Prayer Times on Islamuna.com
Salah comes from an Arabic term that means ritual prayers. There are five times of prayers in Islam. Salah or Namaz is obligatory in Islam. Salah prayers have a purpose and a function in Islam. There are five prayers including Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha. Every prayer is followed by a Rakat. There are three times of Salah: fard (compulsory), sunnah (tradition), and nafl (voluntary).
There are a few functions while conducting a proper salah prayer. To conduct salah, Muslims need to follow some steps that include qibla direction; following postures and movements; rituals (ablution).
Apart from these, salah timings are also important which helps Muslims to keep track of their prayers. Prayer times are regarded and taken from the sun's movement. Muslims must take care of proper Namaz timings.
Prayer timings are also followed for special prayers like Friday prayer and the Eid prayers that are followed by a sermon. Find the Payer times today of any country in the world with their cities.
Payer times today are according to the namaz schedule. The prayer timings schedule is automatic and can easily update daily. Islamuna app can easily be downloaded and logged in that has a timetable for prayers and other Islamic activities.
Every city or country has its prayer times that often differ from the other regions. These timings can easily be followed with the Islamuna app.
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