76. Hinduism has not spread by expansion diffusion in modern times, but at one time it did spread by relocation diffusion as a result of(A) the transportation of Indian workers abroad during the colonial period.(B)conquest by military groups.(C)forced relocation by Islamic invaders.(D) missionary activities overseas.77. Which of the following can be considered the “parent” religion to Buddhism? 78. Buddhism has its source in79. Mahayana Buddhists are found primarily in 80. Theravada (also known as Hinayana) Buddhists are found primarily in(A) China, Japan and Korea (B)Tibet and Mongolia (C)Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar (D) Sri Lanka and Thailand (E)C and D
81. How are Buddhism and Hinduism similar? 82. How are Buddhism and Hinduism different? 83. Which of the following is NOT true of the effects of the Chinese Communist takeover of Tibet?84. Sikhism is a religion that arose from the confrontation between:(A) Buddhism and Islam(B)Islam and Hinduism (C)Christianity and Islam(D) Judaism and Hinduism(E)Hinduism and Buddhism85. The majority of Sikhs are located in the ________ region of India.86. What was the firstmajor religion known to espouse monotheism?
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