The Vedas and The Koran

According to the Koran and Vedic literature, the heavens are subject to annihilation. At the time of annihilation, the heavenly planets, the earth and the hellish planets are destroyed. A new creation starts again.

‘One day the earth will be changed to a different earth, and so will be the heaven [The Koran 1:48]’

‘The sun and moon will be joined together [The Koran 75:9]’

‘The sky is split as under. [The Koran 84:1]’

The Kingdom of Supreme Lord, which lies beyond the coverings of material universe is eternal. In the kingdom of God, there is not need of sun and moon. This proves that the kingdom of God is never subject to creation or destruction.

‘That supreme abode of Mine is not illuminated by the sun or moon, nor by fire or electricity. Those who reach there, never return to this material world. [The Gita 15.6]’

‘Allah is the light of the heavens and the earth. [The Koran 24:35]’

‘He is the source of light in all luminous objects. [The Gita 13.19]’

The real truth is that God and His kingdom are factual. Even the pious demi-gods who dwell in the heavenly planets have fallen short of achieving that eternal abode.

As stated in Vedic literature and the Koran:

‘The foolish who admire the enjoyment of the heavenly planets should take note that even demi-gods who are residents of heaven, are always looking to the eternal abode of the Supreme Lord. [The Rig Veda 1.22.20]’

‘The demigods have no power to relieve or to avert your distress. Those, whom they invoke, themselves, seek the way of their Lord. Which one of them shall be the nearest? They hope for His grace and fear His chastisement. [The Koran 17:56-57]’

Source: ISLAM and THE VEDAS (Sri Rasamandala Das)

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