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This set of Indian Philosophy Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Indian Philosophy Set 5

Q1 | The Upanisadis statement ‘That thou art’ cames in
Q2 | The Mandukya Upanisads is a part of
Q3 | The Upanisads can be said as monists because they believe in
Q4 | In the Chandogya upanisads Brahman is cryptically described as
Q5 | The word Brahman is derived from the root ‘Brh’ which means
Q6 | Taittiriya Upanisads postulates the theory of ‘five kosas’. These kosas are
Q7 | Nis prapanca means
Q8 | The word sapra panca means
Q9 | Saccidanda means
Q10 | The Brhadaranyaka describs Brahman as
Q11 | Neti‐ Neti negates
Q12 | The self is
Q13 | The first cause of this universe is
Q14 | The Individual self is
Q15 | In the empirical condition, the jiva has an out fit of three bodies they are
Q16 | The Mundaka upanisad analysied three states of existence of the jiva ‐‐‐‐
Q17 | The three steps of the vedantic training towards self‐realization are‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐
Q18 | In the practical teaching of the upanisad the course of discipline prescribedcomprises two states
Q19 | Nididhyasana means
Q20 | Meditative exercises is called
Q21 | Vairagya means
Q22 | Jivan mukti attained when
Q23 | Videha mukti is attained
Q24 | The nature of eternal life is
Q25 | The date of Gita may be assigned to