adhan

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a·dhan

 (ä-thän′)
n.
Variant of azan.

adhan

(ˌaˈðaːn)
n
(Islam) Islam a call to prayer
[changed from Arabic adhān, literally: announcement]
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Muscat: Omani golfers Azaan Al Rumhy and Ali Al Saleh spearhead the local challenge in Oman's Muscat Hills Golf Citizen Championship -- round eight of the 11-stage Mena Golf Tour -- from Monday to Wednesday.
He said that Nizam-e-Salah' would be implemented across the country and there would be uniformity in timings of Azaan and prayers (Namaz).
Azaan Hussain enjoys a book, above, while Leo Taylor plays with sand, left, and Reema |Matar poses for the camera, right
Muscat : Oman's top-ranked golfer Azaan Al Rumhy and Bahrain's Nasser Yacoub both carded an impressive score of 75 each to jointly stay on top of the leaderboard as the prestigious Oman Amateur Open 2015 got underway in style on Friday at the lush green course of the Muscat Hills Golf & Country Club.
BJP president's innovative six- minute break in his speech as soon as " azaan " began earned him plaudits, with remarking, " I don't want Mamata to get an excuse that I not considerate for my Muslim brothers.
Amrita married Ladak, a business man, in 2009 and gave birth to their first son, Azaan, in 2010.
30 PM REAL STEEL (ACTION): 3 PM Now showing SNEHAVEEDU (MALAYALAM) AZAAN (HINDI) ASPIRE LADIES CINEMA KILLER ELITE (ACTION): 4 PM THE LAST GODFATHER (COMEDY): 6.
The Colombian popstar is favourite to sing in new film Azaan.
For example, one telecom company has been putting up televisions advertisements with our top female track star who hears the azaan through her cell phone and wins the race consequently.
The film imperceptibly arises out of the opening sounds of Banerjee's voice reminiscing about his young sister, followed by the distant hooting of horns, the call to prayer or azaan, the cawing of crows - the polyphony of a Mumbai afternoon.
As Narish Kumar, 23, and his spouse Ashai watched, the minister gave Azaan (call to prayer) in their 10 days old child Sahel's right ear.
I WOULD like to add to the comments by Abraham Samuel (GDN August 1) that the GDN has many letter writers who are always replying to anyone writing that the Azaan is too loud or asking why our members of parliament are banning alcohol and so on.