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the purpose of Mans entire creation is to worship the Creator
Paradise is known as jannah that has 7 levels
Hell or jahanam that has 7 deep terrible layers
The present life is only preparation for the next realm of existence.
The process

The body of deceased is washed and covered in a clean white cloth

Preparation for burial
Prayers are performed for the dead
The body is to be laid on its right side facing the direction of Makah

3 things can continue to help

Prayers on their behalf by a righteous child
Deceased souls remain in their graves awaiting the resurrection.
Allah will judge all the creation according to their deeds in life.

There is an afterlife
Hell for the wicked ones
Heaven for those who behaved well
Catholic church believed there is an afterlife state which is between
heaven and hell calls PURGATORY
Purgatory an intermediate state after physical death in which those
destined for heaven undergo purification, so as to achieve the holiness
necessary to enter the joy of heaven
But, Protestans do not accept purgatory

Most Christians believed that Jesus died on the cross for the sins of
humanity, so that they could achieve salvation (the saving of the soul
from sin and its consequences)
Initially, most Christian favored burial of the dead body but today they
also practised cremation
Original sin the Christian doctrine of humanitys state of sin resulting from
the fall of man, stemming from Adams rebellion in Eden.

Here, the Lord Krishna says that just as a man discards his old clothes
and wears new ones;
The God of Death Yama sends his representatives to collect the soul from
a person's body.
A record of each person's timings & deeds performed by him is kept in a
ledger by Yama's assistant, Chitragupta.
According to the Garuda Purana, a soul after leaving the body travels
through a very long and dark tunnel towards the South. This is why an oil
lamp is lit and kept beside the head of the corpse, to light the dark tunnel
and allow the soul to travel comfortably.

The soul, called "Atman" leaves the body and reincarnates itself
according to the deeds or Karma performed by one in last birth.
Rebirth would be in form of animals or other lower creatures if one
performed bad Karmas and in human form in a good family with joyous
lifetime if the person was good in last birth.
In between the two births a human is also required to either face
punishments for bad Karmas in "naraka" or hell or enjoy for the good
karmas in "svarga" or heaven for good deeds

Hindus also believe in 'Karma'.

'Karma' is the accumulated sums of one's good or bad deeds. Satkarma means
good deeds, vikarma means bad deeds. According to Hinduism the basic
concept of Karma is 'As you sow, you shall reap'. So, if a person has lived a
good life, they will be rewarded in the afterlife
After death, Hindus are not buried, but cremated. According to Hinduism, a
human bodyis made up of five elements. Out of the five elementsfour
elemenst are fire, earth, water and air.Thefifth element isknown as ether and
it belongs to the domain of the subtle body and does not belong to the Earth.
By cremating the body, the elements are rightfully returned to their respective
spheres, while the subtle body along with soul returns to the world for the
continuation of its afterlife. A lot of rituals are associated with the cremation

There are variations among the Buddhist views of what occurs after
death. However, the unifying feature of each is that the cycle of death
and rebirth (reincarnation) is to be avoided by achieving nirvana.
Nirvana, which means extinction or blowing out, also often translated
as bliss, is the letting go of individual identity and desires. Thus, in the
state of nirvana (the state toward which enlightenment drives one) there
is no longer an individual and there is no survival of subjective


Stage one is called
"Chikai" Bardo, the
bardo of dying.

the person either

enters nirvana or
returns to earth for

In stage two is
called the
"Chonyid" Bardo,
the bardo of
Luminous Mind,

Stage three is called

the "Sidpa" Bardo, the
bardo of rebirth


1.) Yawm Al Khurooj : Day of Coming Forth
2.) Yawm Al Baath : Day of Resurrection
3.) Yawm Al Jam : Day of Assembly
4.) Yawm Al Khulood : Day of Eternal Life
5.) Yawm Al Qarar : Day of Everlasting Home
6.) Yawm Al Fasli : Day of Sorting Out
7.) Yawm Al Azifatu : Approaching Day
8.) Yawm Al Hasrat : Day of Distress
9.) Yawm Al Mawood : The Promised Day
10.)Yawm Al Taghabun : The Day of Mutual Dissilution

1. Adultery and fornication will be prevalent (Bukhari, Muslim, Ibn Majah &
Al Haythami)
2. The consumption of intoxicant will be widespread. (Bukhari&Muslim)
3. Women will be outnumber men (Bukhari, Muslim & Ahmad)
4. Killing , killing, klilling (Bukhari, Muslim, Ibn Majah, & Ahmad)
5. Women will conspire (Al Tabarani, Al Hakim)
6. Rain will be acidic or burning (Al Tabarani, Al Hakim )
7. Miserliness will be thrown(Bukhari)
8. When a man obeys his wife and disobeys his mother, and treats his
friend kindly while shunning his father (Al Tirmidhi)

9. Leaders of people will be oppressors (Al Haythami )

10. Men will begin to wear silk (Al Tirmidhi )
11. Female singer and musical instrument will be become popular (Al
12. People will claim to follow the Quran but will reject hadith and Sunnah
of the Prophet (Abu Dawood)
13. People will believe in stars (Al Haythami)
14. Earthquakes will increase (Bukhari & Muslim)
15. People begin to compete with others in the construction of taller
buildings (Bukhari)

1. The emergence of Dajjal
* Ad Dajjal
- a kind of paint or mud that is use to cover a camel.
- In Arabic use it means to cover something with something.
- He is called Dajjal because he will cover the truth with lies.
2. The descent of Isa
3. Yajooj and Majooj
- among the decendents of Adam
4. The great landslides

5. Ad Dukhan (the smoke)

6. The rising of the sun from west
7. The appearance of beast
8. The great fire
9. The appearance of Al Mahdee
- the Prophet said, And the Mahdee will come out at the end of my
ummahs time. (Al Haakim)






1)The event
Prophet S.A.W the grave is either a garden from the
gardens of paradise, or it is a pit from the pits of Hell

2)The first and second blowing of the trumpet

3)The gathering
4)The shade of the throne


1) The beginning of the judgment
2) The scales upon which deeds are weighed
3) The records of each persons deeds
4) Judgment


1) The pond of Allahs Messengers
2) The bridge that extent over Hell
3) The Plateau between Paradise and Hell
4) The intercession (syafaat) granted
to the Prophets and the Righteous
5) The eternal Hell fire
6) The eternal paradise


1. Follow shariah and avoid things that are forbidden.
Performing all the commandments of Allah and refraining the forbidden deeds
which shows the taqwa in the sight of Allah.
2. Do every action for the pleasure of Allah
Consider and play our role as khalifah of Allah in the spirit of amanah by
performing the trust in the best manner in order to obtain the pleasure of Allah in
this world as well as hereafter.
(Quran 2:223)
3. Jihad in the path of Allah with their lives and property.
Struggle for those who believe in the end is a must, because jihad with life and
property is the purchase of a believe in Allah and justification for his faith.
(Quran 9:111)

4. Show kindness to others

Allah knows our every thought and innermost intention; angels are
recording all our actions.
Always keep in mind that we will be judged by our actions and try to
make sure that we act according to the will of Allah.
5. Engage in ibadaah
there are ibadah that is obligation for us to perform such as solah,
fasting, etc. However, as a Muslim we may doing other parts of act or
ibadah to gain more rewards. For example, following the Sunnah of
Rasulullah, reading al-Quran, qiamullail and many more.
Doing the ibadah with full of sincerity in heart for the sake of Allah and
not to please other people.

6. Follow the five pillars of Islam

Iman (faith)- There is none worthy of worship except Allah and Muhammad is
the messenger of Allah.
Solah (prayer)- performed 5 times a day.
Zakah- paying zakah every year.
Sawm (fasting)- every year in the month of Ramadhan.
Performing Hajj- for those who affordable.
5 pillars of Islam are the foundation of Muslim life; faith or belief in the oneness
of Allah.
Imam al-Bukhari transmitted on the authority of mujahid r.a. that Abdullah ibn
Umar said:
The Messenger of Allah took hold of my shoulder and said: Be in this world as if
you were a stranger or a traveler.
The sub-narrator added that Abdullah ibn Umar used to say: if you survive till
the evening, do not expect to be alive in yhe morning, and if you survive till yhe
morning, do not expect to be alive in the evening. And take from your health for
your sicknes sand (take) from death.