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Religions Originating from India

In this assignment, you will share what you learned about Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism, and Buddhism and how these religions compare with one another.

Complete Parts 1-3 below. As you complete this assignment, consider the presence of these religions in the world today. You may want to conduct an internet search and see where any or all of these religions appear in news, film, arts, etc. Consider the information from your search as well as from classroom resources when working on this assignment.

Note: You may find helpful resources for completing your assignment in the Center for Writing Excellence in the University Library.

Part 1: Religion Characteristics Table

Complete the table to reflect your understanding from your readings and your additional research.


Description of Religion (Basic Teachings)

Historical Event(s) Within the Religion

Rituals and Holy Days and Symbols


Effects of Religion on Modern Society





· Theravada


· Mahayana


· Vajrayana

Part 2: Reflection

Write a 350- to 700-word overall response in short answers to the following:

· How would you compare the three major Buddhist traditions — Theravada, Mahayana, and Vajrayana? How did each tradition develop from the early teachings?

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· What did you take away from the process of creating your religion characteristics table?

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· What did you discover about the connection between the specific religions and morality or ethics?

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Part 3: References

Include a references list. Use a citation generator, to cite the research used to complete this assignment. Format your in-text citations (e.g., Adams, 2016, p. 23) and references list (i.e., list of resources at the end of the assignment) using APA format. Consult the References page on the APA Style website for assistance.

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