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SI. No.Geographical EpithetsLocation
1.Bengal's SorrowDamodar River
2.Blue MountainsNilgiri Hills
3.Britain of the SouthNew Zealand
4.City of the Golden GateSan Francisco (USA)
5.City of Dreaming SpiresOxford (UK)
6.City of Magnificent DistanceWashington, DC, USA
7.City of Sky - ScrapersNew York
8.City of Seven HillsRome
9.City of PalacesKolkata
10.China's SorrowHuang - Ho
11.Cockpit of EuropeBelgium
12.Dark ContinentAfrica
King Fu Tsu, better known as Confucius (551 - 479 BC) born in the State of Lu in China
Founded In500 BC
Followed InChina, Taiwan, South Korea, Nauru and Vietnam
Sacred TextThe Analects
Sacred PlacesPeking (Beijing) in China
Place Of WorshipNo Church or temple
Jesus Christ (5 BC to 30 AD) born in Judea, also called Jesus of Nazareth
Founded In2005 years ago
Followed InSpread all over the world
Sacred Text
Holy Bible consisting of the Old Testament (before Christ) and the New Testament (during and after Christ)
Sacred PlacesJerusalem where Christ lived and preached
Place Of WorshipChurch
Important SectsCatholics and Protestants
FounderOf divine origin
Founded In1500 BC
Followed In
Concentrated in India and Nepal and also found in Bhutan, Fiji, Gyuana, Indonesia, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Surinam, Trinidad and Tobago, Bali
Sacred Text
The Vedas, the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita and the epics of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana
Place Of WorshipTemple
FounderProphet Mohammed (570 - 632 AD) born in Mecca (Saudi Arabia)
Founded In622 AD
Followed In
West coast of Africa which includes Tanzania, Southern part of Russia and China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia and Indonesia. Also parts of North Africa
Sacred TextQuran (words of God), Hadis (collection of Prophet's sayings)
Sacred PlacesMakkah (Mecca) in Saudi Arabia
Place Of WorshipMasjid (mosque)
Important SectSunnis and Shias
Judaism (Religion of the Hebrews)
FounderMoses, bom in Egypt
Founded In1300 BC
Followed In World wide; mainly in Israel and United States
Sacred Text
Hals, found particularly in the five book of the Bible; commentary on Torah known as Talmud and Midrash
Sacred PlacesJerusalem
Place Of WorshipSynagogue
Began with Japanese culture and developed out of tradition and ancestor worship
Founded InAntiquity
Followed InJapan
Sacred TextNo specific text
Sacred Places
Central Shrine of Ise (central Japan) and the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo
FounderGuru Nanak (1469 - 1539)
Founded In1500 AD
Followed InIndia
Sacred TextGuru Granth Saheb
Sacred PlacesThe Golden Temple of Amritsar
Place Of WorshipGurdwara
FounderLao-tse, a Chinese philosopher
Founded In6th century BC
Followed InChina, Taiwan, Nauru, Brunei, Singapore and Vietman
Sacred TextTao-te-Ching
Zoroastrianism (Parsi Religion)
FounderZoroaster, Born in Medea (modern Iran) about 660 BC
Founded InAround 500 BC
Followed In
Iran and north-west India. The Zoroastrians who fled to India during the eighth century are the ancestors of the present Parsi Community in India
Sacred TextZend Avesta
Place Of WorshipFire temple

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