Namaz timetable for Rawalpindi
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 Rawalpindi , Pakistan — you can check prayer times for your coordinates (33.5983924865723, 73.0441360473633) 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 Rawalpindi, Pakistan for December 2023
|01||5:26 am||6:54 am||11:57 am||3:22 pm||5:00 pm||6:28 pm|
|02||5:26 am||6:54 am||11:57 am||3:22 pm||4:59 pm||6:28 pm|
|03||5:27 am||6:55 am||11:57 am||3:22 pm||4:59 pm||6:28 pm|
|04||5:28 am||6:56 am||11:58 am||3:22 pm||4:59 pm||6:28 pm|
|05||5:29 am||6:57 am||11:58 am||3:22 pm||4:59 pm||6:28 pm|
|06||5:29 am||6:58 am||11:59 am||3:22 pm||4:59 pm||6:28 pm|
|07||5:30 am||6:59 am||11:59 am||3:22 pm||4:59 pm||6:28 pm|
|08||5:31 am||6:59 am||11:59 am||3:22 pm||5:00 pm||6:28 pm|
|09||5:31 am||7:00 am||12:00 pm||3:22 pm||5:00 pm||6:28 pm|
|10||5:32 am||7:01 am||12:00 pm||3:22 pm||5:00 pm||6:29 pm|
|11||5:33 am||7:02 am||12:01 pm||3:22 pm||5:00 pm||6:29 pm|
|12||5:33 am||7:02 am||12:01 pm||3:22 pm||5:00 pm||6:29 pm|
|13||5:34 am||7:03 am||12:02 pm||3:23 pm||5:00 pm||6:29 pm|
|14||5:35 am||7:04 am||12:02 pm||3:23 pm||5:01 pm||6:30 pm|
|15||5:35 am||7:04 am||12:03 pm||3:23 pm||5:01 pm||6:30 pm|
|16||5:36 am||7:05 am||12:03 pm||3:23 pm||5:01 pm||6:30 pm|
|17||5:37 am||7:06 am||12:04 pm||3:24 pm||5:02 pm||6:31 pm|
|18||5:37 am||7:06 am||12:04 pm||3:24 pm||5:02 pm||6:31 pm|
|19||5:38 am||7:07 am||12:05 pm||3:25 pm||5:02 pm||6:32 pm|
|20||5:38 am||7:07 am||12:05 pm||3:25 pm||5:03 pm||6:32 pm|
|21||5:39 am||7:08 am||12:06 pm||3:25 pm||5:03 pm||6:33 pm|
|22||5:39 am||7:08 am||12:06 pm||3:26 pm||5:04 pm||6:33 pm|
|23||5:40 am||7:09 am||12:07 pm||3:26 pm||5:04 pm||6:34 pm|
|24||5:40 am||7:09 am||12:07 pm||3:27 pm||5:05 pm||6:34 pm|
|25||5:41 am||7:10 am||12:08 pm||3:28 pm||5:06 pm||6:35 pm|
|26||5:41 am||7:10 am||12:08 pm||3:28 pm||5:06 pm||6:35 pm|
|27||5:42 am||7:11 am||12:09 pm||3:29 pm||5:07 pm||6:36 pm|
|28||5:42 am||7:11 am||12:09 pm||3:29 pm||5:07 pm||6:36 pm|
|29||5:42 am||7:11 am||12:10 pm||3:30 pm||5:08 pm||6:37 pm|
|30||5:43 am||7:12 am||12:10 pm||3:31 pm||5:09 pm||6:38 pm|
|31||5:43 am||7:12 am||12:11 pm||3:31 pm||5:09 pm||6:38 pm|
About Namaz and Salah Times in Rawalpindi
Islam is the dominant religion in Pakistan and the majority of the population practices it. In Rawalpindi, a city located in the province of Punjab, the Muslim community is deeply rooted, and the city’s mosques are an integral part of its social fabric. Muslim prayer times, known as Namaz, are observed by the faithful throughout the city.
Namaz, or Salat, is one of the Five Pillars of Islam, and is performed five times daily by Muslims. The timings for Namaz vary throughout the day and are based on the position of the sun. The first prayer of the day is Fajr, which is performed before sunrise. The second prayer is Zuhr, which is performed after the sun has passed its zenith. The third prayer is Asr, which is performed in the late afternoon. The fourth prayer is Maghrib, which is performed after sunset. The final prayer of the day is Isha, which is performed at night.
In Rawalpindi, the prayer times for each of these prayers are announced through the loudspeakers of the city’s many mosques. The sound of the call to prayer, known as the Adhan, can be heard throughout the city, and it is a reminder to the faithful to stop what they are doing and prepare for prayer. This daily routine is an important aspect of the lives of Muslims in Rawalpindi, and it is a way to connect with their faith and community.
The mosques in Rawalpindi serve as important community centers, where people come together for prayer, socializing, and other activities. The city has a number of historic mosques, such as the Masjid-e-Shuhada and the Masjid-e-Raja Bazaar, which date back to the Mughal era. These mosques are not only important religious sites, but also architectural treasures that attract tourists from all over the world.
In addition to the traditional mosques, Rawalpindi also has a number of modern mosques that cater to the needs of the city’s growing population. These mosques are equipped with modern facilities, such as air conditioning, sound systems, and digital screens that display the prayer times and other important information.
Overall, Islam and its practices are deeply ingrained in the culture and daily life of Rawalpindi. The city’s mosques and the observance of Namaz are central to the lives of Muslims in the city, serving as a source of spiritual nourishment, community support, and social cohesion.
Frequently Asked Questions about Prayer, Salah and Adhan times
What is the time of Fajr (Dawn) prayer in Rawalpindi today?
What are the Namaz (Prayer, Salah) times in Rawalpindi today?
- Fajr prayer (Dawn): 5:26 am - 6:54 am
- Dhuhr salah (Midday): 11:57 am - 3:22 pm
- Asr namaz (Afternoon): 3:22 pm - 4:59 pm
- Maghrib salah (Sunset): 4:59 pm - 6:28 pm
- Isha prayer (Night): 6:28 pm - 5:26 am
What time does the Adhan (Azan) call start in Rawalpindi today?
- Fajr namaz - 5:26 am
- Dhuhr prayer - 11:57 am
- Asr salah - 3:22 pm
- Maghrib prayer - 4:59 pm
- Isha salah - 6:28 pm