Religion 210

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Section 1

Question Answer
Xiao (filal piety)Devotion of a son or daughter to a parent.
The AnalectsThe sayings of Confucius and his followers
ZhuangziPlayful, independent and in love with the fantastic.
LaoziFounder of Daoism; means old master
Confucius/ KongziTraining or education in virtue is nesscary in order for the Dao to act clearly and fully in the life of humans.
Confucius (basis of life)Grew up in a very disorderly society
LiOriginally meant "rites or "rituals"; good manners; to subdue yourself; doing what is appropiate
Ren"to think of the other"
Junzi"Excellent individual"
5 Fundemental RelationshipsFather-Son; Elder brother-Younger brother; Husband-Wife; Elder person- Younger person; Ruler- Subject
ZhuangziSecond great text of Daoism; contains whimiscal stories; has humor
Wuwei"No action"; effortless, no strain
Yin YangYang is light, Yin is dark;
Dao"The Way"; origin of everything
DaodejingThe Classical book about the Way and its power

Section 2

Question Answer
Kirtan A group of sining and music maiking experience, involving ancient Sanskrit chants.
Baisakhi Day The harvest festival in the Punjabi region
Kaur A mandatory last name for all baptized female Sikhs; often used as a last name
KartarpurThe abode of Guru Nanak
LangarA common kitchen where food is served in a Gurdwara to all the vistors
SangatReligious groups; worship God; assisstance to fellow human beings
PunjabWhere Sikhism grew up; Northwestern India, eastern Pakistan
The 5 K'sKesh, Khanga, Kach, Kirpan, Karta
Guru NanakFounder of Sikhism, Grew up in a Hindu family, born in Pakistan
Nanak's Visonary ExperienceSpent 3 days in a nearby forest after performing religious ablutions and bathing; Experienced God directly
Adi Granth/ Guru Granth SahibScared book of the Sikhs; collection of about 3,000 hymns
GuardwaraSikh temples
Khalsa A special military order for men
JapjiA moderatley long poem by Guru Nanak that summarizes the religion
10 GurusHelped devople the Sikh relgion; wrote hymns, organized communities, village headquters

Section 3