||When was Gautam Buddha born?
||Which of the events of Buddha’s life is known as ‘Mahabhinishkramana’?
||His departure from home
||Gautam Buddha’s Mother was from which clan?
||Gautam Buddha was born at –
||Which of these is another name for Buddha?
||From which inscriptions of the following dynasty Lumbini was known as Buddha’s birthplace –
||Which one of the following inscriptions of Ashoka confirms the tradition that Gautama Buddha was born in Lumbini?
||Rummindei Pillar Inscription
||The inscription of which one of the following kings gives the information that Sakyamuni Buddha was born in Lumbini?
||Where did Mahatma Buddha’s ‘Mahaparinirvan’ take place?
||Buddha attained Mahaparinirvana in the Republic of the –
||Gautam Buddha attained “Mahaparinirvana” in the Kingdom of –
||Gautam Buddha attained Nirvana at which place?
||Mahaparinirvana Temple is located at –
||Who was the last person to get enlightenment from Gautam Buddha?
||The ruler of Suvarnabhumi, who founded a Buddhist monastery at Nalanda and requested Devapala through his ambassador to grant, five villages for its maintenance was –
||Where did Buddha reside during the last rainy season of his life?
||Which one of the following describes best the concept of Nirvana in Buddhism?
||The extinction of the flame of desire
||Who was Alara Kalama?
||A teacher of Buddha
||At which place did Mahatma Buddha give his first ‘Dhammachakkhapavathana’?
||Where did Buddha preach his first sermon?
||Gautama Buddha gave his first sermon at –
||In Buddhist text “Dharmachakra Parvartana” is known as –
||First Sermon at Sarnath
||Dharmachakrapravartana’ was performed at –
||Gautam Buddha gave the maximum number of sermons at which place?
||Which philosophy accepts ‘Triratna’?
||What does ‘Triratna’ mean in Buddhism?
||Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha
||Buddha visited Kaushambi during the reign of –
||The first Buddhist Conference after the death of Buddha was presided over by –
||Saptaparni Cave’ is situated in –
||Who among the following presided over the Buddhist Council held during the reign of Kanishka at Kashmir?
||‘Mahayana’ sect and Buddhism emerged during the reign of –
||A Buddhist Council during the reign of Kanishka was held at –
||The second Buddhist Council was held at which place?
||Where was the third Buddhist Council held?
||The first Buddhist Council was held during the reign of –
||The first Buddhist council was held in which of the following cities?
||The second Buddhist- Council was organized by –
||Which event of Buddha’s life is represented by the wheel with deer, in Indian Art?
||Karmapa Lama belongs to which of the following sects of Tibetan Buddhism?
||Mahabodhi Temple was built at Bodh Gaya where –
||Gautama Buddha received enlightenment
||The ‘Bodhi Vriksh’ in Bodh Gaya belongs to which generation of its family –
||Which of the following Buddhist sacred places is situated on the Bank of River Niranjana?
||The teachings of Buddha are related to –
||Purity and holiness of conduct
||Who wanted to become the leader of the Sangha even during the lifetime of Buddha –
||After the Mahaparinirvana of Lord Buddha, the first Buddhist council was held at –
||The concept of the Eightfold path forms the theme of–
||Dharma Chakra Pravartana Sutta
||The entry of women as a “Bhikshuni” into the Buddhist Sangha was allowed by Gautam Buddha at –
||Who is called a ‘Crypto-Buddhist’?
||What is “Tripitaka”?
||Collection of the preachings of Buddha
||Which Buddhist texts contains the rules of Monastic life?
||Which Buddhist literature contains the Buddha’s sermons on matters of ethics and doctrine?
||“Yamaka” belongs to the Buddhist “Pitaka” –
||In ancient Indian Buddhist monasteries, a ceremony called Pavarana used to be held. It was the –
Confession by monks of their offenses committed during their stay in the monasteries during the rainy season
||Ashokaram Monastery was situated at –
||The Giant Buddha statue of 80 feet at Bodhgaya was constructed by –
||Where the word ‘Stupa’ has been used for the first time?
||The Stupa site which is not connected with any incident of Lord Buddha’s life, is –
||It was also the ancient name of the world-famous tourist destination of Sanchi –
||“World is unstable and transient “ is related to which of the following?
||Who advocated ‘Neo-Buddhism’?
||Who among the following is known as the ‘Light of Asia’?
||Sir Edwin Arnold’s book ‘The Light of Asia’ is based on –
||What is the fundamental difference between the Hinayana and Mahayana sects of Buddhism?
||Worship of God and Goddess
||Gautama Buddha was elevated to the position of God during the period of –
||The first human statues worshipped in India were those of –
||Which of the following laid the foundation of idol worship in the country?
||Name the ‘Mudra’ which is represented by the Gandharan Buddha image of Sarnath’s first Sermon –
||The standing statue of Gautam Buddha was built in which period?
||Lord Buddha’s image is sometimes shown with the hand gesture called; ‘Bhumisparsha Mudra’. It symbolizes.–
Buddha’s calling of the Earth to witness his purity and chastity despite the temptations of Mara
||Sarnath Buddha’s image of Bhumisparsha Mudra belongs to –
||In Mahayana Buddhism, the Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara was also known as –
||The largest and the most evolved rock-cut Chaitya hall of the Hinayana phase is situated at –
||Which Indian Buddhist monk had been sent to China in the first century A.D.?
||The Doctrine of void (Shunyata) was propounded by the Buddhist philosopher –
||To which Buddhist School did Nagarjuna belong?
||Buddhist center of learning is –
||Which rulers did not contribute towards the expansion of Buddhism?
||Which state ‘Odantipur’ Education Centre was situated?
||Vallabhi University was situated in –
||Who was the founder of Nalanda University?
||Why was Nalanda University famous in the world?
||Buddhist Religious Philosophy
||‘Nav Nalanda Mahavihar’ is famous for –
||Pali Research Centre
||Both Jainism and Buddhism believe that –
Philosophy of karma and transmigration of the soul were correct
||Anatmavada (no-self) is the doctrine of –
||Who has propounded the doctrine of momentariness?
||What is the difference between chaityas and viharas?
Chaitya is a place of worship while Vihar is a dwelling place.
||Which form of Buddhism was prominent during the Sultanate period?
||Who is a future Buddha, yet to come to save the world?