Hinduism and Islam are completely different. Most Muslims will willingly agree to this assertion, but Hindus will obstinately deny any such notion and try to look for commonalities where none exist. Anyone who asserts that Hinduism and Islam are same in essence, or that they preach the same message, are either being deceitful, or are simply ignorant. Subhodeep Mukhopadhyay discusses topics like dharma, religion, avatar, prophet, tawhid, jihad, Sufism, Islam's views on different issues like homosexuality and slavery, and key epistemological, ontological and theological aspects of Hinduism and Islam. He explains Islam from the stand-point of dharma and logic, and demonstrates the incompatibility of Hinduism and Islam across personal, societal and cultural levels. He shows with irrefutable evidence, that notions like syncretic culture, national integration and communal harmony are logically meaningless when it comes to Islam in India. Noted educationist Suman Das has very kindly written the foreword to this book and shared his valuable insights.