There are many followers of Jainism
a in most countries in Asia.
b in Europe and America.
c only in India.
d through the world.
The greatest teacher of Jainism was
The greatest teacher of Jainism died when he wa s
a thirty years old.
b forty years old.
c sixty years old.
d over seventy years old.
Jainism became famous
a when it first began.
b when a king became a follower.
c fifty years after it began.
d when the first great teacher died.
One important difference between the two kinds of Jainism was
a they followed different gods.
b one group did not wear clothes.
c one group did not eat plants or
d they ate in different ways.
For the followers of Jainism, everything i n the world
a is alive.
b is bad.
c lives only once.
d can hear and feel.
Followers of Jainism can become free from their bodies if
a they do good things.
b they believe in God.
c they always pray to God.
d they kill smaller things.
True followers of Jainism do not run because
a there is life on the ground.
b they always close their eyes.
c they cannot think and run together.
d they must not use their bodies.
If people do not do enough good things,
a they will die.
b they must leave the world.
c they will be born again and again.
d something will kill them.
The life of a bee is more important than the life of
a a person.
b a snake.
c a cow.
d a plant.