Bhagavad Gita Quiz - Section 2
Sacrifice leads to happiness
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What happens if one does not "sacrifice" or "pay the bill" to the water company?
One keeps getting unlimited supply of water regardless
One's water supply gets shut down due to not paying the company
What does "esa vo stu ista kama dhuk" mean?
You can gain resources without sacrificing
Demigods are not dependent on sacrifices performed by human beings to provide natural resources
Sacrifice will bestow upon you all desirable things
There will reign general prosperity for all
Krishna further says that one who leads a life devoid of ____________ is leading a dangerous life.
Who is deemed a thief according to the Bhagavad Gita in the verse 3.12?
One who uses the resources provided and does not 'pay back offering' in return
One who uses the resources provided to him and 'pays back offering' in return
One who does not use the resources provided and 'pays back offering' in return
One who does not use the resources provided and does not 'pay back offering' in return
Why is God NOT like a businessman who expects payment in return for providing us with facilities?
Because he does not provide the facilities but the demigods do
Because we do not use all the facilities he provides us with
Because God uses it as a trick to reform our corrupt mentality in the material word
False, God is like a businessman who expects payments from us in return.
By gradually cultivating the habit of ’sacrifice’, one comes out of the habit of ________ ____________________.
Hint: Two words (Capitalize only the first letter of each word)
What does the program for a conditioned soul encompass?
It encompasses conditioned souls indulging in sense gratification in the material world without anxiety and immediately going back to the kingdom of God.
It encompasses conditioned souls sacrificing for the satisfaction of Vishnu and then entering the kingdom of God after finishing the present material body
It encompasses conditioned souls sacrificing for the satisfaction of Vishnu and moving onto another material body after the completion of the current material body
It encompasses conditioned souls directly going back to the kingdom of God without having to indulge in sense gratification or sacrifice
"Watering the root of the tree satisfies the need of water for all its branches, leaves and fruits" is equivalent to ____________________________________?
Sacrificing for the pleasure of the Lord which also causes the pleasure of everyone else
Sacrificing for the pleasure of your friends and family to please the Lord
Indulging in your personal sense gratification for the pleasure of the Lord
Indulging in your personal sense gratification for the pleasure of your friends and family which also pleases the Lord
What is the prescribed method of sacrifice in the age of Kali?
Performing offerings through fire sacrifices
Performing austerities like donating gold, cows and clothes to poor people
By being devoid of any human contact
By chanting the holy names of Lord Krishna, particularly the maha mantra. (Also known as Sankirtana yajna)
For beginners, chanting the Hare Krishna maha mantra at least _ _ _ times everyday is prescribed.
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