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Ishwar akela hai ,uski koi santan nahi , woh buland hai ,azeem shaan wala , Ishwar ke tareef me kuch aur bataye ?

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Asked by khabardar, 12 May '10 11:07 pm
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It is matter of belief alone. For me, God is omnipresent and hence never alone.
Answered by Shiv Bhatia, 12 May '10 11:11 pm

 
  
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God is the Almighty Creator and Sustainer of the universe, Who is similar to nothing, and nothing is comparable to Him. The Prophet Muhammad was asked by his contemporaries about God; the answer came directly from God Himself in the form of a short chapter of the Qur'an, which is considered to be the essence of the unity or the motto of monotheism. This is chapter 112, which reads: In the name of Allah, the Merciful, the Compassionate. Say (O Muhammad), He is God, the One God, the Everlasting Refuge, who has not begotten, nor has been begotten, and equal to Him is not anyone.
Answered by JAVED AKHTER, 12 May '10 11:33 pm

 
  
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God, the Exalted, said: { Verily in the remembrance of God (dhikr Allah) do hearts find rest!} (13:28). If it is asked: How is the meaning of this verse reconciled with that of His saying: { They only are the true believers whose hearts feel fear (wajilat = tremble or shake) when God is mentioned (dhukir Allah)} (8:2), the answer is that in the latter the purpose of God's mention is to bring to mind His greatness and the intensity of His vengeance against those who disobey Him. This verse was revealed at a time when the Companions had a disagreement concerning the spoils of the battle of Badr. Therefore the mention or the remembrance of what is fearsome became appropriate. As for the former verse, it concerns whoever God guided and who has turned to God with love. Therefore the mention of God's mercy became appropriate.

The two meanings (of fearsomeness and mercy) are reunited in Surat al- Zumar: { God hath now revealed the fairest of statements, a Scripture consistent, wherein prom ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 13 May '10 07:59 pm

 
  
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Ishwar, God, or Allah are symble to the power who governs every thing in this universe.He is Almight, Omnipresnt, omnipotent, knows every thing, can do any thing, fearless,endless, without any begining or end, without any limit of time ,space or location, have no shape, no size, no weight, no colour, no name etc etc etc.
Answered by suresh chandra gupta, 12 May '10 11:57 pm

 
  
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