موسیقی کے انسانی جسم اورروح پرمرتب ہونے والے اثرات کااسلامی اورسائنسی تناظرمیں ایک جائزہ

An Overview of the Effects of Music on the Human Body and Soul in an Islamic and Scientific Perspective

Authors

  • Anjan Qazi MPhil Scholar, Department of Islamic Studies, University of Baluchistan Quetta
  • Dr. Jahanzaib Rana Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Studies, Isra University Hyderabad, Sindh.

Keywords:

Music Effects Human Body Addiction brain

Abstract

: The bottom line of this whole debate is that music in English is sung in Arabic, while in Urdu it is sung in Urdu, which is actually a Greek word, later adapted from Arabic, it is a specific form of art in which sound and silence are It is arranged that it produces a melody, while today's scholars and mujtahids have stated that the popular understanding of music is that the sound which is commonly considered to be singing, in popular forms of music, folk music, classical music, Semi-classical and pop music are included and the religious forms of music include Samaa and Qawwali. Islamic teachings and scientific experiments have shown that music is not the food of both the human body and the soul, but affects both of them to a great extent. Music is the first attack on the intelligent, which causes the common man to become emotionally angry and quarrelsome. The situation changes, in the same way music causes adultery through sexual excitement, in the same way music makes a person addicted to drugs, because according to the hadith, music, intoxication and adultery are three angles of a triangle that are necessary to each other. It is also known from the hadiths that music is a tent of hypocrisy

 

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Published

27-06-2022

How to Cite

Qazi, Anjan, and Dr. Jahanzaib Rana. 2022. “موسیقی کے انسانی جسم اورروح پرمرتب ہونے والے اثرات کااسلامی اورسائنسی تناظرمیں ایک جائزہ: An Overview of the Effects of Music on the Human Body and Soul in an Islamic and Scientific Perspective”. Journal of Quranic and Social Studies 2 (1):55-70. http://jqss.org/index.php/JQSS/article/view/50.