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Hell is therefore believed to be a place of hapiness for the souls which delight in evilness. Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints LDS Church teach that hell is a state between death and resurrection, in which those spirits who did not repent while on earth must suffer for their own sins Doctrine and Covenants —17 .
After that, only the Sons of perdition , who committed the Eternal sin , would be cast into Outer darkness.
However, according to Mormon faith, committing the Eternal sin requires so much knowledge that most persons cannot do this.
In the Quran, God declares that the fire of Jahannam is prepared for both mankind and jinn. Other modern Muslims continue the line of Sufism as an interiorized hell, combining the eschatological thoughts of Ibn Arabi and Rumi with Western philosophy.
Medieval sources usually identified hell with the seven layers of the earth mentioned in Surah , inhabited by devils , harsh angels , scorpions and serpents, who torment the sinners.
They described thorny shrubs, seas filled with blood and fire and darkness only illuminated by the flames of hell. On Judgement Day one must pass over it to reach paradise, but those destined for hell will find too narrow and fall from into their new abode.
Further, his dominion in hell is also his punishment. According to the Muwatta Hadith, the Bukhari Hadith, the Tirmidhi Hadith, and the Kabir Hadith, Muhammad claimed that the fire of Jahannam is not red, but pitch-black, and is 70 times hotter than ordinary fire, and is much more painful than ordinary fire.
Polytheism shirk is regarded as a particularly grievous sin; therefore entering Paradise is forbidden to a polytheist musyrik because his place is Hell;  and the lowest pit of Hell Hawiyah , is intended for hypocrites who claimed aloud to believe in God and his messenger but in their hearts did not.
In "Devaduta Sutta", the th discourse of the Majjhima Nikaya , Buddha teaches about hell in vivid detail.
Buddhism teaches that there are five Template:Facr sometimes six [ citation needed ] realms of rebirth , which can then be further subdivided into degrees of agony or pleasure.
Of these realms, the hell realms, or Naraka , is the lowest realm of rebirth. The Buddha's disciple, Devadatta , who tried to kill the Buddha on three occasions, as well as create a schism in the monastic order, is said [ by whom?
Like all realms of rebirth in Buddhism, rebirth in the Hell realms is not permanent, though suffering can persist for eons before being reborn again.
Thus, Buddhism teaches to escape the endless migration of rebirths both positive and negative through the attainment of Nirvana.
The Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha , according to the Ksitigarbha Sutra, made a great vow as a young girl to not reach Nirvana until all beings were liberated from the Hell Realms or other unwholesome rebirths.
In popular literature, Ksitigarbha travels to the Hell realms to teach and relieve beings of their suffering.
Early Vedic religion does not have a concept of Hell. Originally he resides in Heaven, but later, especially medieval, traditions mention his court in naraka.
It is a lower spiritual plane called naraka-loka where the spirit is judged and the partial fruits of karma affect the next life.
In Mahabharata there is a mention of the Pandavas and the Kauravas both going to Heaven. At first Yudhisthir goes to heaven where he sees Duryodhana enjoying heaven; Indra tells him that Duryodhana is in heaven as he did his Kshatriya duties.
Then he shows Yudhisthir hell where it appears his brothers are. Later it is revealed that this was a test for Yudhisthir and that his brothers and the Kauravas are all in heaven and live happily in the divine abode of gods.
Hells are also described in various Puranas and other scriptures. The Garuda Purana gives a detailed account of Hell and its features; it lists the amount of punishment for most crimes, much like a modern-day penal code.
It is believed [ by whom? Detailed accounts of all the sins committed by an individual are kept by Chitragupta , who is the record keeper in Yama's court.
Chitragupta reads out the sins committed and Yama orders appropriate punishments to be given to individuals.
These punishments include dipping in boiling oil, burning in fire, torture using various weapons, etc.
Individuals who finish their quota of the punishments are reborn in accordance with their balance of karma.
All created beings are imperfect and thus have at least one sin to their record; but if one has generally led a pious life, one ascends to svarga , a temporary realm of enjoyment similar to Paradise, after a brief period of expiation in Hell and before the next reincarnation, according to the law of karma.
According to Brahma Kumaris iron world kalyug, a stage of the world cycle is regarded as hell. In Jain cosmology , Naraka translated as Hell is the name given to realm of existence having great suffering.
However, a Naraka differs from the hells of Abrahamic religions as souls are not sent to Naraka as the result of a divine judgment and punishment.
Furthermore, length of a being's stay in a Naraka is not eternal, though it is usually very long and measured in billions of years.
A soul is born into a Naraka as a direct result of his or her previous karma actions of body, speech and mind , and resides there for a finite length of time until his karma has achieved its full result.
After his karma is used up, he may be reborn in one of the higher worlds as the result of an earlier karma that had not yet ripened.
The Hells are situated in the seven grounds at the lower part of the universe. The seven grounds are:. The hellish beings are a type of souls which are residing in these various hells.
They are born in hells by sudden manifestation. They have a fixed life span ranging from ten thousand to billions of years in the respective hells where they reside.
According to Jain scripture, Tattvarthasutra , following are the causes for birth in hell: .
According to Meivazhi , the purpose of all religions is to guide people to Heaven. In Sikh thought, Heaven and Hell are not places for living hereafter, they are part of spiritual topography of man and do not exist otherwise.
They refer to good and evil stages of life respectively and can be lived now and here during our earthly existence.
So many are being drowned in emotional attachment and doubt; they dwell in the most horrible hell. Ancient Taoism had no concept of Hell, as morality was seen to be a man-made distinction and there was no concept of an immaterial soul.
In its home country China , where Taoism adopted tenets of other religions, popular belief endows Taoist Hell with many deities and spirits who punish sin in a variety of horrible ways.
Diyu is the realm of the dead in Chinese mythology. It is very loosely based upon the Buddhist concept of Naraka combined with traditional Chinese afterlife beliefs and a variety of popular expansions and re-interpretations of these two traditions.
Ruled by Yanluo Wang , the King of Hell, Diyu is a maze of underground levels and chambers where souls are taken to atone for their earthly sins.
Incorporating ideas from Taoism and Buddhism as well as traditional Chinese folk religion, Diyu is a kind of purgatory place which serves not only to punish but also to renew spirits ready for their next incarnation.
There are many deities associated with the place, whose names and purposes are the subject of much conflicting information. The exact number of levels in Chinese Hell — and their associated deities — differs according to the Buddhist or Taoist perception.
Some speak of three to four 'Courts', other as many as ten. The ten judges are also known as the 10 Kings of Yama.
Each Court deals with a different aspect of atonement. For example, murder is punished in one Court, adultery in another.
According to some Chinese legends, there are eighteen levels in Hell. Punishment also varies according to belief, but most legends speak of highly imaginative chambers where wrong-doers are sawn in half, beheaded, thrown into pits of filth or forced to climb trees adorned with sharp blades.
However, most legends agree that once a soul usually referred to as a 'ghost' has atoned for their deeds and repented, he or she is given the Drink of Forgetfulness by Meng Po and sent back into the world to be reborn, possibly as an animal or a poor or sick person, for further punishment.
Zoroastrianism has historically suggested several possible fates for the wicked, including annihilation, purgation in molten metal, and eternal punishment, all of which have standing in Zoroaster's writings.
Zoroastrian eschatology includes the belief that wicked souls will remain in Duzakh until, following the arrival of three saviors at thousand-year intervals, Ahura Mazda reconciles the world, destroying evil and resurrecting tormented souls to perfection.
The Mandaeans believe in purification of souls inside of Leviathan ,  whom they also call Ur. Those laws state that wiccan souls are privileged with reincarnation, but that the souls of wiccans who break the wiccan laws, "even under torture", would be cursed by the goddess, never be reborn on earth, and "remain where they belong, in the Hell of the Christians.
The influential wiccan author Raymond Buckland wrote that the wiccan laws are unimportant. Solitary neo-wiccans, who originated in the s, do not include the wiccan laws in their doctrine.
In his Divina commedia Divine Comedy , set in the year , Dante Alighieri employed the concept of taking Virgil as his guide through Inferno and then, in the second canticle, up the mountain of Purgatorio.
Virgil himself is not condemned to Hell proper in Dante's poem but is rather, as a virtuous pagan, confined to Limbo just at the edge of Hell.
The geography of Hell is very elaborately laid out in this work, with nine concentric rings leading deeper into Earth, and deeper into the various punishments of Hell, until, at the center of the world, Dante finds Satan himself trapped in the frozen lake of Cocytus.
A small tunnel leads past Satan and out to the other side of the world, at the base of the Mount of Purgatory. John Milton 's Paradise Lost opens with the fallen angels , including their leader Satan , waking up in Hell after having been defeated in the war in heaven and the action returns there at several points throughout the poem.
Milton portrays Hell as the abode of the demons, and the passive prison from which they plot their revenge upon Heaven through the corruption of the human race.
Rimbaud's poetry portrays his own suffering in a poetic form as well as other themes. Many of the great epics of European literature include episodes that occur in Hell.
In the Roman poet Virgil 's Latin epic, the Aeneid , Aeneas descends into Dis the underworld to visit his father's spirit.
The underworld is only vaguely described, with one unexplored path leading to the punishments of Tartarus, while the other leads through Erebus and the Elysian Fields.
The idea of Hell was highly influential to writers such as Jean-Paul Sartre who authored the play No Exit about the idea that "Hell is other people".
Although not a religious man, Sartre was fascinated by his interpretation of a Hellish state of suffering.
Hell is portrayed here as an endless, desolate twilight city upon which night is imperceptibly sinking. The night is actually the Apocalypse , and it heralds the arrival of the demons after their judgment.
Before the night comes, anyone can escape Hell if they leave behind their former selves and accept Heaven's offer, and a journey to Heaven reveals that Hell is infinitely small; it is nothing more or less than what happens to a soul that turns away from God and into itself.
Robert A. Heinlein offers a yin-yang version of Hell where there is still some good within; most evident in his book Job: A Comedy of Justice.
Michael Moorcock is one of many who offer Chaos-Evil- Hell and Uniformity-Good- Heaven as equally unacceptable extremes which must be held in balance; in particular in the Elric and Eternal Champion series.
Fredric Brown wrote a number of fantasy short stories about Satan 's activities in Hell. Cartoonist Jimmy Hatlo created a series of cartoons about life in Hell called The Hatlo Inferno , which ran from to From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Afterlife location in which souls are subjected to punitive suffering, often torture. This article is about the abode of the dead in various cultures and religious traditions around the world.
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Main article: Jahannam. Main article: Naraka Buddhism. Main article: Naraka Hinduism. Main article: Naraka Jainism. Main article: Diyu.
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