The topic of music and religion (Islam) has been controversial for decades, and this topic has divided society into two parts:
-The first part of society believes that music is haram in Islam.
-And the other part thinks that life has entered a person through music.
Our hero was born in an orphanage, graduated from a music school, not knowing at all who his parents were, why he was in an orphanage and did not speak Tajik.
He moved to Faizabad district, started teaching music lessons in kindergarten and school. Started a family. His wife left for Russia several years ago. Our hero has one daughter, who at the moment is a teacher at the Conservatory in Dushanbe. Now our hero lives alone in Faizabad.
Four years ago, when he turned 70, he had a dream. In the dream he finally saw his parents, they told our hero who they were and how our hero ended up in an orphanage and most importantly, he was told that he was a Muslim and he had to read namaz. Until that moment he had not thought about namaz and Islam.
Since he was 70 years old and learning the long surahs, and even the short surahs, the rules of reading namaz were too difficult to learn... He took advantage of the skill, skill and ability to play musical instruments. He decided to learn the surahs through music. By playing the piano, he learned the necessary surahs for namaz. And since then, he has been reciting namaz and is happy that his profession, on which he has spent his life, has helped him become a better person. Our hero is proud that he did not put his parents' words to the ground and did what was asked of him.