KS1 RE Quiz
Hinduism
This is food that Hindus typically eat during Diwali (a festival).

Hinduism

This Hinduism RE quiz introduces KS1 children to this religion. Schools can decide how long they spend on each religion and often select a religion each term or every half term.

Hinduism is a religion and if you follow this religion, you are called a Hindu. Can you answer these questions?

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  1. What is the name of the book they read from?
    It is written in Sanskrit.
  2. Hindus believe in....
    Reincarnation is when you die and return as something else - who knows, you could come back as a snail!
  3. Which of these is not the name of a Hindu God?
    There are many gods within this religion and so Hindus tend to pick one god and pray to him for a long period of time.
  4. Which term does not represent how a Hindu should lead their lives?
    They aim to lead a happy life but it's not an official term they use like the other three answers.
  5. Where does Hinduism come from?
    It originates from Northern India.
  6. Which of these is not the name of a Hindu Goddess?
    Each God or Goddess represents something different, like wealth, health or wisdom.
  7. What is a pilgrimage?
    If they can, Hindus go on a pilgrimage to visit important religious places.
  8. If a Hindu worships from home, what do they need?
    Most Hindus worship at their shrine every day.
  9. The symbol for Hinduism is called the....
    This is the sound people make when meditating.
  10. Where do Hindus worship?
    Hindu temples are called mandirs.

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