Allah is the father of Jesus who is playing flute in the forest of Vrindavan and playing with Gopis


Sometimes people raise the question, “Are you Hindu?” They not only raise the questions but they even conclude that we are Hindu as we talk of Krishna frequently in this blog. For their both questions and conclusion we only say that our concept is ‘Allah is the father of Jesus who is playing flute in the forest of Vrindavan and playing with Gopis ‘ and we request  you to determine whether we are Hindus, Buddhists, Muslim, Christian or other yourselves.
                We cannot deny that we talk of Krishna frequently and discuss about Krishna. Almost our every post mention Krishna in some parts and every posts talk of Krishna. Our understanding is that the name ‘Krishna’ is the name of the same God whom Christian calls Yahweh and whom Muslim calls Allah. Most of the Hindu people use the name ‘Krishna’ frequently. It may be due to the fact that Hinduism uses Vedas as the standard scriptural books and Vedas refer the name Krishna. It should also be understood that Vedas are the collection of perfect knowledge which are above than the demarcation and boundaries of artificial religious divisions. Also, we are using the name of Jesus and Allah in many places according to need.  We, at non sectarian view, are using the name ‘Krishna’. Thus drawing the conclusion of every scriptures and viewing at non-sectarian view we frequently try to prove through our writing that Allah is the father of Jesus who is playing flute in the forest of Vrindavan and is playing with Gopis; his attractive name is ‘Krishna’.

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  1. Vedas calls the lord by the name Krishna, Quran by Allah and Bible calls Jesus as the son of God. Combining three ( Since there can not be two God but only one)we can say Allah ( Krishna) is the father of Jesus. As Krishna always does some pasttimes with his devotees in spiritual world (Vrindavan). Thus, we have to understand that Allah is the father of Jesus who is playing flute in the forest of Vrindavan.

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