A new, interactive Hinduism-themed quizlet has been launched in the UK by the UK government.
The government says it is a way to give more young people an opportunity to get involved in the religion and encourage them to be more involved.
“This is the biggest challenge we face as a country and this is why we are introducing a new and engaging online version of our quizlet,” the Department for International Development (DFID) said in a press release.
It added that the new version will be “vividly accessible” to all users.
The quizlet, called ‘India: The Age of India’, is a combination of three parts.
“What is the Age of Indian Gods?
Why is there a difference between Hinduism and Buddhism?
Why is there no temple in the Himalayas?
What is Hinduism’s connection to Christianity?
How does Hinduism differ from Buddhism?,” the release reads.
The first part will include a short history of Hinduism, the second part will have quizzes on various aspects of Hindu religion, and the third part will ask students to find out more about the religion.
To date, there are only about 30 quizzes for the religion on the website, and some of the more popular ones have had more than 1 million views on YouTube.
This isn’t the first time the DFID has taken on this type of project.
In 2015, the agency launched an online quiz on religion titled “A History of Hindu Religion”.
The online version was popular and garnered millions of views.
The DFID also launched a website in 2016 called “A New Look at Hinduism: What the Bible says”.
This is not the first quiz about Hinduism in the US.
In 2013, the government launched an educational website on religion called “Hinduism in America” that received over 10 million views.