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by Murtahin Billah Fazlie

  • ISBN: 9960792668
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  • Author: Murtahin Billah Fazlie
  • Publisher: Abul-Qasim Publishing House (1997)
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murtahin billah fazlie. This book talks about Hinduism and Islam different beliefs, the major difference between that two religion is that Hinduism is polytheistic that mean they believe in more than one god. Muslims are monotheistic they believe in one god. In Islam, they believe in Allah and it’s the personal name of one true God and Allah has no plural or gender.

In view of the rise of Hindu fundamentalism in India in recent years, there is an urgent need for debate on the subject.

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aspect of Islam over Buddhism. Murtahin Billah Fazlie's book on Hinduism and Islam: a Comparative Study is clearly written in the l style. The phenomenological. The phenomenological approach attempts to see the scriptural text of each religious tradition as the sacred scr~ tures of its followers, and respect is shown and personal judgment suspended.

Hinduism is a way of life of the Hindu people of India, their diaspora, and some other regions which had Hindu influence in the ancient and medieval times. Islam is a monotheistic religion in which the deity is Allah (Arabic: الله‎ "the God": see God in Islam), the last prophet being Muhammad, whom Muslims believe delivered the Islamic scripture, the Qur'an.

Hinduism and Islam are the third and second most popular religions in the world respectively. Islam is a monotheistic Abrahamic religion, founded by Prophet Muhammad in the Middle East in the 7th century CE. They differ in many respects - including idol worship, monotheism and their history. Hinduism on the other hand is religious tradition that originated in the Indian subcontinent in the pre-classical era (1500–500 BCE) and does not have a specific founder. Hinduism versus Islam comparison chart.

Hinduism and Islam are two major religions of the world. Islam originated in the desert sands of Arabia as a reaction against prevailing native traditions based on the revelations received by Prophet Muhammad. Find here comparison, origin, antiquity, similarities, dissimilarities, confrontation, reconciliation between the two religions. Hinduism originated in the temperate climate of the Indian subcontinent as a result of the synthesis of different indigenous and foreign traditions and in continuation of the prehistoric religious beliefs of lost civilizations.

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Hinduism and Islam: A Comparative Study, an outcome of arduous research, presents the basic elements of Hinduism and Islam in comparison and contrast. In view of the rise of Hindu fundamentalism in India in recent years, there is an urgent need for debate on the subject. Written by a research scholar in an authoritative, precise and lucid form, the book reveals, many startling facts about Hinduism, and unveils, in some measure, the beauty and strength inherent in Islam. In the modern world, a global village, a common religion for the global human community is yet to be recognised. Islam, which declares that all human beings have a common ancestry, stands out to be the only choice. An open dialogue between Hindus and Muslims may open the door of some new dimension in this regard. The book which complements the author's earlier work, Hindu Chauvinism and Muslims in India, is intended to provoke such a dialogue.