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1. No single holy canon (text) acts as a universal guide to all Hindus. - True
2. "Hindu" comes from a Latin term for the Ganges River. - False. It comes from the name of the Indus river.
3. Sanatana dharma may come close to describing the philosophical interpretation of the religions of India. - True.
4. Hinduism is not just a religion, but a way of life. - True
5. Hinduism, like Judaism, represents one style of worship with a single history and religious world view. - False. There are many gods and goddesses, their respective temples and rituals, many philosophical schools, so Hinduism does not represent a single religious world view....
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