This Article tries to describe the concept of angels in Non-Semitic religions. Hindus believe that certain Super-beings perform acts, which cannot be done by normal human beings. These super-beings are worshipped as deities by some Hindus, some writers say that there is no concept of angles in Hinduism. Zoroastrianism recognizes various classes of spiritual beings besides the supreme being. Zoroastrians pick a patron angel for their protection and throughout their lives are careful to observe prayers dedicated to that angel. The Buddhist equivalent of angels is devas or celestial beings. Devas are sometimes considered to be emanations of bodhisattvas or enlightened beings. Different schools of Buddhism have different important devas, as they are often derived from pre-Buddhist cultures and religions and not from Buddhist Philosophy. Confucius and his disciples preferred not to speculate about the existence of the countless beings which in Popular belief animated the spirit world Confucian tradition does not explicitly deny that Super-beings. The believers of these religion sacrifices for angels as they are holy beings. The theories of these religions tell that these beings might be helpful to humans in their life and the hereafter.
Keywords: Angels, Forces of Evil, God, Spirit, Invisible Creations