What is difference between nirvana(no soul--a buddhism concept) and moksha(hinduism concept)?

Nirvana means ending life cycles and soul liberated but that soul will not exist any more. So if we attain nirvana and die,we wont exist in any form to enjoy nirvana even.... Where as moksha is soul liberating from birth cycles and existing eternally and enjoying liberation. Nirvana is buddism... show more Nirvana means ending life cycles and soul liberated but that soul will not exist any more. So if we attain nirvana and die,we wont exist in any form to enjoy nirvana even....



Where as moksha is soul liberating from birth cycles and existing eternally and enjoying liberation.



Nirvana is buddism concept and according to it,even soul will not last for ever. Does that mean that a soul that attained moksha will also have to disappear according to its concept of 'absolute zero'?



This is what i think,please correct me if iam wrong and share your views!
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