Soulveda and New Age Islam



Patience is the exercise of restraint in trying situations. It is a virtue, which enables the individual to proceed towards worthy goals, undeterred by adverse circumstances or repeated provocations. If he allows himself to become upset by opposition, taunts or other kinds of unpleasantness, he will never reach his goals. He will simply become enmeshed in irrelevancies.

The Purpose of Religion

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Soulveda

There are two aspects to our world. One pertains to the visible world and the other to the invisible world. The visible world can be likened to the tip of an iceberg. Only the tip or a very tiny part of the iceberg is observable while the major part of it remains hidden from the eyes, submerged within the water. It is the only religion that enables us to be able to cross the surface of the sea, deeper into the ocean beds and see the major part of this iceberg.


Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Soulveda
Everyone, young or old, complains of stress or tension—a common phenomenon of our times. There are several centres established in order to enable de-stressing, but these provide, at the most, only temporary relief. None of them offer any permanent solution.

No to corruption, no to materialism

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Soulveda

International Anti-Corruption Day is observed every year on 9 December, since the passage of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption on October 31, 2003. The slogan for this day is “no to corruption”. In terms of celebration it is successful, but in terms of result this campaign is a total failure.