Live once in this world and then be resurrected in the Hereafter; It is mentioned in the Qur’an: "How can you reject the faith in Allah? Seeing that you were without life, And He gave you life; Then will He cause you to die, and will He again bring you to life; And again to Him will you return." (Al Qur’an 2:28)
Islam states that a human being comes into this world only once, and after he dies, he is again resurrected on the day of judgement. Depending on his deeds he will either dwell in heaven i.e. Paradise or he will dwell in hell.
This Life is a test for the hereafter; It is mentioned in the Qur’an: "He who created Death and Life, that He may try which of you is best in deed; And He is the exalted in Might, oft- forgiving." (Al Qur’an 67:2)
If we follow the commandments of the Almighty Creator and we pass the test, we shall enter Paradise i.e., which is Eternal Bliss. If we do not follow the commandments of our creator and fail the test then we shall be put into hell.
In Hinduism, the differences in two individuals at birth is explained by stating past karma i.e. actions of the previous life, as the cause of the differences. There is no scientific or logical proof or evidence of the cycle of rebirths.
How does Islam explain these differences? The Islamic explanation for these differences in different individual is given in Surah Mulk: "He who created death and life,
that He may try which of you is best in Deed; And He is the Exalted in Might; oft-forgiving." (Al Qur’an 67:2).
Thus the main reason for the differences in the human being is that this life is a test for the hereafter. Life after death is mentioned in the Qur’an as well as the Vedas.
Individual differences are not due to transmigration of souls or ‘Samsara’, These beliefs were added on in subsequent scriptures like the Upanishad, Bhagvad Gita and the Puranas. The repetitive cycle of birth and death, birth and death, was unknown and unheard of in the Vedic period.
All praises are for the One and Only God and Creator Allah, who alone is worthy of devotion, complete submission and worship.