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Assalamu Alaikum, JazaakAllahu Khairan Akhi, Nice informative and necessary addition to the Forum Threads, an Asset, Alhamdulillah.

 

Sis. umAhmad.

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JazaakAllahu Khair and thank you so much, brother-in-Islam for sharing this :)

 

Do keep sharing your Islamic knowledge, brother-in-Islam from Egypt, May Allah guide us all to all that pleases Allah and may Allah make us among those who will be near Him (Allah) and the Messenger Muhammad (SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam) in Jannah/Heaven. Ameen.

 

wasalaam

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Very nice post and tool to help any muslim be on time for prayer. Just as prayer one should also take some time and invest it into Reading the Quran before or after prayer time and read the Quran with Tajweed and Translation. 

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We pray that Allah protects all of you and increases His bounties upon you. We also pray that Allah accepts your efforts and makes it a means of guidance for the whole Muslim Ummah.

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The digital features of the Prayer Times Mobile apps

 can provide the prayer time’s details of the whole year. 90% of the world's Muslims do not speak Arabic and so this application has created ease for those traveling around the world and countering problems to acquire the right time of prayers.

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The prayer(Salat) times are:

1- Time for Fajr (dawn) prayer:

From the appearance of the true dawn - the whiteness (white light) that appears from the direction of the east - until when the sun rises.

2- Time for Dhur (noon) prayer:

From when the sun moves away from the meridian (post meridiem) until when the shadow of an object is up to its length, (i.e. this shadow is) after the first shadow cast by the sun before it changes direction away from the meridian. This is because every object casts its shadow towards the west and this diminishes continuously as the sun rises. Eventually the shadow seizes to diminish and thereafter starts to increase in length (elongate). The time when this elongation starts marks the midday (meridiem).

3- Time for ‘Asr prayer:

From the end of the time of Dhur prayer until when the shadow of an object doubles its height (length), (i.e. this shadow is) after the first shadow cast by the sun before it changes direction away from the meridian.

4- Time for Maghrib (sunset) prayer:

From the sunset until when the red glow disappears. The red glow is the red light which appears at the horizon during the course of the sun setting.

5- Time for ‘Isha prayer:

From the end of Maghrib’s time until the middle of the night, since the Prophet ﷺ said: “…the time of Salat ul-‘Isha extends to the middle of the night.” [ Source: Muslim.]

However, in this day and age the prayer times can be known easily through the use of prayer calendars.

source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/conditions-of-the-validity-of-salat

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here is a Prayer Times web page that provides you Prayer Timings of thousands of cities around the globe.
Updated Correct Time of prayer of All Regions of the world.
Date wise and Month wise Timing of prayer has been added.

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The following table shows: the morning Fajr prayer, which time is closest to the beginning of nautical sunset, the noon prayer Zuhr, Asr afternoon, evening Maghrib prayer times , as well as the night Isha prayers. You can select the time range for salah prayer times in the provided fields. 

Edited by Afzalsheikh

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