Objective Type Questions from The Sermon at Benares

Prepare very short questions or objective type questions with answers from The Sermon at Benares by Betty Renshaw - Based on NCERT pattern - The name of the book is First Flight - Useful links for 10th class students

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Q. Who has written The Sermon at Benares ?

Answer - Betty Renshaw

Q. What was the previous name of Gautama Buddha ?

Answer - Sidhartha Gautama

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Q. What was Gautama Buddha's life term ?

Answer - 563 B.C. to 483 B.C.

Q. When did he go to school ?

Answer - At the age of 12.

Q. When did he marry ?

Answer - At the age of 16

Q. What did he see when he was on hunting one day ?

Answer - A sick man, an aged man, a funeral procession and then a monk begging for alms

Q. How many sons did Kisa Gotami have ?

Answer - Only one

Q. What happened to her son ?

Answer - He had died

Q. What did the Buddha give to the woman ?

Answer - A handful mustard seeds

Q. Where had that woman to go  with a handful mustard ?

Answer - To a house where no one had died

Q. What is the meaning of sermon ?

Answer - Religious or moral talk

Q. What is the meaning of dipping places ?

Answer - Bathing

Q. What is the source of The Sermon at Benares ?

Answer -Values and Voices : A College Reader ( 1975 )

Q. What is the meaning of mortals ?

Answer - Those bound to die

Q. What is the meaning of lamentation ?

Answer - Expression of sorrow

Q. What is the meaning of enlightenment ?

Answer - A state of high spiritual knowledge

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