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Bhagavad Geeta and Qur’an

Bhagavad Gita contains texts denote clearly the Oneness of God.

Bhagavad Gita contains texts denote clearly the Oneness of God.

In this video, you are going to watch a Muslim scholar’s speech on Bhagavad Geeta and Qur’an. He affirmed in his lecture that the Hindu Holy Scripture; Bhagavad Geeta bears in its folds two important messages; the first is the Oneness of God and the Last is the oneness of human origin.

What Is the Origin of Human Beings in Qur’an?

It is noteworthy that the similar message has been brought by the Glorious Qur’an. We read what means:

O mankind! Be dutiful to your Lord, Who created you from a single person (Adam), and from him (Adam) He created his wife [Hawwa (Eve)], and from them both He created many men and women. (An-Nisaa’ 4:1)

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

Who is the Owner of the Sky?

In addition, the Muslim scholar has referred to an Indian and Hindi phrase used frequently in daily life by both; Hindus and Muslims. As a Muslim, when his Hindu brother asks during his morning walk; how are you? And the Hindu brother says in Hindi: Upar Wale ki Daya hai (by the Grace of the Creator of the sky).

In the same way, when a Muslim is asked by his fellow; how are you? He says; Upar Wale ki Miharbani hai (by the Grace of the Creator of the sky).

This Indian tradition denotes clearly that there is no problem about the Creator of the sky, however, the whole problem lies in the inhabitants of the earth or humans.

Big Hearts and Big Minds

In this context, the speker refers to some teachings of the Hindu Holy scriptures that say:

Those who have big hearts and minds, never discriminate between the people due to their religion, contrary to those who have narrow hearts and minds, they are those always talk about the enemies and friends. Those whose hearts are spacious enough, live always amongst their people like they belong to a single family.

Extinguishing the Fires of Hatred

Meaning of the poems:

Remove the room of hatred from your hearts and pray for the goodness of those who insult you. If you see smoke of hatred rising from anywhere, extinguish those fires and candles. Whoever is criticizing others, give everyone of them a mirror (to show their own shortcomings).

The speaker advises the followers of both religions to divert the current of the air (or the direction of the windstorm) instead of changing your own direction.

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