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As per your request here I am sharing the previous year question paper of NET Comparative Study of Religions (Paper III) Exam

Read the following passage and give answers of Question Nos. 1 to 5 given below in
30 words.

We are living in an age of dialogue. Society has grown religiously and
ideologically more pluralistic than ever before. The scientific and technological
progress and particularly the advanced means of communication and transportation
have not only brought men closer together, but also have provided constant
opportunities of frequent meeting and interchange. In such a situation, man cannot live in geographical, cultural and religious isolation. Man needs man, today he realizes the inevitable need of interdependence and interrelatedness more strongly than before, and, in fact, there is frequent intermingling and interaction among people of different cultures and nationalities. The growing pressure of multi-religions and multiideological society, awareness of cultural interdependence and interrelatedness and demand for understanding and peaceful co-living, have created an inevitable dialogical situation. Now people of different faiths and ideologies have started talking to each other more openly. Inter-religious dialogue is gaining momentum. The phenomenon that we call inter-religious dialogue is not something entirely new in the religious history of mankind. We can trace its beginning to the period when society began to grow into multi-religious communities. The pluralistic structure of society has been prevailing since long past as man apparently has never preferred to live in cultural and religious isolation. In other words, there have been cultural and religious encounters since olden times. Dialogue or religious conversation reflects one of the common and indispensable forms of interaction in the religiously pluralistic society. Though the term ‘dialogue’ may not have been used in the sense in which we use today, we cannot deny the presence of the fact of dialogue in the past.

1. Comment upon the conditions that are conducive for inter-faith dialogue according to the author.

2. Examine the significance of inter-faith dialogue in the light of above passage.

3. Discuss the nature of pluralistic character of society as mentioned by the author.

4. Elaborate the phenomenon of dialogue that was prevalent in the past as mentioned by the author of above passage.

5. ‘Inter-faith dialogue has got momentum’ – Examine the statement in the light of above


Note : This section contains fifteen (15) questions, each to be answered in about thirty (30)
words. Each question carries five (5) marks. (15 × 5 = 75 Marks)

6. Explain the meaning of any two of the following :
(A) Bible
(B) Guru Granth
(C) Quran
(D) Avesta

7. Write about any approach that helps to study religion.

8. Write a note upon taboo, as a belief in primitive society.

9. Describe the basic elements of the morality as prescribed in the Bhagwadgeeta.

10. Write the contribution of Raja Ram Mohan Roy against Sati Pratha.

11. What do you know about Lord Mahavira ?

12. What is the meaning of Aparigraha in Jainism ?

13. When and how was the Pali Tipi. taka secondly compiled ? Discuss.

14. Write a note on the Buddhist Architecture.

15. Explain the spiritual significance of the prayer “Our Father” taught by Jesus.

16. Evaluate the religious principles contained in the “Sermon on the Mount” of Jesus.

17. What were the conditions in which Prophet Muhammad migrated to Medina ?

18. Write about some basic articles of faith in Islam.

19. Explain the concept of Sangat in Sikhism.

20. Comment upon the mission of Guru Gobind Singh.

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