Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2, Verse 29

"Āśhcharya-vat paśhyati kaśhchid enam
Āśhcharya-vadvadati tathaiva chānyaḥ
Āśhcharya-vach chainam anyaḥ śhrinoti
Shrutvāpyenaṁ veda na chaiva kaśhchit"

Translation in English:

"Some look upon the soul as amazing, some describe it as amazing, and some hear of it as amazing, while others, even on hearing, cannot understand it at all."

Meaning in Hindi:

"कुछ लोग इस आत्मा को अद्वितीय मानते हैं, कुछ इसे अद्वितीय कहते हैं और कुछ इसे अद्वितीय सुनते हैं, जबकि कुछ लोग, इसे सुनकर भी, इसे समझ नहीं पाते हैं।"

In this verse, Lord Krishna highlights various perspectives and concepts related to the soul. He states that some people see the soul as a wonderful and extraordinary entity, while others describe it in the same way. Some hear about the wonderful nature of the soul, but there are still those who do not understand it even after hearing it.  
 The verse emphasizes the deep nature of the soul and the changeability of human understanding. The soul is beyond ordinary understanding and is often considered an enigma that transcends the boundaries of the material world.  Lord Krishna understands that different people perceive and express their understanding of the soul in different ways. Some may understand its essential nature through personal experience, while others  gain knowledge from scriptures or teachings. 

 However, there are also those who, despite hearing  the soul, struggle to understand its true nature. The  extraordinary nature of the soul is beyond ordinary intellectual understanding and its depth may be beyond the reach of some people. 
 This verse invites us to contemplate the fearful nature of the soul and the diversity of perspectives surrounding it. It reminds us that the soul is a deep and mysterious entity that transcends the ordinary perception of the material world. 

 Recognizing the limits of our understanding, we cultivate humility and open ourselves to the vastness of spiritual knowledge. It encourages us to approach soul-searching with curiosity, respect and an open mind.  


 This verse teaches us to embrace the wonder and mystery surrounding the soul. It reminds us that the journey of spiritual understanding is a lifelong endeavor and that our understanding of the soul can deepen over time. Finally, the verse encourages us to seek spiritual wisdom, practice introspection, and explore the deep nature of the soul with reverence and awe. Through sincere inquiry and introspection, we can gradually uncover the mystery and experience the deep reality of the soul within.

Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2, Verse 11

श्रीभगवानुवाच |

अशोच्यानन्वशोचस्त्वं प्रज्ञावादांश्च भाषसे |

गतासूनगतासूंश्च नानुशोचन्ति पण्डिताः || 

Translation (English): The Supreme Lord said: While speaking learned words, you are mourning for what is not worthy of grief. The wise lament neither for the living nor for the dead. 

Meaning (Hindi): भगवान श्रीकृष्ण बोले: जबकि तू ज्ञानी बातें करता है, तू अशोकी है और निश्चय रूप से शोक करने के योग्य नहीं है। पंडित जो ज्ञानी हैं, वे न तो जीवितों के लिए और न मरे हुए के लिए शोक करते हैं॥

Embracing Diversity: A Glimpse into the Rich Tapestry of Muslim Culture

1: A Global Community United by Faith

With over a billion adherents worldwide, Islam is a unifying force for a diverse range of cultures. Muslims, irrespective of their ethnic backgrounds, share a common faith that binds them together. The Five Pillars of Islam — Shahada (faith), Salah (prayer), Zakat (charity), Sawm (fasting), and Hajj (pilgrimage) — serve as a universal foundation, fostering a sense of unity and shared identity among Muslims across the globe.

मुस्लिम धर्म के त्योहारों में शब-ए-बरात नाम का भी आता है जो पूरी दुनिया में बड़े उत्साह के साथ मनाया जाता है।

इस्लाम धर्म के अनुसार इस त्योहार के दिन अल्लाह कई लोगों को नर्क से मुक्ति दिलाता है।

बू अली शाह क़लंदर चिश्ती संप्रदाय के एक सूफी संत थे जो भारत में रहते और पढ़ाते थे।

बू अली शाह क़लंदर ने दीवान हज़रत शरफुद्दीन बू अली कलंदर" नाम से फ़ारसी कविता का एक संग्रह प्रकाशित किया।