Death is an inevitable guest in our lives. Like it or not, death is certain. For our soul’s perspective, there is no such thing as death, it is the body that dies. Death, dying, and the afterlife are all shrouded in deep mystery and surrounded by fear. The concept of death becomes more complex as we learn more about it. Every religion has different views on death. Muslims believe that the present life is a trial in preparation for the next realm of existence. When a Muslim dies, he or she is washed and wrapped in a clean, white cloth and buried after a special prayer, preferably the same day. Muslims consider this as a final service that they can do for their relatives and an opportunity to remember that their own existence here on earth is brief. Christian beliefs about the afterlife vary between denominations and individual Christians, but vast majority of Christians believe in some kind of heaven, in which believers enjoy the presence of God. Christians follow the idea that Jesus died on the cross for the sins of humanity, so that we could achieve salvation. There are references of heaven and hell in the Bible. Death in Hinduism is very spiritual, and it strongly believes in the rebirth and reincarnation of souls. So, according to Hinduism, death is regarded as a natural process in the existence of soul as a separate entity. When a person dies, the soul travels for some time to another world and finally returns again to the earth to continue its journey. The image of death is immense. No matter what we believe of life after death, we have to accept the fact that death is inevitable and life after death is still mystery.