Presentation on theme: "Once a Hindu passed by a Mazar in Rajastan, India. Observing what was going on, he said : I fail to see the difference between Hindus and Muslims."— Presentation transcript:
Once a Hindu passed by a Mazar in Rajastan, India. Observing what was going on, he said : I fail to see the difference between Hindus and Muslims.
Hindus worship idols These Muslims worship graves
Hindus pray to Krishna and Ram for help These muslims pray to Kwaja, Data, Pir Sajjan Saeen, etc
Hindus decorate the with idols coconut, bananas, flowers and incense sticks Some muslims offer sweetmeats, coconuts, flowers and incense sticks
The people in Temples are called Pandits The people sitting in the Mazars and at the holy graves are called Majawiz and Khadims
Hindus go for Bary Yathra once a year Some muslims travel once a year on an Urs in the babas name
Hindus show veneration for their gods by singing bhajans at the temple Some muslims sing qawwalis to venerate their holy ones
Some muslims bow and prostrate at graves and mazzars Hindus bow and prostrate in temples Some muslims make animal sacrifices at mazzars Hindus sacrifice animals and humans at their temples Some muslims decorate their dargahs and mazzars in similar ways Hindus decorate their temples with gold so they shine and glitter Some muslims decorate their dargahs and mazzars with peacock feathers Hindus use peacock feathers to decorate their idols Some muslimsdonate money, gold/silver jewelry to their mazzars Hindus donate money, gold/silver jewelry to their temples
If you ask an educated member of these groups if the object of worship is God, they will say no, it is just a symbol / reminder of Him that helps us remember /worship Him better. Know that this is EXACTLY the same answer the idolators of Makkah used to give to the Prophet Muhammad SAW when he asked them about their idols. Surely pure religion is for Allah only. And those who choose protecting friends beside Him (say): We worship them only that they may bring us near unto Allah. Lo! Allah will judge between them concerning that wherein they differ. Lo! Allah guideth not him who is a liar, an ingrate. (Az- Zumar 39:3) NOW
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