Namaz timetable for Dhaka
If you want to perform prayers at the right time, this page will help you with that. You will find out when it is the appropriate Salah time in Dhaka , Bangladesh — you can check prayer times for your coordinates (23.8103313446045, 90.4125213623047) while on the go. The exact time is calculated based on the position of the Sun in the sky. You can easily change your location using the search bar above.
Prayer Time schedule for Dhaka, Bangladesh for December 2023
|01||5:04 am||6:24 am||11:47 am||2:50 pm||5:11 pm||6:30 pm|
|02||5:04 am||6:24 am||11:48 am||2:50 pm||5:11 pm||6:31 pm|
|03||5:05 am||6:25 am||11:48 am||2:50 pm||5:11 pm||6:31 pm|
|04||5:06 am||6:26 am||11:48 am||2:50 pm||5:11 pm||6:31 pm|
|05||5:06 am||6:26 am||11:49 am||2:51 pm||5:11 pm||6:31 pm|
|06||5:07 am||6:27 am||11:49 am||2:51 pm||5:11 pm||6:31 pm|
|07||5:07 am||6:28 am||11:50 am||2:51 pm||5:11 pm||6:32 pm|
|08||5:08 am||6:28 am||11:50 am||2:51 pm||5:12 pm||6:32 pm|
|09||5:09 am||6:29 am||11:50 am||2:52 pm||5:12 pm||6:32 pm|
|10||5:09 am||6:30 am||11:51 am||2:52 pm||5:12 pm||6:33 pm|
|11||5:10 am||6:30 am||11:51 am||2:52 pm||5:12 pm||6:33 pm|
|12||5:10 am||6:31 am||11:52 am||2:52 pm||5:13 pm||6:33 pm|
|13||5:11 am||6:32 am||11:52 am||2:53 pm||5:13 pm||6:34 pm|
|14||5:11 am||6:32 am||11:53 am||2:53 pm||5:13 pm||6:34 pm|
|15||5:12 am||6:33 am||11:53 am||2:54 pm||5:14 pm||6:34 pm|
|16||5:13 am||6:33 am||11:54 am||2:54 pm||5:14 pm||6:35 pm|
|17||5:13 am||6:34 am||11:54 am||2:54 pm||5:14 pm||6:35 pm|
|18||5:14 am||6:34 am||11:55 am||2:55 pm||5:15 pm||6:36 pm|
|19||5:14 am||6:35 am||11:55 am||2:55 pm||5:15 pm||6:36 pm|
|20||5:15 am||6:36 am||11:56 am||2:56 pm||5:16 pm||6:37 pm|
|21||5:15 am||6:36 am||11:56 am||2:56 pm||5:16 pm||6:37 pm|
|22||5:16 am||6:37 am||11:57 am||2:57 pm||5:17 pm||6:38 pm|
|23||5:16 am||6:37 am||11:57 am||2:57 pm||5:17 pm||6:38 pm|
|24||5:17 am||6:38 am||11:58 am||2:58 pm||5:18 pm||6:39 pm|
|25||5:17 am||6:38 am||11:58 am||2:58 pm||5:18 pm||6:39 pm|
|26||5:18 am||6:38 am||11:59 am||2:59 pm||5:19 pm||6:40 pm|
|27||5:18 am||6:39 am||11:59 am||2:59 pm||5:19 pm||6:40 pm|
|28||5:19 am||6:39 am||12:00 pm||3:00 pm||5:20 pm||6:41 pm|
|29||5:19 am||6:40 am||12:00 pm||3:00 pm||5:21 pm||6:41 pm|
|30||5:19 am||6:40 am||12:01 pm||3:01 pm||5:21 pm||6:42 pm|
|31||5:20 am||6:40 am||12:01 pm||3:02 pm||5:22 pm||6:42 pm|
About Namaz and Prayer Times in Dhaka
Islamic prayer times, also known as Salah, is an important aspect of the daily life of Muslims in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Namaz, as it is called in the local language, is performed five times a day, and it is obligatory for all adult Muslims to pray at the prescribed times. Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, is home to a large Muslim population, and one can see people praying in mosques, on the streets, or even in their homes at the designated times.
The five prayer times in Islam are Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha. The Fajr prayer is performed before sunrise, Dhuhr prayer is performed after the sun reaches its zenith, Asr prayer is performed in the late afternoon, Maghrib prayer is performed at sunset, and Isha prayer is performed after dark. Each prayer time has a specific number of Rakats or units of prayer that are required to be recited by Muslims.
In Dhaka, there are numerous mosques where Muslims gather to pray. The most well-known mosque in the city is the Baitul Mukarram National Mosque, which is also the largest mosque in Bangladesh. It can accommodate over 30,000 worshippers at a time. Other popular mosques in the city include the Dhaka Central Mosque, the Star Mosque, and the Hussaini Dalan Mosque.
Muslims in Dhaka take their prayer times seriously, and it is a common sight to see people stopping their daily activities to pray. Even in busy markets or shopping areas, there are designated spaces for prayer where people can stop and pray. Many people also carry prayer mats with them, so they can pray anywhere they need to.
Apart from the five daily prayers, Friday prayers are also an important part of the Muslim community in Dhaka. Friday prayers are mandatory for men, and they are usually offered in mosques. It is a time for Muslims to come together, listen to a sermon and pray as a community.
In addition to praying, Muslims in Dhaka observe the month of Ramadan, where they fast from sunrise to sunset. It is a time of reflection, prayer, and charity, where Muslims give back to the community and help those in need. Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan, and it is a time of celebration and feasting for Muslims in Dhaka.
In conclusion, Islamic prayer times, Namaz, and Muslims in Dhaka, Bangladesh are an integral part of the city’s culture. Muslims in Dhaka take their faith seriously and prioritize their daily prayers, as well as other religious obligations. With numerous mosques and prayer spaces available, Muslims in Dhaka have a strong sense of community and belonging.
Frequently Asked Questions about Prayer, Salah and Adhan times
What is the time of Fajr (Dawn) prayer in Dhaka today?
What are the Namaz (Prayer, Salah) times in Dhaka today?
- Fajr prayer (Dawn): 5:04 am - 6:24 am
- Dhuhr salah (Midday): 11:48 am - 2:50 pm
- Asr namaz (Afternoon): 2:50 pm - 5:11 pm
- Maghrib salah (Sunset): 5:11 pm - 6:31 pm
- Isha prayer (Night): 6:31 pm - 5:04 am
What time does the Adhan (Azan) call start in Dhaka today?
- Fajr namaz - 5:04 am
- Dhuhr prayer - 11:48 am
- Asr salah - 2:50 pm
- Maghrib prayer - 5:11 pm
- Isha salah - 6:31 pm