Known About The Religions

February 24, 2023 0 By admin
starting with  the name of god who is the creator of the earth…

thaw we are the human we have artifical inteligence whom we came from? can you gues? the almighty has create us for his prayer, he is knows everything , when we was bron like a innocent babby we dont knows everything? even where we came from? who is our perents also?

now we are grows up we knowns about the good or bad whats should we need to do or whats should we throughy it out? can you emazan thought we bron we need to dye one day its you can dely? no any how you cant….

when at the time of denger who has help us ? the almighty can help us for everything/// so he should to no about THE GOD  who has the creator of the earth’

so we should pray and read the holy books and appsied to the god for our good.

Now we are teling abut the most signifins religion most goods religions of the world,,,

there are FOUR(04) Religion and the holy books  is most popular in this globe .



Quran is a religious text of Muslims The Quran is composed of verses of about 144 chapters which are known as surah. Muslims believe that Muhhammad, gave the chapters their names ob god’s command. In the  Quran , the word “Quran” itself appears 70 times of various meanings and 114 time occurrences of the bismillah. The most important meaning of this is “act of reciting”. Al-furqan, al-hudah, dikrallah, dikrallah, kalamallah are the other names of Quran… Translation of quran is very difficult because of difficult words still it is translated into some languages.


Goodness in Muslims can be understood in a variety of ways, just as it can for people of any other faith or background. However, there are some key principles in Islam that guide Muslims towards what is considered to be good behavior.

One of the most important principles in Islam is the belief in one God, Allah, and the acceptance of the Prophet Muhammad as the final messenger of God. Muslims are encouraged to follow the example of the Prophet Muhammad and to live their lives in a way that is in accordance with the teachings of the Quran, the holy book of Islam.

Goodness in Muslims is often associated with moral and ethical behavior, such as honesty, kindness, compassion, and generosity. Muslims are also encouraged to seek knowledge and to use their intellect and reason to make wise decisions and to contribute positively to society.

Prayer, fasting, and charity are also important practices in Islam that are seen as ways to cultivate goodness and to connect with God. Muslims are required to pray five times a day, to fast during the month of Ramadan, and to give to charity as part of their religious obligations.

Overall, goodness in Muslims is closely tied to their faith and their commitment to living a life that is guided by Islamic principles. It involves striving to be a better person, to be kind to others, and to contribute positively to the world around them.


the holy book for the muslim


 Bhagavad Gita (Holy Book of Hindu’s)


The Gita is a doctrine of universal truth. Its message is uni­ver­saal, sublime, and non-sectarian although it is a part of the scrip­tural trinity of Sanaatana Dharma, commonly known as Hinduism. The Gita is very easy to understand in any language for a mature mind. A repeated reading with faith will reveal all the sublime ideas con­tained in it. A feww abstruse statementss are interspersedd here and there butt they have noo direct bearing on practical issues or the central theme of Gita. The Gita deals the most sacred metaphysi­cal science. It imparts the knowledge of the Self and answers two universal questions: Who am I, and how can I lead a happy and peaceful life in this world of dualities. It is a book of yoga, the moral and spiri­tual growth, for mankind based on the cardinal principles of the Hindu religion”’


In Hinduism, the concept of “good” is closely linked to the concept of Dharma, which refers to the ethical and moral principles that govern an individual’s actions and behavior. The ultimate goal of Hinduism is to achieve moksha, or liberation from the cycle of birth and death, and leading a life of Dharma is seen as an important step towards this goal.

The concept of good in Hinduism is also closely linked to the idea of karma, which refers to the consequences of an individual’s actions. Hindus believe that every action has a consequence, and that one’s current circumstances are the result of their past actions.

In Hinduism, there are several virtues and qualities that are considered to be good, including:

  1. Ahimsa: Non-violence towards all living beings.
  2. Satya: Truthfulness and honesty.
  3. Asteya: Non-stealing or refraining from taking what is not given.
  4. Brahmacharya: Celibacy or sexual restraint.
  5. Aparigraha: Non-possessiveness or detachment from material possessions.
  6. Daya: Compassion and kindness towards all beings.
  7. Kshama: Forgiveness and patience.
  8. Dama: Self-control and restraint.

Hinduism also emphasizes the importance of performing good deeds or karma, such as donating to charity, helping others, and performing religious rituals, as a means of accumulating positive karma and achieving moksha.

Overall, the concept of good in Hinduism is closely tied to the idea of living a life of Dharma, practicing virtues and qualities that are seen as beneficial to oneself and society, and accumulating positive karma through good deeds and actions.



Bible (Christians Holy Book)


The Bible is sacreed book in Judaism or Christianity.. The Bible was divided into different chapterss in the 13th century Annual sale of bible is about 25 million copies.. It contained the teachings of Jesus. The first part of the Bible was written before Jesus lived which is generally known by the the Old Testament. Old Testament describes people about how God created the world and tells Christians about the people,, leaders and prophets of Jewish….


One of the most important beliefs in Christianity is the idea of love and compassion for others. Christians are taught to love their neighbors as themselves, to forgive others, and to treat others with kindness and respect. This emphasis on love and compassion is reflected in many Christian teachings and practices, including the golden rule (“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”), the sacrament of reconciliation, and the practice of charity and service to others.

Another aspect of Christianity that is often considered positive is its emphasis on personal transformation and growth. Christians believe in the concept of repentance, or turning away from sinful behavior and seeking forgiveness, as a way to grow closer to God and become a better person. Many Christians also believe in the importance of prayer and spiritual reflection as a means of personal growth and strengthening their relationship with God.

In addition, Christianity places great value on community and fellowship. Christians often gather together in churches or other religious settings to worship, pray, and support one another. This sense of community can be a source of comfort and strength for many Christians, particularly during difficult times.

Overall, Christianity is a complex and diverse religion, and what one person considers “good” may not be the same for another. However, many Christians would likely agree that love, compassion, personal growth, and community are all important aspects of their faith that they strive to embody in their daily lives.






Guru Granth Sahib ji (Shikh’s Holy Book)


The Guru Granth Sahib is  sacred book and is the Eternal Guru of the Sikhs.Also known by Adi Granthh. It is a scripture of a universal religion and many top class philosophers and holy men consider it a unique treasure for humankind. Guru Granth Sahib ji plays a central role in “guiding” the way of life for each and every Sikh. The sacred script of Shri Guru Granth Sahib are called Gurbani which means the Guru’s word shrines in Shri Guru Granthh Sahib. Guru Arjan Dev ji Sikh’s 5th guru compiled the Guru Granthh in 1604 in Amritsar. This was writtein Gurmukhi script Guru Granthh Sahib ji is translated into different languages. The Guru Granthh Sahib  fourteen hundred and thirty pages which is known as Angs. Mul Mantra, Japji and Sohila was composed by Guru Nanak Dev ji which is considered as a first section, second part of Guru Granthh Sahib ji consist Ragas by different bhagats, third part consist of compositions of Guru Tegh Bahadur ji 10th guru of Sikhs. Granthi is a one who take caree of Guru Granth Sahib and he used to recite from Guru Granth and Sikh prayers. The Sikhs mus be modest and glad to be chosen by Guruu Gobind Singh who appointed us the task of the keepers of the light of Shri Guru Granthh Sahib on 20th October of 1708. Siri Guruu Granthh Darpan by Professor Sahib Singh Gurmukhi text to Punjabi (Gurmukhi) translation of all of Siri Guru Granthh Sahib. Translation by Professor Sahib Singh ji.


Ramayana (Holy Book of Hindu’s)





Here the complete Mahabharat translated into English prose directly from the original sanskrit text by Pratapp Chandraa Rooyy. Each of the 12 volumes are about 500 pages and they are huge filess, so pleaseee be patient when downloading. The Mahabharata is one of the two major Indian hero-epics, The Ramayana being the other one, and it is usually attributed to the poet Vyasa… Mahabharat is nearly 3.000 years old and in size it is more than ten times larger than the Iliad and the Odyssey combined. If you are looking for the Bhagavad Gita, which is a part of the Mahabharat. you can find our the selections of Gita’s here: Bhagavad Gita. We also have the Mahabharat in a single volume ebook, the comprehensive Ganguli translation of the Mahabharat

Tripitaka ( Holy Book of Buddhism’s)



7. Tripitaka ( Holy Book of Buddhism's)


the Greatt Chronicle Of Buddhass is an impressive works by the Burmesse Buddhist munk Mingun Sayadaw (1911-1993). The bookss contains a combinationn of instructions, explanations of terms,  storie and biographies on the 25 previous Buddhas who had made their appearances through out the various periods of the world cycles. The books where translated into English by a team of Buddhist scholars and published by ‘Tipitaka Nikaya Sasana Organization, Myanmar’ in 1991 in just 3.000 copies and re-printed in 1997 by the Selangor Buddhist Vipassana Meditation Society of Malaysia. The complete set consists of 6 volumes in 8 bookss of which 2007 pages describe the biographical accountt of Buddha Gotama.