Let us take some time to ponder on this fact, that in the Azaan of one day, there are seventy seven words, and in the Iqaamah of one day there are 85 words. If the Sawaab for the women was so great then imagine it being doubled for the men. Then think that this is for one day, what is the Sawaab of that person whose daily practice this is. Subhan-Allah!
DU'A AFTER THE AZAAN: "Allahuma Rabba Haazihi Da'watit Tamati Was Salaatil Qaa'imati Aati Sayyidina Muhammadinil Wasilata Wal Fadilata Wad Darajatar Rafi'ata Wab Athoo Maqaamam Mahmoodanil Lazi Wa ad'tahu War zukna Shafa'atuhu Yaumal Qiyaamati. Inaka La Tukhli ful Mi'aad." "O Lord of this beautiful Azaan and the Salaah which will follow, give our Master Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam's) Wasila and greatness and a very high station. And let him reach the Plain of Mahmood of which You have promised him and let us receive his Intercession on the Day of Qiyamah. Without doubt, You never go against Your Promise."
During an uncontrollable fire. Insha-Allah, the fire will be quickly extinguished. Azaan can be given in the ears of a person to remove fear and sadness. At the birth of a child, Azaan should be given in the right ear and Iqaamah in the left ear. Azaan can be given at the grave-side to give Sukoon (tranquillity) to the deceased. Give Azaan to cure somebody who is affected by Jinnaat or Shaitaan. During the time of storm. To ask for rain during drought, or to stop a heavy storm.
When lost in a forest, by giving Azaan, someone will show you your way. Giving Azaan in your business or residence, will increase Barakah (blessings).