Difference Between Idol and Hero
‘Heroes’ and ‘Idol’ are the two words that are sometimes used in the same context. We call a person a hero, if this person has done a heroic action or has done something good for society. A person is primarily credited with the title “hero” for his good works.
A hero is someone who has achieved something extraordinary or a person who has done something exceptional for the community. The title of the hero is awarded to those who have shown exceptional courage and are admired for achievements and noble qualities.
Idol is a name given to a deity, a god. Idols find their place in temples where they are worshipped.
“Hero” is a word which originally was considered a demi-god in Greece. Later ther term was used to denote people who showed courage and willingness to sacrifice their lives in times of danger and adversity. “Hero” is a term that originally referred to military prowess.
“Hero” is a word created from the Greek “heroes”, meaning “warrior, protector, right or justify.” It is also equal to Hera, a goddess, known as the guardian of marriage.
1 “Hero” is related to a person for their courage, nobility and outstanding achievements.
2 “Hero” is given to those who show exceptional heroism and are admired for their noble qualities and achievements..
3.. “Idol” was the name given to a deity, a god.
4 “Hero” is a term that originally referred to military prowess.
5 “Hero” is a word created from the Greek “heroes”, meaning “warrior or a protector of rights.