Ever since the Prophet Muhammad was introduced to Hinduism through his lover Lord Rama, he couldn't help but notice the more pronounced emphasis on bodily enjoyment, something severely lacking the Quran sent down to him from Allah. He felt the need to show Lord Rama his gratitude for this lesson in love and lust, a gift that Allah could never give him.
The Abrahamic faiths have been a destructive force upon the city of Jerusalem, seemingly intent on dividing it into fractured pieces. The love of humans, regardless of background, is one of the few forces that could knit the historic land back together.
Tulsi is an avatar of the Hindu Goddess of wealth Lakshmi and is represented by the tulsi plant, also known as “holy basil,” which is cultivated for use in many religious rituals. Here, Tulsi has managed to entrap the Prophet Muhammad in some of her basil plants. "Love-Jihad" is a conspiracy theory promulgated by far-right Hindu groups, which accuses Muslim men of perpetuating demographic change in India via converting Hindu women with deceitful marriages.
In Islam, Jinn (commonly known in the Western world as “genies”) are spirits made of smokeless fire. Some believe that when lustful jinns possess humans, they cause them to have too many lustful thoughts or engage in sexual activity that violates Islamic precepts. These lustful jinns may even have sex with humans as they sleep at night. However, this young woman was visited by a jinn one night, and she felt liberated by her experience with her new demonic lover, who helped free her from the spiritual sex shame she had internalized from religion.
Rukmini and Radha are both consorts of the Hindu God Krishna. While Krishna was distracted by his many other wives and girlfriends, the two of them decided to spend some fun quality time together.