ذخیرہ اندوزی سے متعلق ہندومت، یہودیت اور اسلام کے احکام کاجائزہ

Hoarding Concept according to Hinduism, Judaism and Islam

  • Dr. Muhammad Anees Khan Hazara University,Manshera
  • Dr. Irfanullah . ,University Of Science And Technology,Bannu
Keywords: Hinduism, Judaism and Islam, Hoarding Rules

Abstract

Hoarding is considered (Ihtikar) very abhorring and objectionable. It is the practice of keeping something in store and not bringing the same to the market so that prices may rise owing to this artificial dearth of supply in the market. Each religion of the world has agriculture rules. In these, rules about Hoarding play an important role. In non Semitic religions Hinduism is the largest religion of the world. Similarly in Semitic religions Islam is the second and Judaism is considered in third stage. All these three religions and there followers have good relation with agriculture .But among this, Islamic rules considers one of the best rules in the world. Because Hinduism agriculture rules affected by cast system and the other side Judaism rules is affected by customs and traditions. But still there are some points on which Hinduism, Judaism and Islam are completely supporting each others. Hoarding rules is one of them. This paper is consisting on hoarding rules in Hinduism, Judaism and Islam.

Published
2016-07-01
How to Cite
Khan, Dr. Muhammad, and Dr. Irfanullah . 2016. “ذخیرہ اندوزی سے متعلق ہندومت، یہودیت اور اسلام کے احکام کاجائزہ”. Journal of Islamic and Religious Studies 1 (2), 109-19. http://jirs.uoh.edu.pk/jirs/index.php?journal=JIRS&page=article&op=view&path[]=142.
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