Hereafter in the Glorious Qur’an

Islam states that a human being comes into this world only once, and after he dies, he is again resurrected on the day of judgement. Depending on his deeds he will either dwell in heaven or he will dwell in hell.

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The true concept of fate and destiny in Islam does not defy the freewill of human-being.

Predestination and Human Action

We have not seen anybody leaving his worldly benefits because of relying on Predestination, while some people abandon the means of guidance out of relying on the destiny and fate.

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Prophet-hood and messenger-ship are manifestations of divine mercy for humanity and there is no human society void of prophets and messengers.

The Prophet Adam in India

According to Islamic authentic sources, Adam (peace be upon him) is the first human being and the first Prophet on the face of earth.

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Intuitiveness verifies that burial is environmentally better than burning the dead body according to Hinduism.

Funeral in Islam and Hinduism (1/3)

This article compares the tradition of disposal of dead bodies in different civilizations and religions of the world including Islam and Hinduism. Read more

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A pilgrim remains careful and does not harm anyone by his words, deeds or actions; he tries to give up all sorts of abuse, indecency, dishonesty, squabbles and bickering.

What Is Hajj?

During Hajj, the pilgrims relive the life of Prophet Ibrahim and his son Prophet Ismail (peace be upon them). Allah was pleased with their sacrifice and so He has destined all Pilgrims to revive certain moments of their life.

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God is Unborn and not-Begotten, God never dies, all honor and glory to God forever and ever.

Bhagavad Gita and Islam

The holy scriptures in other religions have been mixed up, changed, altered and distorted, also the their chain of transmission is broken and unauthentic.

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Sexuality in Islam and Hinduism (1/4)

Most animals do not have sex only for sex; rather, they have sex in the natural seasons for reproduction.

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The Quran and Gita: Similar?

The Sanskrit word namah refers to worship, to praise or to devote. Thus, namaz is a modified form according to linguistic requirements and nature.

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Mankind is not only a sexual being and not only a divine entity, rather a combination of both.

Sexuality in Islam and Hinduism (2/4)

By Editorial Staff Permissible Sex: Worthy of Reward in Islam This issue has been elucidated by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) when he said: “And in man’s sexual intercourse (with his wife) there is a Sadaqah (or a reward equal to a charity given to poor).” They (the Companions) asked: “O Messenger of Allah! […]

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A modern way of burial that converts the remains into tree food.

Funeral in Islam and Hinduism (3/3)

This article (Funeral in Islam and Hinduism) compares the tradition of disposal of dead bodies in different civilizations and religions… Read more

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The Pyramids of Egypt are in fact graves of the Pharaohs.

Funeral in Islam and Hinduism (2/3)

The earth has a natural quality to absorb the elements of moisture, mold and stinking of the dead body turning them into the soil.

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Who Is God?

Who is God? Is God One or more? Why should we believe in God? Why Ling Puja? Is idol worship logical? Why does one of us worship the rivers, stones and fire? Why do we worship the creation instead of the Creator?

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Swamy Lakshmi Shankaracharya

Dharm Yuddh (Holy War) in Hinduism

I receive threats from some Hindus, there were attempts to murder me, it was in Maharashtra, and the attempt was made in the morning and in the evening.

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The Hindu God Ganesh with elephant's trunk.

Some Philosophical Questions on Hinduism

Why did Dasaratha, the father of Rama, have four wives? What is the justification for his multiple marriages according to the Hindu philosophy?

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Angels in Hinduism

Do Hindus believe in angels? What is the reality of Deva and Devta? Click here to know more about angles in Hinduism.

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