Today Islamabad Prayer Time

Jun 14, 2024, Today Islamabad Prayer time are Fajr at 3:13 AM, Zuhr at 12:08 PM, Asr at 5:08 PM, Maghrib at 7:19 PM, and Isha at 9:03 PM. These prayers (Auqat us Salah) timings in Lahore are determined by the Islamic date of 7 Dhulhijja 1445. Also find Azan, Nawafil, Tahajjud and Namaz (Salat) timings for the entire Muslim community like Jafria (Shia), Sunni, Shafi & Fiqa Hanafi. Stay informed about the prayer timings for all five daily Namaz in Islamabad over the next 7 days.

Today's Islamabad Prayer Times

Fajar Sunrise Dhuhur Asr Maghrib Isha
3:13 AM 4:57 AM 12:08 PM 5:08 PM 7:19 PM 9:03 PM

Prayer Time in Islamabad - Next 7 Days

Date Fajar Sunrise Dhuhur Asr Maghrib Isha
Jun 14 3:13 AM 4:57 AM 12:08 PM 5:08 PM 7:19 PM 9:03 PM
Jun 15 3:13 AM 4:57 AM 12:08 PM 5:09 PM 7:20 PM 9:04 PM
Jun 16 3:13 AM 4:57 AM 12:09 PM 5:09 PM 7:20 PM 9:04 PM
Jun 17 3:13 AM 4:57 AM 12:09 PM 5:09 PM 7:20 PM 9:04 PM
Jun 18 3:13 AM 4:57 AM 12:09 PM 5:09 PM 7:21 PM 9:05 PM
Jun 19 3:14 AM 4:57 AM 12:09 PM 5:10 PM 7:21 PM 9:05 PM
Jun 20 3:14 AM 4:58 AM 12:09 PM 5:10 PM 7:21 PM 9:05 PM

* All Timings are Beginning Times

Calculation Methods Juristic Methods Latitude /  Longitude
University of Islamic Sciences, Karachi Hanafi 33.69 / 73.0551

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Today Prayer Times in Islamabad, Pakistan

Today, June 13, 2024, the prayer times in Islamabad are as follows: Fajr at 3:13 AM, Zuhr at 12:08 PM, Asr at 5:08 PM, Maghrib at 7:19 PM & Isha at 9:03 PM. It is obligatory for Muslims to perform Namaz (Salah) five times a day, and it is equally important to be aware of their respective timings.

The Fajr time Islamabad marks the beginning of the day's spiritual observance, while the precise start and end timings for Namaz throughout the day provide a structured framework for the devout. The Fajr prayer window concludes as the sun rises, allowing believers to commence their day with a sense of spiritual fulfillment. As the day progresses, the Zuhr prayer's end time in Islamabad approaches, offering a midday pause for reflection and connection. You can also find Fiqa Hanafi prayer time in Islamabad, Shafi prayer time and Fiqa Jafria Shia prayer times in Islamabad.

Stay on top of your daily prayer routine with the prayer time Islamabad schedule, which includes the azan and salat schedule, as well as a 7-day time table. The Fajr, Dhuhur, Asr, Maghrib, Isha namaz timings and shia Namaz timing Islamabad are available with customizable prayer time calculation methods to help you calculate the proper time for your prayer.

For today, which is 7 Dhulhijja 1445, you can find the Islamabad prayer time along with the next 7 days' schedule from 13 Jun. 2024 to 20 Jun. 2024. Stay informed of the start and end time details for the Islamabad zawal time updates as well.

In addition to the prayer times, you can also check the Iftar time in Islamabad, which is at 7:19 PM for today, and the end of Sehri time in Islamabad, which is at 3:13 AM. You can also find the Sehri and Iftar time for Fiqa Hanafi (sunni) or Fiqa Jafria (shia) in Islamabad with all of this information readily available, you can easily stay on track with your daily prayer routine and observe your religious obligations.

The exact namaz time in Islamabad is determined by local Islamic authorities, who use various methods to calculate the timings. These methods include the use of astronomical charts, mathematical calculations, and other scientific methods. The prayer times in Islamabad are announced in local mosques and are also available online.

It is important for Muslims in Islamabad to observe the prescribed namazs timings, as prayer is considered one of the fundamental pillars of Islam. In addition to the five daily prayers, Muslims in Islamabad also observe the Jummah prayer, which is offered every Friday afternoon and along with that Nawafil namaz such as Tahajjud, Ishraq, Chasht and Awwabin. Islamic prayer times shows you the correct times to Fajr, Zuhur, Asr, Maghrib Isha Namaz timing as well as Tahajjud, Ishraq, Chasht and Awwabin Namaz time.

Maghrib time Islamabad signifies the moment when Muslims break their fast during Ramadan, enjoying the evening prayer and the iftar meal. It's a sacred and joyous time for the Muslim community in the capital city.

On this website, you can easily find Asr prayer timings and Maghrib time in Islamabad using different juristic methods. Asr prayer timings may differ based on whether you follow the Hanafi or Shafii fiqh schools. However, you have the freedom to choose your preferred method by adjusting the settings. Simply select either the Hanafi or Shafii method to match your personal or religious preferences. This website offers both options to determine Maghrib and Asr prayer timings, ensuring you can observe your prayers accurately.

Famous Mosques in Islamabad:

Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan, boasts a stunning collection of mosques, each reflecting its unique place in the city's cultural and religious landscape. Here are some of the most famous mosques in Islamabad, each offering a captivating experience:

  • Faisal Mosque
  • Shah Faisal Masjid
  • Rawalpindi Markazi Jamia Masjid
  • Golra Sharif Shrine and Mosque
  • Masjid-e-Shuhada
  • Bahria Town Grand Mosque
  • Lal Masjid
  • Aiwan-e-Tawheed Mosque

What are the Prayer times in Islamabad today?

Prayer Time in Islamabad for Thursday 13 Jun 2024 are:

  • ● Fajr Time in Islamabad : 3:13 AM
  • ● Zuhr Time in Islamabad: 12:08 PM
  • ● Asr Time in Islamabad: 5:08 PM
  • ● Maghrib Time in Islamabad: 7:19 PM
  • ● Isha Time in Islamabad: 9:03 PM

Islamabad Azan Time Today

Here are (call to prayer) Azan times in Islamabad for Friday, June 14, 2024:

  • ● Fajr Azan Time in Islamabad : 3:13 AM
  • ● Zuhr Azan Time in Islamabad: 12:08 PM
  • ● Asr Azan Time in Islamabad: 5:08 PM
  • ● Maghrib Azan Time in Islamabad: 7:19 PM
  • ● Isha Azan Time in Islamabad: 9:03 PM

Ishraq Time in Islamabad Today:

Today June 14, 2024 Ishraq Namaz Time in Islamabad is start from 05:12 AM to 11:16 AM. Ishraq time in Islamabad today is the beautiful moment when the sun rises, filling the city with its warm and radiant light. Many people, especially Muslims, cherish this time for reflection, gratitude, and finding a fresh burst of energy. It's a peaceful moment often used for optional prayers and quiet contemplation.

Tahajjud time in Islamabad Today:

Tahajjud time in Islamabad today, June 14, 2024, is start from 10:03 PM to 03:12 AM. Tahajjud, a unique night prayer, is observed in the last third of the night, just before the Fajr prayer time Islamabad. While it's not obligatory, it's strongly encouraged by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) for its many benefits like to make closer connection to Allah, Seeking Forgiveness, Supplication and Requests for personal needs, Self-Reflection and more.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What are the prayer (Salah) times in Islamabad today?

Today prayer (salah) times in Islamabad are (Fajr time at 3:13 AM, Dhuhr time at 12:08 PM, Asr time at 5:08 PM, Maghrib time at 7:19 PM, and Isha time at 9:03 PM), it vary based on the position of the sun throughout the day. You can find accurate prayer timings by referring to local mosques, Islamic websites, mobile apps, or printed Islamic calendars.

What is Fajr time in Islamabad?

Fajr time Islamabad on June 14, 2024, is scheduled for 3:13 AM in Fiqa Hanafi and the Fajr Namaz time in Fiqh Jafriya is slightly different.

What is Zuhr time in Islamabad?

Zuhur time Islamabad on June 14, 2024, marked for 12:08 PM, providing you with a midday pause for prayer and contemplation.

What is Asr time in Islamabad?

Asr time Islamabad on June 14, 2024, arrives at 5:08 PM, inviting you to engage in your faith amidst the day's activities.

What is Maghrib time in Islamabad?

Maghrib time Islamabad on June 14, 2024, set at 7:19 PM in Fiqa Hanafi and in Fiqh Jafriya maghrib time Islamabad namaz starts 10 minutes later.

What is Isha time in Islamabad?

Isha time Islamabad on June 14, 2024, is scheduled for 9:03 PM, isha time Islamabad providing a peaceful opportunity to connect with your spirituality before retiring for the night.

What is the Azan Time in Islamabad?

Today's Azan time in Islamabad are as follows: Fajr at 3:13 AM, Zuhr at 12:08 PM, Asr at 5:08 PM, Maghrib at 7:19 PM, and Isha at 9:03 PM. These azan times are based on the Islamic Date of 7 Dhulhijja 1445.

What is the time of Zawal in Islamabad?

On Jun 14, 2024 (7 Dhulhijja 1445), Zawal Time in Islamabad starts at 11:16 AM and ends at 12:08 PM today.

What is the time for Tahajjud prayer in Islamabad?

Today, Tahajjud time starts at 22:03:00 and ends at 03:08:00 in Islamabad. Tahajjud prayer begins after the Isha prayer and when one wakes up from their sleep.

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