Indeed all praise is for Allah and may peace and blessings be upon His Messenger Muhammad (pbuh), his family, his companions and all those who follow upon his way until the Last Day. A Comparative Study of Polytheist and those who believe in Oneness of God.
Once a Hindu happened to visit Ajmer Sharif in Rajasthan (INDIA), after observations he says: “I wondered that if there are any differences in Hindu and Muslim is only by names”.
Muslim also conduct Qawalis in praising their babas/graves.
They prostrate and Muslim too prostrate andcircumbulate in Mandirs. circumbulate in Darghas.They sacrifice, humans, Muslim too sacrifice animalsanimals to their Lords. to their saints. Muslim also decorates theirThey decorate mandirs with graves, with good chadorgold plating, and make wrappings, bright lightsandbrighter in lights. golden grills.The have peacock feathers toride devils. Muslim too have the same.They collect funds in raisingand building. Muslim too does the same.
NowIf you ask any learned "Hindu"why do you worship idols?He will promptly say you, they are notgods, there are kept as identity to getconcentration, and they will takenearness to God.
You know what…………The same answer was given by thepolytheist (Muskrikeen) of Makkah at thetime of Prophet(saws) and The Qur’antestifies it.(The Noble QURÂN -39:3)
If you ask the same question why do youworship graves to the grave worshipper?He will reply, the saints are not dead they are living,we consider them not as god, but we rather call themto get nearness to God.What is the reply from The Noble Qurân about theirclaim?(HOLY QURÂN -16:20-21)
Allâh (SWT) is not talking about the idols in the above verses,He is saying to grave worshippers, the dead doesnt know whenhe will be raised back,On the day shall We gather them all together;We shall say to those who ascribed partners (to Us) "Whereare the partners whom ye invented and talked about.(The Noble QURÂN -6:22).
Prophet (PBUH) said:"May Allâh curse the Jews and the Christians, for they have taken thegraves of their Prophets as places of worship.“(Sahih Al-Bukari 414, Muslim).Prophet (PBUH) said:"Do not sit on graves and do not pray facing them." (Muslim H-972),Narrator Abu Marthad Al-Ghanawi.Jundub Ibn Abdullaah al-Bajalee said that he heard Prophet (PBUH) said:five days before he died:"Verily those before you took the graves of their Prophets and righteouspeople as places of worship, so do not take the graves as places of worship.Indeed I forbid you from this!" (Muslim 2/67-68)Abu Hurayrah (R.A) says that the Messenger of Allâh (PBUH) said: "OAllâh, do not turn my grave into an idol. May the curse of Allâh be uponthose who take the graves of their Prophets as places of worship"(Ahmad H-7352)
When our Prophet (PBUH) claims that he doesnt know the unseen(Ghaib),he doesnt have the treasures of Allâh, Dont take my grave as idolworship. Then how could we attribute such things to saints in graves andbelieve in these listed below:They listen (dead) to us inside the earth 7 feet depth. They understand the language whatever you speak English, Urdu, Hindi,Gujrati, Maharathi, etc when one invoke to them to seek help.They see us from the grave and reply us.They help us in our afflictions, and solve our problems.They grant us treasures, and bounties etc.These are the false claims made by "grave worshippers", they deceive theinnocent Ummah of Islam, fill their stomach with fire of what they earnby. They erect huge structures (Mazars), with decorations and fancies,that none could remember death when one who goes there, only we looseour Iman (believe).
Shirk has many kinds. One of the greater shirk isEither to worship other than Allah, or to make partners with Allah in somethingthat is specifically His. For example, to take someone as His partner in worship,obedience, love, fear, supplication, and seeking help.When one associates partners with Allah - regardless of who that partner is, suchas a man, animal, plant, or inanimate object - one has perpetrated the GreaterShirk, examples of which are as follows: •To supplicate to that partner as one supplicates to Allah. •To love that partner as one loves Allah. •To hope from that partner as one hopes from Allah •To submit oneself in obedience to that partner as one submits in obedience to Allah •To fear that partner as one fears Allah. •To seek someones judgement instead of the judgement of Allahs Shari’ah.