Why do we say Adhan in the ears of a newborn? 4 reasons

We have often seen our elderly family members saying Adhan and Iqamah in the ears of a newborn child. Why do they do it? Actually, there are 4 main reasons for that. Recommended: What is the Sunnah method of saying Adhan to a newborn baby?

  1. An indication of being a Muslim

The recitation of Adhan indicates that the child is a Muslim. The Parents of the child uphold that the religion of their child is Islam. The act of giving Adhan in the ears of the child makes sure that the child is called towards Islam.

  1. The child is purified

The Adhan is given to purify the child. The child is purified from the evil of Devil. The devil may have his evil on the newborn, Adhan helps in eradicating the evil of devil from the newborn.

The Zikr of Allah helps keep the devil. The devil is warned that the child born is a Muslim and he shall not follow the path of the devil.

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  1. To please Allah

The Muslim newborn shall hear the Adhan as his initial words as this is considered as a good omen. The Muslim believes that the act will make Allah happy and the child shall grow up being a good Muslim.

  1. This is Adhan and Iqamah of funeral prayers

The recitation of Adhan is an indication that every soul has to die. We give Adhan and iqamah to a newborn child, but when a person dies we only hold a funeral prayer.

This indicates that the Adhan given in the ears is to remind us of death. Every life is perishable, and it is reminded to us through Adhan.  This Adhan indicates that the time span between life and death is similar to the time span between Adhan and salah.

The Adhan has been given in our ears and our funeral prayer will be conducted anytime now. Allah knows the best. May he guide us all to the correct path!

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.