Monday, June 28, 2010

Muslims do NOT glorify or refer to King Akbar in adhan

MISCONCEPTION: When muslims say – “Allah-u-akbar” then they are referring to Mughal Emperor King Akbar.
REALITY: King Akbar has nothing to do with words “Allah-u-akbar”. “Allah-u-akbar” is made up of two words – Allah and Akbar. “Allah” is an Arabic word, it means “Almighty GOD” and “akbar” means “The greatest”. Hence “Allah-u-akbar” means Almighty God the greatest in English or in Sanskrit Ishwar Mahaprabhu. Many times, because of language difference we get wrong picture or wrong understanding.

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