Take a quiz on Hindu Rituals

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1. Which of the following are places of pilgrimage?

 
 
 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

13. Every Hindu must perform Rituals? Yes/No

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 
 
 
 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 
 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 


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