Islam and Hinduism

World Water Day: The Islamic Perspective

World Water Day: The Islamic Perspective

Hindu holy places are usually located on the banks of rivers, coasts, seashores and mountains. ...

Belief

Between Hinduism and Islam: Creation of Matter and Soul

Between Hinduism and Islam: Creation of Matter and Soul

One of the most famous defenders of this philosophy in the modern era is: Dayananda Saraswati (1824- ...

World Water Day: The Islamic Perspective

World Water Day: The Islamic Perspective

Hindu holy places are usually located on the banks of rivers, coasts, seashores and mountains. ...

The Prophet Adam in India

The Prophet Adam in India

According to Islamic authentic sources, Adam (peace be upon him) is the first human being and the fi ...

Worship

Fasting Fights Cancer

Fasting Fights Cancer

Although fasting is beneficial to our health, it is regarded principally as a method of self-purific ...

Misconceptions

Qur'an

What Is the Qur’an?

What Is the Qur’an?

Guided Hindus

A Hindu Brother Became Sa`ad

A Hindu Brother Became Sa`ad

Human beings are beaten and trampled mercilessly on the ground by some Hindus who have been brainwas ...

Prophet Muhammad

Social Sphere

Sufferings of Widows in Hinduism

Sufferings of Widows in Hinduism

A comparison between the two religions, Islam and Hinduism, makes a fair person convinced that Islam ...

Female Child between Islam and Hinduism (1/2)

Female Child between Islam and Hinduism (1/2)

The phenomenon of insulting women and demeaning them and making them a source of bad luck and omen l ...

Ghunghat Or Hijab in Hinduism and Islam

Ghunghat Or Hijab in Hinduism and Islam

some Hindu brothers support the idea that purdah in its border sense was a symbol of modesty in Indi ...

Devadasi Tradition in Hinduism

Devadasi Tradition in Hinduism

The concepts of Indian people towards women, their purity, and impurity, the status of Hindu widows, ...

Death of a Hindu Girl Banished for Menstruating

Death of a Hindu Girl Banished for Menstruating

There is no official count of how many women die as a result of Chhaupadi—translated as “untouchable ...