Tahajjud Prayer Times in Mazar for Today, May 28,2023, starts at 09:45 PM and ends at 02:56 AM. In Mazar, Afghanistan, it is now 7 Dhulqaada 1444 (Islamic Date). The prayer times vary daily in Mazar, however, the Nafal prayer timings or Tahajjud times Mazar may remain the same. For your convenience, this page includes the latest updates on Tahajjud time today as well as ishraq time, Chasht time & Awwabin nafl prayer times.
All Muslims are encouraged to participate in the Tahajjud, a special nighttime prayer in Islam, though it is not required. In Mazar and around the globe Tahajjud time starts after after Isha prayer, the nightly prayer that is required, and before Fajr, the voluntary prayer that is regarded as the best (the obligatory Morning Prayer). People living in Mazar will find this page helpful regarding the prayer timing as Islam has guided that the best time to perform the Tahajjud is, if at all possible, between midnight and Fajr, preferably in the final third part of the night. Even though the Tahajjud is optional, many devoted Muslims make an effort to incorporate it into their daily schedules as a form of worship and to obtain Allah's forgiveness and redemption. To assist people in finding the right prayer timing this page is developed that has all the timings mentioned for people who are looking for Tahajjud time in Mazar.
Mazar Tahajjud Time
Today Mazar Tahajjud Time starts at 09:45 PM and ends at 02:56 AM.
Tahajjud prayer begins shortly after midnight and continues until 20 minutes before Fajr. It is preferable to sleep, awaken after midnight, pray Tahajjud, sleep, and then awaken at Fajr.
Mazar Ishraq Time
Today Mazar Ishraq Time starts at 05:06 AM and ends at 08:27 AM.
Ishraq time begins as soon as the sun rises, if only slightly, but time begins. Since Zawal falls between Fajr and sunrise, praying in Ishraq is disliked after Fajr and before the sun rises.
Mazar Chasht Time
Mazar Chasht Time starts at 08:27 AM and ends at 11:23 AM.
Chasht begins when a quarter of the sun has risen and continues until the entire sun has risen and is in the center of the sky.
Mazar Awwabin Time
Mazar Awwabin Time starts at 07:30 PM and ends at 08:30 PM
Salat al-Awwabin is prayed after Maghrib. However, in an authentic hadith, the term salat al-awwabin refers to salat al-duha: the pre-noon prayer.