Adhan A Call
Adhan is an Arabic word which is derived from the word “Adhina” which means “to listen, to hear and, be informed about”. There is another derivative meaning of this word is “Udhun” meaning “Ear”. Adhan pronounced as Azan in many countries like; Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan while in Turkey, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Albania and Kosovo. Azon in Uzbekistan while Adhan calls as a Bang in some region of Pakistan, India, Kurdistan and Ace (Indonesia) is the Islamic call to worship, recited by the muezzin (the person who recite Adhan loudly to call people for Salah) from mosque on the prescribed five times a day, customary from the minaret inviting Muslims for Fard (Mandatory) Salah (worship). A second invitation is known as Iqama, (set up) then invites Muslims to line up for the starting of the prayers.
The man motive behind the multiple loud pronouncements of Adhan in each and every mosque is to make available to everyone an easily intelligible synopsis of Islamic belief. It is planned to bring to the mind of every believer and non-believer the material of Islamic Belief, or its non-secular ideology. In modern times, loudspeakers have been put on the minarets for this motive.
The Adhan recites the Takbir (God is Great) accompanied by Shahadah (there is no god but Allah, Muhammad is the messenger of Allah). This statement of faith, spoken Kalma, is the first of the five pillars of Islam. While in total pillars of Islam these are like this, Shahadah, Salah, Roza, Sawm and Hajj 2016 London Service which gives so much rewards to the Muslim if he/she adopt it in daily life.
Muslims invited everywhere at every occasion to the mosque for offering Salah. When we Muslims fast we have to keep it regular to offer Salah because it is our Fard to offer prayers. We also offer salah during the time of Umrah 2016 or on death of anyone or the Eid festivity. Salah is the obligatory on every day whatever Muslims doing.
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