Source: Delhi Walla blog
All these different scriptures and ways of worship and of contemplating God are given for one purpose: the realization of Unity
God is intangible. Whatever we know of Him in temples, mosques, synagogues and churches is only created by man
Shah Hussain is one such mystic who is still fondly remembered by millions of ordinary Punjabis four centuries after his death.
Truth cannot be shut up in a single book, Bible or Veda or Koran, or in a single religion…God and Truth outlast these religions and manifest themselves anew in whatever way or form the Divine Wisdom chooses.
Whatever religion we belong to, whether it be Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, Christianity, Judaism, or Islam, and whatever prayers we say, what is it that we are really searching for? Only one thing – that treasure which is God.
Regarded as one of India’s most famous poets, Kabir a weaver raised in a Muslim family in the mid-1400’s was revered by Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs.
The temple or the mosque are the same, the Hindu worship or the Musalman prayer are the same. All men are the same. It is through error they appear different.
Compassion lies at the heart of the teachings of both Hinduism and Islam, as it also lies at the heart of other great religious traditions. The time has come for followers of the world’s great religions to work together to create a more compassionate and peaceful world.
Nazrul’s creativity diversified as he explored Hindu devotional music by composing Shama Sangeet, bhajans and kirtans, often merging Islamic and Hindu values.
9/11 makes the anniversary of Swami Vivekananda’s famous speech against religious extremism and intolerance.
All gods are one. There is no difference between Hindu and Muslim.