Namaz timetable for Riyadh
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 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia — you can check prayer times for your coordinates (24.7135517, 46.6752957) while on the go. The exact times are calculated basing in the position of the Sun in the sky. You can easily change your location using the search bar above.
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Islam followers know that there are five key pillars to the Muslim faith. Salah is one of them. This is considered, by many, as the most important of the five. When one prays, he acknowledges and declares that he is a follower of the Muslim faith, focusing his attention on worshipping the one and only God. Salah is an Arabic word whose key meaning is that of praying or worshipping. It is each Muslim’s duty to pray five times each day, at the right times.
On that note, it’s highly recommended to check the prayer times for your coordinates. If you’re in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, you should find the label below quite helpful. Use it as a guide to pray along with the other followers of the Muslim faith. Each of the five prayers of the day comes with a purpose. That’s because prayer in itself, is a key value for each Muslim, enabling one to come closer to God, while proceeding with the act of individual inner cleansing, which is what prayer is all about. Men go through trials and problems on a daily basis. This is why it is essential to abide by the established Namaz time.
The moment of the morning prayer – fajr – begins with the imsak (pre-dawn) and it is concluded when the sun rises. Nonetheless, some Hanafis consider that one could also delay it until the sun starts gleaming a bit. On the other hand, Shaffis believe that it is a sign of virtuosity to perform it earlier.
As for the time of the noon (zuhr) prayer, it starts with the zawal – this is the point at which the sun starts moving away from its peak. Moving on to the time of the afternoon prayer (asr), the right time for it is from the end of the noon prayer time to when the sun actually sets.
Furthermore, the evening prayer – namely the maghrib should take place when the specific redness created by the sunset starts disappearing. And lastly, the isha prayer is the night prayer.
The creator prescribes men to follow this prayer schedule in order to establish the right balance between the material and the spiritual world. Only by worshipping God throughout the day can an individual flourish, both internally and externally. This is the reason why praying is a key value for all followers of the Islam faith.