The athan (or Adhan) is a special Islamic call to salah (prayer). A mu’athin calls athan from the minaret of a mosque to announce every prayer and worship event. According to Islamic custom, the athan is also the first thing that a newborn baby should hear. You can say the words in English, Arabic, or any other language that is meaningful to you.
Prayers in Islam are 5 times a day. Those times vary, so does that athan for them.
Since I am Muslim, I have created an athan “clock” that calls the athan 5 times a day. I use a Raspberry Pi and a speaker connected to it to play the athan sound.
I called it a “system” because it does more than just playing the sound at certain times. Here are all the functionalities it does: Continue reading Athan System with raspberry Pi