Namaz timetable for Karachi
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 Karachi , Pakistan — you can check prayer times for your coordinates (24.8614616394043, 67.0099411010742) 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 Karachi, Pakistan for December 2023
|01||5:39 am||6:59 am||12:21 pm||4:06 pm||5:42 pm||7:03 pm|
|02||5:39 am||7:00 am||12:21 pm||4:06 pm||5:42 pm||7:03 pm|
|03||5:40 am||7:01 am||12:22 pm||4:06 pm||5:42 pm||7:03 pm|
|04||5:41 am||7:01 am||12:22 pm||4:06 pm||5:42 pm||7:03 pm|
|05||5:41 am||7:02 am||12:22 pm||4:07 pm||5:43 pm||7:03 pm|
|06||5:42 am||7:03 am||12:23 pm||4:07 pm||5:43 pm||7:04 pm|
|07||5:42 am||7:03 am||12:23 pm||4:07 pm||5:43 pm||7:04 pm|
|08||5:43 am||7:04 am||12:24 pm||4:07 pm||5:43 pm||7:04 pm|
|09||5:44 am||7:05 am||12:24 pm||4:07 pm||5:43 pm||7:04 pm|
|10||5:44 am||7:05 am||12:25 pm||4:08 pm||5:44 pm||7:05 pm|
|11||5:45 am||7:06 am||12:25 pm||4:08 pm||5:44 pm||7:05 pm|
|12||5:45 am||7:07 am||12:25 pm||4:08 pm||5:44 pm||7:05 pm|
|13||5:46 am||7:07 am||12:26 pm||4:08 pm||5:44 pm||7:06 pm|
|14||5:47 am||7:08 am||12:26 pm||4:09 pm||5:45 pm||7:06 pm|
|15||5:47 am||7:09 am||12:27 pm||4:09 pm||5:45 pm||7:06 pm|
|16||5:48 am||7:09 am||12:27 pm||4:09 pm||5:45 pm||7:07 pm|
|17||5:48 am||7:10 am||12:28 pm||4:10 pm||5:46 pm||7:07 pm|
|18||5:49 am||7:10 am||12:28 pm||4:10 pm||5:46 pm||7:08 pm|
|19||5:49 am||7:11 am||12:29 pm||4:11 pm||5:47 pm||7:08 pm|
|20||5:50 am||7:11 am||12:29 pm||4:11 pm||5:47 pm||7:09 pm|
|21||5:50 am||7:12 am||12:30 pm||4:12 pm||5:48 pm||7:09 pm|
|22||5:51 am||7:12 am||12:30 pm||4:12 pm||5:48 pm||7:10 pm|
|23||5:51 am||7:13 am||12:31 pm||4:13 pm||5:49 pm||7:10 pm|
|24||5:52 am||7:13 am||12:31 pm||4:13 pm||5:49 pm||7:11 pm|
|25||5:52 am||7:14 am||12:32 pm||4:14 pm||5:50 pm||7:11 pm|
|26||5:53 am||7:14 am||12:32 pm||4:14 pm||5:50 pm||7:12 pm|
|27||5:53 am||7:15 am||12:33 pm||4:15 pm||5:51 pm||7:12 pm|
|28||5:54 am||7:15 am||12:33 pm||4:15 pm||5:51 pm||7:13 pm|
|29||5:54 am||7:15 am||12:34 pm||4:16 pm||5:52 pm||7:13 pm|
|30||5:54 am||7:16 am||12:34 pm||4:17 pm||5:53 pm||7:14 pm|
|31||5:55 am||7:16 am||12:35 pm||4:17 pm||5:53 pm||7:15 pm|
About Salah Times and Namaz in Karachi
Islamic prayer times, also known as Namaz, are an integral part of the daily routine for Muslims in Karachi, Pakistan. As one of the largest cities in the world, Karachi has a significant Muslim population, and prayer is a way to connect with God and seek His blessings.
Muslims in Karachi follow the five daily prayers – Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha – which are determined by the position of the sun. The timings of these prayers change throughout the year due to the shift in daylight hours. Muslims believe that it is essential to pray on time and follow the Quran and Sunnah.
The call to prayer, also known as Adhan, is broadcasted from the mosques throughout the city. The Adhan is a melodious and powerful reminder for Muslims to stop their daily activities and come together for prayer. It is a beautiful and humbling experience for both locals and visitors.
In Karachi, Muslims have access to mosques in every neighborhood, making it easy to pray and fulfill their religious obligations. Mosques are not only a place of worship, but they also serve as centers for community gatherings and social events. Muslims gather in mosques to learn about Islam, discuss current issues, and share their joys and sorrows.
During Friday prayers, Muslims in Karachi attend the Jummah prayer, which is a congregational prayer. The Jummah prayer is an opportunity to listen to a sermon delivered by the Imam, who talks about Islamic teachings and provides guidance on how to lead a righteous life.
Muslims in Karachi also observe the month of Ramadan, which is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. During this month, Muslims fast from dawn to dusk, abstaining from food, drink, and other physical needs. This month is a time for introspection, increased prayer, and acts of kindness towards others. Muslims break their fast at sunset by eating dates and drinking water, followed by a full meal.
In conclusion, Islamic prayer times, Namaz, and Muslims in Karachi, Pakistan, are deeply intertwined. Prayer is an essential part of a Muslim’s life and serves as a way to connect with God and seek His blessings. Muslims in Karachi have access to mosques in every neighborhood, making it easy to fulfill their religious obligations. Ramadan is a month of spiritual rejuvenation for Muslims and provides an opportunity for introspection and acts of kindness towards others.
Frequently Asked Questions about Prayer, Salah and Adhan times
What is the time of Fajr (Dawn) prayer in Karachi today?
What are the Namaz (Prayer, Salah) times in Karachi today?
- Fajr prayer (Dawn): 5:39 am - 7:00 am
- Dhuhr salah (Midday): 12:21 pm - 4:06 pm
- Asr namaz (Afternoon): 4:06 pm - 5:42 pm
- Maghrib salah (Sunset): 5:42 pm - 7:03 pm
- Isha prayer (Night): 7:03 pm - 5:39 am
What time does the Adhan (Azan) call start in Karachi today?
- Fajr namaz - 5:39 am
- Dhuhr prayer - 12:21 pm
- Asr salah - 4:06 pm
- Maghrib prayer - 5:42 pm
- Isha salah - 7:03 pm