c) Food and sin.
d) None of the above.
a) In a written format since time immemorial.
b) Disciplic succession.
c) Both of the above.
d) None of the above.
a) Best of the Vedic Scholars.
b) Pure, Unalloyed Devotees.
d) People in general.
a) One must strive very hard.
b) One must approach bona fide spiritual master.
c) One must gather knowledge of all the scriptures.
d) One must fast and follow strict regulations.
a) Ones hard endeavor.
b) Sacrificial Performances.
c) Satisfaction of spiritual master.
d) Great study of the Vedanta.
a) Following footsteps of great Acaryas.
b) By doing great austerities.
c) By following moral conducts.
d) Following Vedic Scholars.
b) Material world.
c) His family.
a) A person in material consciousness.
b) A person in bodily consciousness.
c) A person in Krishna consciousness.
d) A person in worldly consciousness.
a) Sense Gratification.
b) Conditional Duty.
c) Spiritual engagement.
d) Material engagement.
c) Analytical study.
a) One who acts for personal satisfaction.
b) One who goes to Himalayas.
c) One who acts for satisfaction of Supreme whole.
d) One who tries to become the Supreme whole.
b) Deity Worship.
c) Chanting Holy Name.
c) May be.
d) Do not know.
a) One who eats for sense pleasure or cooks for own pleasure.
b) One who eats after offering to Krishna.
c) Vegetarian food is always free from sin.
d) One who eats unclean and non-hygienic food.
a) Less than 4 hours.
b) Around 6 hrs.
c) More than 8 hrs.
d) One should sleep as much one gets time.
a) By accepting Krsna Prasad only.
b) It will get regulated slowly when we eat everything we desire.
c) By strict fasting under the instruction of physical trainer.
d) It can never be regulated.
a) To go to temple of Lord Sri Hari.
b) To kick his servant.
c) To chase after criminals.
d) All the above.
a) Engaging mind and senses in service of the supreme.
b) By attending yoga classes.
c) Going to Himalayas and practicing yoga in a secluded place.
d) Any method can be adopted.
a) Dhyana Yoga.
b) Karma Yoga.
c) Krishna Consciousness.
d) Jnana Yoga.
a) Lord may or may not come for help.
b) Lord will not come because he is busy in managing universal affairs.
c) Lord will surely come for help.
d) Person will never require any help from Lord if he practices Yoga with determination.