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#1. What is the literal translation of advaita?

#2. Which source of knowledge is given priority in Advaita Vedanta?

#3. What are the Brahma-sutras (also called the Vedanta sutras)?

#4. What are the sad darshanas?

#5. Which of the following is NOT one of the maha-vakyas, or ‘great sayings’ from the Upanishads?

#6. What is the best means to escape suffering and gain liberation according to Shankara?

#7. How many sutras does the Brahma-sutras have?

#8. What three foundational texts known as the prasthana-traya, form the basis of the Vedanta schools of philosophy?

#9. What is a pramana?

#10. Which of the following was not a teacher of Vedanta?

#11. What do the Sanskrit words aham brahmasmi from the Chandogya Upanishad mean?