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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter III.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At the shrine, the ill pilgrim was to be fed well, and his legs were to be rubbed with hot water containing some what that Yongden offered?
(a) Holy leaves.
(b) Holy pebbles.
(c) Holy sand.
(d) Holy spices.
2. The Dalai Lama was in exile in 1910 for what sort of troubles with a neighboring nation?
3. The villagers in the outer regions of Tibet were forced to join a kind of militia but were called into service only for what?
(a) Initial lines of defense.
(b) Final lines of defense.
(c) Perimeter security.
(d) Necessary situations.
4. What did David-Neel study as a young woman?
(a) Oriental philosophy and comparative religion.
(b) Oriental history and Buddhism.
(c) Middle Eastern philosophy and comparative religion.
(d) Asian history and comparative religion.
5. Once at the shrine, the pilgrims were instructed by Yongden to remain for how long, walking around it daily as they recited prayers?
(a) Two days.
(b) Four days.
(c) Five days.
(d) Three days.
Short Answer Questions
1. As David-Neel and Yongden progressed into Tibet, they were stopped by officials who briefly questioned and then detained them when?
2. How was this incident where the pilgrim's legs were "cured" indicative of David-Neel and Yongden's approach to Tibetan spirituality?
3. Yongden was continually stopped and asked to perform what type of rituals along their way?
4. Who went with David-Neel over the gorge as ferrymen pulled them by a towline which broke and left them suspended over the ravine?
5. Yongden was what type of lama widely recognized as having the ability to tell fortunes and perform exorcisms and other mystic rites?
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