How do we know Krishna is God?
Krishna has realized His identity with the impersonal Brahman, they say, so now He is God. They say that when Krishna speaks in the Bhagavad-gita about surrender to Him,He is actually telling us to surrender to “the unborn” within Him. For them, the “unborn” is greater than Krishna.
Is Krishna god or messenger?
Prophet Muhammad further declared that God has sent no less than 124,000 prophets to mankind throughout history (Ibn Hanbal, Musnad, 5, 169) of which only 28 are mentioned in the Quran. Thus, it is perfectly reasonable that Lord Krishna is one of the many prophets God sent with His Divine message.
Who is powerful Shiva or Allah?
According to Quran Allah has no image, never born, everlasting and has no family. Definitely Shiva isn’t Allah. Because following image shows that Shiva is praying to someone who has more power than him. Every one is praying to Allah but He doesn’t pray.
Is Lord Krishna Allah?
Krishna is not a Prophet of Allah, he is Allah himself. Prophets never claim that they are Gods. They only claim about being a messenger or an apostle. Mohammed made it clear that he was a messenger of God.
Is Krishna and Allah same?
Are Allah, Krishna, and Jesus the same? Allah, like Krishna is not a proper name. It’s a title given to One God. The similar title in Hinduism would probably be Bhagwan.
Is Krishna a Moses?
The author finds close parallels in the narratives of the five prophets of Judaism and Hinduism, and concludes that Adam was Swayambhu Manu (4000BC), Cain was Indra (3200BC), Noah was Vaivaswat Manu (3000BC), Abraham was Rama (2100BC) and Moses was Krishna (1500BC), and all had their origins in the Indus Valley.
Is Bhagwan and Allah same?
Allah and God are the same, but with different names for the same being. They are simply the Muslim and Christian names for the same God. Bhagwan, or Brahman, is a different concept. The only similarity it has to the Abrahamic God (the god followed in Christianity, Islam, Judaism, etc) is that it is formless.
Is Bhagwan a God?
Bhagavān (Sanskrit: भगवान्, Bhagavān; Pali:Bhagavā), also spelt as Bhagwan, (sometimes translated in English as “Lord”) is an epithet within Indian religions for the figures of worships. To some Hindus, the word Bhagavan is an abstract, genderless concept of God.
Did Prophet Muhammad go to India?
Islam reached India in the very early period and it is believed that one of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)’s companions Malik bin Deenar came to India’s western coast in 7th century and a mosque was built there in 629 EC which still exists. After 1947, there is another phase of Islam and Muslims in India.
How did Islam start in India?
Islam arrived in the inland of Indian subcontinent in the 7th century when the Arabs conquered Sindh and later arrived in North India in the 12th century via the Ghurids conquest and has since become a part of India’s religious and cultural heritage.