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Adhan (Arabic: أَذَان, also variously transliterated as athan, adhane (in French), ajan/ajaan, azan/azaan (in South Asia), adzan (in Southeast Asia), and ezan (in the Balkans and Turkey), among other languages, is the Islamic call to public prayer (salah) in a mosque recited by a muezzin at prescribed times of the day.

Adhan is the Islamic call to prayer, which is proclaimed by the muezzin, a servant of the mosque chosen for good character, as he stands at the door or side of a small mosque or in the minaret of a large one

The adhan is recited five times a day to announce the time for the daily prayers. The standard adhan can be translated as: “Allāh is most great. I testify that there is no god but Allāh. I testify that Muhammad is the messenger of Allāh. Come to prayer. Come to success. Allāh is most great. There is no god but Allāh”

The adhan is an exclusively vocal call to prayer, usually recited by a highly specialized Muslim man, called muezzin and appointed by a mosque with the aim of signaling to all the people that the time to pray has arrived

The adhan is an important aspect of Islamic worship and is considered a symbol of the Islamic faith.

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