Hindu God is an act of devotee seeing the Lord as well as Lord seeing the devotee? Yes/No

 
 

21. Samskara (rites of passage) celebrate major life events? Yes/No

 
 

22. Puja (worship) can only be performed by a Brahmin priest only? Yes/No

 
 

23. A Hindu pilgrimage can only be done by visiting a holy place? Yes/No

 
 


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