Channel: Zakir Naik
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First we can understand Hinduism in the right perspective, by trying to understand what is the concept of God in Hinduism.
If you ask a common Hindu, that how many gods disbelieve in some will say three, some will say 10, some is 100,000, while others will say 33 crows 330 million. But if you ask a learned Hindu, who is well versed with the scriptures, he will tell you that Hindus should believe and worship only one God.
But the common Hindu,
he believes in a philosophy known as pantheism.
pantheism means the common into believes that everything is God, the tree is God, the sun is God, the moon is God, the human being is God, the snake is God.
What we Muslims believe is, everything is God's God with an apostrophe s, everything belongs to God, the tree belongs to God, the sun belongs to God, the moon belongs to God, the minimum belongs to God, the snake belongs to God. So the major difference between the common Hindu and the common Muslim is the common Hindu believes that everything is God, we Muslims believe everything is God's God with an apostrophe S. So the major difference between the common Hindu and the common Muslim is the apostrophe s.
If we can solve the difference of Apostrophe S, then within the Muslims will be united. How do we do it? As the Quran says that Allah will actually Martin savoir in binary, come to common terms as us and you, which is the first term Allah now in the law that we worship? none but Allah subhana wa Taala Well, I'm gonna be showing you that we associate the partner with him while he is a ba, ba, ba, ba and Urban manzanilla that we erect not among ourselves, lots and people other than Allah, tala, and then they turn back for collusion to say a witness. We are now mostly moon that we are Muslims borrowing a will to Allah subhanaw taala.
So today, we'll try and understand what is the concept of God in Hinduism by trying to understand what the Hindu scriptures have to speak about Almighty God