Their ultimate aim is to find the enlightenment and free themselves from the cycle of rebirth.
The religion gives the, an aim to have a better life by gaining merits through sutras, meditations, mantras and other religious elements (Jeff 2006).
Christianity and Islam have a belief in a place known as paradise which the person would be gifted in accordance to his deeds.
Buddhism on the other hand believes that life after death would result in the freeing of soul which would be attached to another body.
Buddha asserted that what keeps us bound to the death/rebirth process is desire, desire in the sense of wanting or craving anything in the world.
Hence, the goal of getting off the Ferris wheel of reincarnation necessarily involves freeing oneself from desire. Nirvana literally means extinction, and it refers to the extinction of all craving, an extinction that allows one to become liberated.Islamic beliefs are firm and Islam is judged as a complete way of living for Muslims.Islam is based on a firm believe that God is omnipotent.According to these three religions there is a life after death which entirely depends upon the deeds or karma done in this world.Islam believes that these deeds would only be worthy if one follows the path of Allah and Islam but Buddhism and Christianity do not mention any such thing.Islam is the religion which Muslims around the world follow.Its principles and foundational beliefs are associated with the preaching of Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) and the holy book Quran.Other religions often believe in rebirth but reincarnation in Buddhism is the belief that human beings may recur over and over again.They believe that an individual who beliefs in Buddhism may attain Nirvana only by releasing his attachment to desire and the self.Despite its transitory nature, this false self hangs together as a unit, and even reincarnates in body after body.In Buddhism, as well as in Hinduism, life in a corporeal body is viewed negatively, as the source of all suffering. In Buddhism, this means abandoning the false sense of self so that the bundle of memories and impulses disintegrates, leaving nothing to reincarnate and hence nothing to experience pain.