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What are stupas? A. Buddhist monasteries and shrines B. Buddhist commemorative burial mounds C. war memorials D. Asoka's principles for moral law my answer is a How did Asoka’s rule lead to a prosperous India? A. He conquered nearby Greek-controlled

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  1. SS

    What are stupas? A. Buddhist monasteries and shrines B. Buddhist commemorative burial mounds C. War memorials D. Asoka's principles for moral law
  2. History

    What are stupas? A. Buddhist monasteries and shrines B. Buddhist commemorative burial mounds C. war memorials D. Asoka's principles for moral law my answer is a How did Asoka’s rule lead to a prosperous India? A. He conquered nearby Greek-controlled
  3. Art

    war memorials honor those who fought and died for a nation. which of the following is not a reasons war memorials are important? A. Memorials honor the family of the dead. B. Memorials let the public experience wars reality. C. Memorials allow visitors to
  4. Art

    war memorials honor those who fought and died for a nation. which of the following is not a reasons war memorials are important? A. Memorials honor the family of the dead. B. Memorials let the public experience wars reality. C. Memorials allow visitors to
  5. World History

    How did the Shinto belief system develop in early Japan? A. Clans erected shrines to worship their ancestors. B. Buddhist ideas evolved into Shinto beliefs. C. Warriors built shrines to remember fallen comrades D. Clans honored powerful natural spirits and
  6. w.g

    who was asoka? A) a buddhist emperor of the mauryan empire B)**a buddhist emperor of the mauryan empire C)a buddhist emperor of the gupta empire D)a muslim missionary during the 700s
  7. geography

    my teacher says i should add more to this paragraph in my essay, so far i have: , "Buddhism is a non-theistic religion which means they do not believe in a God. Christians believe in the holy trinity, “Father, Son and the Holy Spirit”. Buddhist believe
  8. Buddha Story....

    May I post a Buddhist Koan (parable or riddle) that I wrote myself and get a critique of it? I already showed it to some of my Buddhist friends at the Pao Fa Temple and they really liked it. No. It is not homework, and we do homework help, and do that
  9. English

    Directions: Write a concise response putting yourself in the role of "ethicist" and offering advice on how to handle the issue presented. The issue is "My high school requires that we dissect frogs. I am Buddhist, and we Buddhist have a reverence for all
  10. w.g

    most people visit south asia to see: A)wild animals, mountains, temples and festivals B)great forest, unspoiled by human activity c)** sophisticated metropolitan region D)buddhist monasteries why has tourism declined in sri lanka? a)pollution B)habitat
  11. History

    During the Zhou dynasty, China: A. abolished slavery in order to increase agricultural production. B. large-scale water control programs were undertaken to regulate the flow of rivers and distribute water to the fields. C. continued to consider merchants
  12. socail studies

    What is the significance of the stupas and monasteries Asoka caused to be built throughout India?
  13. religion

    How do contemporary Buddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion? Go to http://www.google.com and enter buddhism -- be sure to spell it correctly! =) How do contemporary Buddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion? By following
  14. History

    Drag the word into the right box into the sentences. Words may be used once or not at all. Options: Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Buddhist Most people living in Southwest Asia are________ The majority of people living in Cyprus however are________ And the
  15. Career Question

    Hi everyone, I've got a career-related question. A few weeks ago, our class took a "Career Cruising" quiz, which is meant to help students explore career options that correspond to their interests and talents. Based on my quiz answers, my homeroom teacher
  16. art

    these are correct Which of the following is not a reason war memorials are important? Correct answer A. Memorials honor the family members of the dead. Incorrect answer B. Memorials allow visitors to experience the reality of war. Incorrect answer C.
  17. Social studies

    Drag the word to the right box in the sentences. Words may be used once or not at all. Most people living in Southwest Asia are______ The majority of people living in Cyprus however are______ And the majority of people living in Israel are______ Choices:
  18. History

    Conflicts beetween which groups of people have led to war in Lebanon. Select all that apply. A. Buddhist B. Christian***** C. Sunni Muslims***** D. Jewish***** E. Shiite Muslims F. Druze***** G. Agnostics My answers=***
  19. Social studies

    Why did mound builders build burial mounds
  20. geography

    What is the Buddhist Plan called?
  21. history

    why did people think they could be free from suffering through buddhist teachings?
  22. Religious Studies

    what are the five gifts brought to the monastry by each new buddhist monk?
  23. Buddha Question....

    Does anyone know anything about the Buddhist monk Ummon? I read a koan (a type of Buddhist proverb or riddle) by Ummon that said some pretty harsh things about Buddha. I am wondering why a Chinese Buddhist monk of Ummon's statue would denigrate the founder
  24. HUM 130 Religions of the World

    How do contemporary Buddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion?
  25. religion

    How do contemporary Buddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion?
  26. religion

    How do contemporary Buddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion?
  27. HUM 130

    How do contemporary* Buddhist practices reflect* the foundations of the religion*?
  28. history

    compare Hindu and Buddhist beliefs about reincarnation and how one should live.
  29. Religion

    How do contemporary Buddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion?
  30. Stratford

    How do contemporary Buddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion?
  31. Hum

    How do contemporary Buddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion?
  32. history

    What did mounds serve as? Check all that apply. 1)burial sites 2)meeting places 3)ritual baths 4)schools 5)temples
  33. History

    What is the significance of the stupas and monasteries Asoka caused to be built throughout India? A. They were protested by many Hindus. B. They were public works that brought jobs to many. C. They honored ancestors that brought joy to Indians. D. They
  34. History (continued)

    1. Which of the following is true in regards to the House of representatives? A. Terms are 2 years B. In order to run, a person must be 25 years old C. representation is based on population D. All of the above Answer: D 2. A court order allowing an
  35. social studies

    which of the following would be used for building mounds select all that apply (2 points) burial sites village meeting halls religious purposes market site for food crops
  36. Art

    PLEASE HELP! URGENT! I need to find an example of where buddhist art can be found today like an example of it.. a statue, temple, etc. I need one so i can write about it. Thank you soo much!
  37. Art

    Can someone check my answers? 1. The arrangement of the objects in this Chinese painting reflect Taoist and Buddhist principles and philosophies. Which of these principles or philosophies is best demonstrated by the placement of the tall cliffs in the
  38. Social studies

    Turkic invaders brought ________ into South Asia. A Islam B Christianity C Hinduism D Buddhist I believe the answer is C
  39. Geography

    Which group in Chinese society not given equal education and job opportunities. A the wealthy. B women. C men. D. Buddhist
  40. History

    Which of the following would be a use for mounds? Choose all that apply. 1) burial site 2) village meeting hall 3) religious purpose 4) market site for food and crops
  41. History

    Which of the following would be a use for mounds? Choose all that apply. (1)Burial site (2)Village meeting hall (3)Religious purpose (4)Market site for food and crops
  42. Information on Cambodia

    Hey everyone, At the advice of the Grand Abbot of the Buddhist monestary I have been studying at, I am considering a trip to Cambodia this summer to study under the renown Buddhist teacher Sidhu-Darmya Parakesh. The Grand Abbot believes that Mr. Parakesh
  43. religion,help

    How do contemporary Buddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion? can someone explain to me what does this question is asking or help me out because i've tried answering it in previous postages. but i just don't understand. please someone
  44. World History

    in what ways are the ideas of the buddhist eightfold path similar to and different from the ideas, beliefs, and practices, of other religions or philosophies you may know about?
  45. social studies

    Describe the developments of the Hindu and Buddhist religion on India and how these religions influenced the architecture and sculpture of India.
  46. world history

    2. In forming his government, Asoka recruited what group to serve as bureaucrats? A. Traditional Brahman elites [B. The Buddhist clergy] C. The military elite D. The rising merchant class
  47. world history

    which of these elements of Indian culture was not adopted in Cambodia? a. Hindu and buddhist coexistence b.a burreocracy dominated by military religious leaders c. architecture d. The caste system my answer B
  48. English

    Match these. 1. Cross 2. Crescent 3. Buddhist 4. Hindu 5. believer 6. infidel 7. secularism 8. Christian 9. Islamic 10. Bible 11. Koran 12. Bhagavad-Gita 13. Upanishads 14. Ifa, Orunmila (Yoruban
  49. religion

    what are major similarities and differences among the different religious groups like Atheist, Buddhist Baptist, Catholic, Protestant, Methodist, Hindu, Islam, Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormon Sikh Judaism
  50. world history

    What were the purposes of the earthworks built by cultures of eastern North America? SELECT THREE . A.as burial mounds B.as temple platforms C.as astronomical observatories D.as defensive structures E.as fields for athletic competition select 3 answers one
  51. Asoka rule

    What are stupas How did asokas rule lead to a prosperous India How did Asoka do after the war with Kalinga
  52. art

    this chinese painting shows a man seated in a pavilion. what taoist and buddhist philosophy is the artist communicating by placing the man in the wilderness location?
  53. History

    A thesis statement about Asoka’s rule would connect which phrases? Select all that apply. (2 choices) governs by moral example****** a golden age dawns******* sends Buddhist missionaries destroys Nalanda
  54. grammar

    I have to find the simple subject and simple predicate in this sentence. Several North American cultures built large mounds of earth thousands of years ago and used them as burial places and foundations for buildings.(note that some subjects and predicates
  55. Social studies

    What is Sanskrit? 1 A Buddhist term for achieving enlightenment 2 An agent and language development by the Indo Aryans 3 an epic poem that teaches importance of Brahman 4 A major city From the Indus Valley civilization
  56. Conducting a Buddhist-Style Fast

    Hi everyone! In my quest to better understand Buddha and his teachings, I have decided to conduct a three-day fast in the hopes of having an experience of enlightenment. I got permission from my school to take three days off from school this week
  57. World History

    In forming his government, Asoka recruited what group to serve as bureaucrats? A. The military elite B. Traditional Brahman elites C. The Buddhist clergy D. The rising merchant class -I have chosen answer B. Do you agree or disagree?
  58. Social Studies

    What is Sanskrit? A. a Buddhist term for achieving enlightenment B.***? an ancient Indian language developed by the Indo-Aryans C. an epic poem that teaches the importance of Brahman D. a major city from the Indus Valley civilization Is it right? Tysm if
  59. social studies

    In what way was Siddhartha Gautama an example of a bodhisattva? A. He was a prince who ruled wisely and well. B. He was responsible for building many stone pillars that express Buddhist beliefs. C. He gained enlightenment and tried to help others out of
  60. world history

    What strategy did Buddhist and Christian missionaries employ to spread their faith that Muslims didn't? A. Forceful conversion of others B. Conversion of merchants C. Use of artifacts D. Conversion of kings and other elite figures im 70% sure it's D what
  61. world history

    What strategy did Buddhist and Christian missionaries employ to spread their faith that Muslims didn't? A. Forceful conversion of others B. Conversion of merchants C. Use of artifacts D. Conversion of kings and other elite figures im 70% sure it's D what
  62. world history

    8. What strategy did Buddhist and Christian missionaries employ to spread their faith that Muslims didn't? A. Conversion of kings and other elite figures B. Use of artifacts C. Forceful conversion of others [D. Conversion of merchants]
  63. World History

    How did Asoka foster peace during his reign? Select all that apply. -He posted his laws in public on stone pillars. -He made everyone observe Buddhist practices. -He fought wars of conquest throughout his rule. He built rest houses and set up hospitals.
  64. world history

    What is one of the factors that helped Buddhism spread through China? A. Shi Huangdi appointed Buddhist monks to run his government. B.Mahayana Buddhism offered escape from suffering and the promise of achieving salvation. my educated guess is B
  65. Art Please check answers

    1. These two technological advancements of the Industrial Revolution helped lead to the development of Impressionism. the railroads and the printing press the railroads and photography photography and electric lighting** the automobile and electric
  66. Art Please check answers

    1. These two technological advancements of the Industrial Revolution helped lead to the development of Impressionism. the railroads and the printing press the railroads and photography photography and electric lighting** the automobile and electric
  67. Cultural Diversity

    Asian emphasis on the value of filial piety may be noted in: (a)a family's reluctance to disagree with an early childhood professional (b)encouragement of interaction between adults and children (c)strict adherence to Buddhist teachings (d)a mother's
  68. History

    Drag and drop the words to complete the sentences. Most people living in India and Nepal are ________. Most people living in Pakistan and Bangladesh are________. Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu
  69. visual arts

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  70. World History

    Which distinguishing features provide evidence of Indian versus Chinese influence in different parts of Southeast Asia? Select all that apply. -- Buddhist practice*** -- government structure -- rice farming -- social hierarchy -- technological
  71. history

    Which of the these BEST describes why the Zhou dynasty collapsed? A) feudal power structure that gave too much power to regional lords B) failure to keep up technologically with border cultures C) too much exposure to outside cultures through trade D)
  72. cultural diversity

    1. Asian emphasis on the value of filial piety may be noted in: A. A family's reluctance to disagree with an early childhood professional. B. Encouragement of interaction between adults and children. C. Strict adherence to Buddhist teachings. D. A mother's
  73. Geography

    In the early 1600s, Bhutan's religious and political power was consolidated by a Tibetan A. mantra B.lama C. dzong D. stupa i am not sure if its mantras or dzong but im going more for mantras because it say some Hindus and Buddhist recite mantras for
  74. social studies

    How did the Silla turn Korea into an economic and cultural center? A. by giving greater independence to the aristocracy B. by establishing trade networks between Japan, China, and India C. by freeing Korea from the influence of the Tang dynasty D. by
  75. history

    How did the Silla turn Korea into an economic and cultural center? A. by giving greater independence to the aristocracy B. by establishing trade networks between Japan, China, and India C. by freeing Korea from the influence of the Tang dynasty D. by
  76. Social studies

    Beginning around 800 CE, the mainland of Southeast Asia was mostly (blank). By the 1400s, (blank) had spread across most of the islands in Southeast Asia. (1) A. Buddhist (1) B. Christian (1) C. Hindu (1) D. Muslim (2) A. Buddhism (2) B. Christianity (2)
  77. Social Studies

    How was Chinese influence spread in Korea during the period of the three kingdoms? A. through the travels of Chinese Buddhist monks B. through military conquest C. through the introduction of Chinese art and technology D. through the Chinese writing system
  78. Art PLZZZ CORRECT ME!!!!

    Blue mountains rise in the distance while a small cottage sits amidst rocks and trees. Blue and Green Landscape by Shi Jui The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore 1.This Chinese painting is composed tall cliffs in the background and a small building with trees
  79. History

    Which defines caste system? A)Muslim system of separating men and women in society B)European feudal practice of granting knighthood to a warrior C)Hindu practice of determining social status by birth D) Buddhist belief of spiritual equality based on
  80. History

    Which defines caste system? Hindu practice of determining social status by birth Muslim system of separating men and women in society European feudal practice of granting knighthood to a warrior Buddhist belief of spiritual equality based on nirvana
  81. Art

    These two technological advancements of the Industrial Revolution helped lead to the development of Impressionism. (1 point) the railroads and the printing press the railroads and photography photography and electric lighting the automobile and electric
  82. history

    Which of the following best applies to religion in the High Middle Ages? 1. Pilgrimages to holy shrines declined as the practice of indulgences increased 2. The Bible was translated and widely read in the vernacular (every day, spoken) languages 3. The
  83. English

    Which excerpt from George Orwell’s Shooting an Elephant best exemplifies a reflective essay? A.“The young Buddhist priests were the worst of all.” B.“As for the job I was doing, I hated it more bitterly than I can perhaps make clear.”
  84. AP Art History

    The association of imperial power with religious figural art, evident at todai-ji, reflects which of the following? A) a blend of Shinto and ancient Chinese cultures*** B) a combination of Hindu and Tibetan influences C) both Buddhist and Islamic focus on
  85. AP Art History

    The association of imperial power with religious figural art, evident at todai-ji, reflects which of the following? A) a blend of Shinto and ancient Chinese cultures B) a combination of Hindu and Tibetan influences C) both Buddhist and Islamic focus on
  86. Social Studies

    How did the Silla turn Korea into an economic and cultural center? A. by giving greater independence to the aristocracy B. by establishing trade networks between Japan, China, and India C. by freeing Korea from the influence of the Tang dynasty D. by
  87. Social Studies

    Read the following quote from Buddhist scripture Dhammapada. “Well-makers lead the water (wherever they like); fletchers bend the arrow; carpenters bend a log of wood; wise people master themselves.” What central part of Buddhism expressed in the quote
  88. norwalk

    historical events of daoism IV History of Daoism Print this section Daoism gradually changed from the philosophy of a small number of sages to a widespread popular religion followed by numerous individual believers and by many groups of monks and lay
  89. Art

    A Chinese painting shows a man seated in a pavilion. what Taoist and Buddhist philosophy is the artist communicating by placing the man in this wilderness location? (1 point) A: Keep a balanced perspective on life B: Live a peaceful, happy life C: Keep
  90. More About Buddha.....

    I just can't get enough of Buddha.... please give me more information about Buddha and his accomplishments..... what did Buddha eat while he was sitting under the Bodhi Tree? Why is Buddha portrayed as being overweight, anyway? He would have been pretty
  91. Social studies

    The map of Mississippian Indian settlement is most likely displaying which cultural characteristic prior to European contact? A) the official end of nomadic herding B) the establishment of long houses along primary rivers C) the creation of earthen mounds,
  92. English

    A Buddhist book called The Diamond Sutra, printed around 868 C.E., is the oldest known printed book. It was printed using page-sized panels of wood blocks. These blocks were carved by hand with Chinese characters shown in reverse. What connection does the
  93. Social Studies

    How did the the Khmer civilization shape culture in Southeast Asia? Select all that apply. A. innovated a feudal system based on the loyalty of samurai warriors B. developed writing systems that spread throughout Asia++ C. used irrigation canals and
  94. Social Studies

    How did the the Khmer civilization shape culture in Southeast Asia? Select the two correct answers. A. innovated a feudal system based on the loyalty of samurai warriors B. developed writing systems that spread throughout Asia C. used irrigation canals and
  95. Art

    I have a project and in my instructions it states: * Have a broad area of art selected for your project, for example, architecture, sculpture, film, video art, installation art, performance art, painting, drawing, photography, or Internet art. * Within
  96. English

    Use the sentences to answer the question. A Buddhist book called The Diamond Sutra, printed around 868 C.E., is the oldest known printed book. It was printed using page-sized panels of wood blocks. These blocks were carved by hand with Chinese characters
  97. English

    Use the sentences to answer the question. A Buddhist book called The Diamond Sutra, printed around 868 C.E., is the oldest known printed book. It was printed using page-sized panels of wood blocks. These blocks were carved by hand with Chinese characters
  98. Lang. Arts

    select the pronoun that belongs in the underlined space. 1.___ of the people in Sri Lanka are Sinhalese,2._______are Buddhist by tradition. A smaller percentage are Tamil, of Hindu background. Civil wars have torn apart the small nation,3._____is a bloody
  99. English

    Check out this site. http://www.cultureandrecreation.gov.au/articles/poetry/ Dear all, I need a poem that will help me answer the question "Is Australia seen as a Follower or a Leader?" I am yet to find 1 useful poem on that site... Maybe you should write
  100. spirituality and supernatural

    We can see that spirituality and the supernatural plays a large role in any culture and society, it's influence can be seen in the Buddhist sects of Japan. How this influence is seen within the Japanese culture through modern media and films. How do films

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