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  Booklet: Taruf-e-Islam (Islam: An Introduction)
Language: Telegu
"Islam" is an Arabic word which means “submission, surrender and obedience to God.” The religion of Islam is so named because it is based on obedience to God. A true believer in Islam is one who subordinates his thinking to God, who follows God’s dictates in all aspects of his life. In religious terms, this means that the individual who embraces Islam as his religion must put the Almighty first and foremost in his life, bowing to His wishes in all matters great and small.
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  Article: Individual, Nature and Society
December 2, 2011, The Times of India
As human beings, according to our inborn qualities, we are complete beings. But we are dependent on two external influences: nature and society. From one major point of view, we depend completely upon nature. Water, sunlight, oxygen, food, all parts of the life-support system are supplied by nature. We cannot afford to dissociate ourselves from these natural resources.
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  Video: The Philosophy of Creation
In this talk, the Maulana explains the philosophy of creation. He begins by elaborating how this topic has held the curiosity of man since times immemorial. Several books have been authored to address this theme but no concrete philosophy could be determined; all the books only lead to more confusion. The Maulana explains that his study has led him to understand that owing to their lack of awareness of the divine scheme of things, the philosophers and thinkers could not explain existence.
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  Audio: Five Periods of Human History
The Creator of the world has created this world, as one half of a pair — the present limited world, in which we pass our lives after birth, is the first half; and the next eternal world where we live after death is the other half. The Creator of man has thus created him as an eternal creature and has divided his life into two stages — the pre-death period or the limited life in this world and the post death period or the eternal life after death. The limited period before death is meant to be a test for man, while the eternal period after his death will be the period for his reward or punishment, based on his performance in the test in this life. This is the scheme of existence for this world as devised by its Creator. The real aim of creation is to select those who are fit to inhabit the world of Paradise. Evil people will not be selected to inhabit Paradise.
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  Maulana Wahiduddin Khan's Blog
Worldly Comforts: Man bewails the calamities that strike him on earth. But if he were to realize the intensity of the coming day, he would see that all this is nothing compared to what will come to pass. Comfort and self-respect in this world make man complacent and proud. But if he were to know what was lying in store for him, he would be humble before the Lord. "Lord," he would cry out, "worldly honour and comfort are of no consequence if they do not last through to the next, more abiding stage of life."
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  Quran online
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  Maulana Khan on the Speaking Tree Website
The Speaking Tree website provides a meeting ground for seekers to discuss belief systems, religious conviction, psychological impact of faith and rituals in a non-religious context with spiritual gurus, spiritual mentors, and spiritual leaders around the world. The objective of the website is to encourage spiritual conversations. To follow the Maulana, CLICK HERE.
   
 
 
   
  Book of the Month: The Secret of a Successful Family Life
In order to lead a successful life, it is important for man to learn the art of Life Management. The art of life management means, on the one hand man understanding himself, (i.e. he should know who he is, what his capabilities are) and, on the other hand, his becoming aware of the world around him. Then he may plan his life in a realistic manner, and make improvements whenever and wherever required.
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  The Chanakya Forum
Q. Corruption is a global phenomenon. What is the best way to tackle it a) officially and b) individually? The Times of India
A. According to my assessment, corruption in other countries is quite different from that of Indian corruption. Corruption in other countries is not at the cost of development. But in India we are paying g a heavy price in terms of development due to this corruption. Corruption in other countries can be tolerated but corruption in India is not tolerable. As far as developed countries are concerned, there is no lower level corruption therefore there is good infrastructure and communication. So, in these countries if there is higher level corruption, it has to be tolerated. While in India corruption exists even at lower levels due to which there is poor infrastructure, and this cannot be tolerated. If we want corruption-free India, we will have to bring an end to the so-called controlled economy. As long as controlled economy remains, corruption will remain.
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