Our friends at the delightful parenting blog, Mamanushka, have produced a playlist of adhan (call to prayer) recordings from around the world, which we are pleased to share here:
Writer Aiysha Malik writes, “I live in a city filled with choirs and churchbells. Harmonies fill the air while we walk through the town and bells ring melodiously from towers on holy days and Sundays – hopeful reminders that sacred connections can still be found and are, indeed, cherished and nurtured. And even more wondrous, whenever my ears catch these tones, my heart is reminded of another sacred sound…”
Read on at Mamanushka.
Resources for seekers on the adhan (call to prayer)
- Is Wudu Necessary to Give the Call to Prayer
- The Adhan: Why We Are Missing Out On Great Benefits
- Fiqh of Adhan and Iqama when Praying Alone
- Does Playing a Recording of the Adhan Fulfill the Sunna?
- Differences Between the Adhan & Iqama
- What To Do After Hearing The Adhan
- The Call to Prayer (Adhan) and Prayer Timings
- Reciting the Adhan in a Melodious Manner
- Is Not Praying in Congregation After Hearing the Adhan Disbelief?
- Kissing the Thumbs, etc. during Adhan?
- Must I Cover My Head When the Adhan is Given?
- How Should One Turn When Giving the Adhan?