New Year between Islam and Hinduism(2/2)

When the Islamic New Year bears a message of self-assessment for Muslims, it bears a message for non-Muslims and Hindus also. It invites them to evaluate themselves.

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Bhagavad Geeta and Qur’an

The Qur’an highlights the same two messages of Bhagavad Geeta; the Oneness of Allah the Almighty and the oneness of human origin.

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Who built the Lal Qila: A Hindu or a Muslim?

By Editorial Staff In this video, a Hindu speaker talks about the contribution of Muslims in building the Indian civilization in the Indian Subcontinent over the ages, specially, during the Middle Ages. In this connection, the speaker mentions one of the Seven Wonders of the World; the pride of India; Tajmahal in Delhi. Contribution of […]

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Forced Conversion to Hinduism in India: (Analysis and Comparison) (2/2)

The primary means of spreading Islam was the method of dialogue and discussion in a friendly and peaceful manner as was instructed in the Glorious Qur’an.

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Shankar Acharya Proves Islam through Rigveda

Shankar Acharya Proves Islam through Rigveda It is not permissible for a Muslim to worship anyone other than Allah the Almighty. Gulaothi, (S.N.B) Swami Lakshmi Shankar Acharya verified the truth of Islam by some clear proofs of Rigveda. He came from Lucknow to participate in a conference entitled “Achieving the Justice”. He stated that the […]

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Conversion to Hinduism by Force (Shuddhi) (1/2)

When the truth is revealed to you and you stand face to face with it, how long can you refuse to accept it?How long would you run away, denying it?

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Conversion to Hinduism by Force (Shuddhi) (2/2)

When the truth is revealed to you and you stand face to face with it, how long can you refuse to accept it?How long would you run away, denying it?

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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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Is Animal Sacrifice Permissible in Hinduism?

Hindu society is characterized by many contradictions in its beliefs, philosophy and customs; some claim that their doctrine system is based on monotheism but at the same time, we see that polytheism and idol worship are deep-rooted and widely spread in Indian society. Among those contradictions comes the ritual of slaughtering animals in an open […]

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