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The key difference between Buddhism in China and India is that
a) Chinese Buddhists believe that Buddha was a teacher and a prophet.
b) Indian Buddhists believe that Buddha was a savior.
c) Indian Buddhists believe that Buddha would return to wipe out suffering.
d) Chinese Buddhists believe that Buddha was a savior to be worshiped.

The Chinese dynasty that is responsible for the creation of the civil service system was the
a) Zhou
b) Shang
c) Qin
d) Han

Why has the period of Gupta rule been called a golden age in India’s history?
a) The Buddhist and Hindu religions were founded.
b) The arts, sciences, and learning flourished.
c) India’s greatest religious books were written.
d) Indian artisans produced beautiful objects from gold.

The belief that people required harsh laws to control them was part of the Chinese philosophy of
a) Daoism
b) Legalism
c) Confucianism
d) Mahayana Buddhism

Humbleness, thoughtfulness, and withdrawal from the world to contemplate nature are all teachings of
a) Daoism
b) Legalism
c) Confucianism
d) Theravada Buddhism

The founder of Buddhism who became known as the “Buddha” or “The Enlightened One” was
a) Asoka
b) Chandragupta Maurya
c) Siddartha Gautama
d) Chandra Gupta II

The collection of explanations and teachings that became the basis for the Hindu religion are called the
a) Sanskrit
b) Upanishads
c) Vedas
d) New Testament

One of the most significant contributions of the Mauryan Empire in Ancient India was
a) the flourishing of arts and culture.
b) the building of complex tombs that hold the remains of pharaohs.
c) the unification of the majority of the Indian subcontinent under one ruler.
d) establishment of the first legal code in the ancient world.

Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro are examples of:
a) Oasis towns along the Silk Road
b) Mesopotamian city-states
c) Port cities along the Mediterranean Sea
d) Indus River valley cities

The ultimate goal of the Hindus is to ___________.
a) reach nirvana
b) become Brahmins
c) reach maya
d) reach reincarnation

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