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Islamic Prayer Times in New York (NYC), United States

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3:36 am
Fajr
Dawn
Sunrize
Sunrize
5:37 am
Shuruq
Morning
The upcoming prayer is Dhuhr: 22:05
1:02 pm
Dhuhr
Noon
5:01 pm
Asr
Afternoon
Sunset
Sunset
8:26 pm
Maghrib
Evening
10:18 pm
Isha
Night

Namaz timetable for New York City

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 New York City , New York , United States United States — you can check prayer times for your coordinates (40.8504, -73.9369) 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 New York City, United States for July 2024

 
Fajr
Shuruq
Dhuhr
Asr
Maghrib
Isha
Fajr Shuruq Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
01 3:23 am 5:28 am 1:00 pm 5:00 pm 8:31 pm 10:28 pm
02 3:23 am 5:29 am 1:00 pm 5:00 pm 8:31 pm 10:27 pm
03 3:24 am 5:29 am 1:00 pm 5:00 pm 8:31 pm 10:27 pm
04 3:25 am 5:30 am 1:00 pm 5:00 pm 8:31 pm 10:26 pm
05 3:26 am 5:30 am 1:00 pm 5:00 pm 8:30 pm 10:26 pm
06 3:27 am 5:31 am 1:01 pm 5:00 pm 8:30 pm 10:25 pm
07 3:28 am 5:32 am 1:01 pm 5:01 pm 8:30 pm 10:24 pm
08 3:29 am 5:32 am 1:01 pm 5:01 pm 8:29 pm 10:23 pm
09 3:30 am 5:33 am 1:01 pm 5:01 pm 8:29 pm 10:23 pm
10 3:31 am 5:34 am 1:01 pm 5:01 pm 8:28 pm 10:22 pm
11 3:33 am 5:34 am 1:01 pm 5:01 pm 8:28 pm 10:21 pm
12 3:34 am 5:35 am 1:02 pm 5:01 pm 8:27 pm 10:20 pm
13 3:35 am 5:36 am 1:02 pm 5:01 pm 8:27 pm 10:19 pm
14 3:36 am 5:37 am 1:02 pm 5:01 pm 8:26 pm 10:18 pm
15 3:38 am 5:38 am 1:02 pm 5:00 pm 8:26 pm 10:17 pm
16 3:39 am 5:38 am 1:02 pm 5:00 pm 8:25 pm 10:16 pm
17 3:40 am 5:39 am 1:02 pm 5:00 pm 8:24 pm 10:15 pm
18 3:42 am 5:40 am 1:02 pm 5:00 pm 8:24 pm 10:14 pm
19 3:43 am 5:41 am 1:02 pm 5:00 pm 8:23 pm 10:12 pm
20 3:44 am 5:42 am 1:02 pm 5:00 pm 8:22 pm 10:11 pm
21 3:46 am 5:43 am 1:02 pm 5:00 pm 8:22 pm 10:10 pm
22 3:47 am 5:43 am 1:02 pm 5:00 pm 8:21 pm 10:09 pm
23 3:49 am 5:44 am 1:02 pm 4:59 pm 8:20 pm 10:07 pm
24 3:50 am 5:45 am 1:02 pm 4:59 pm 8:19 pm 10:06 pm
25 3:52 am 5:46 am 1:02 pm 4:59 pm 8:18 pm 10:04 pm
26 3:53 am 5:47 am 1:02 pm 4:59 pm 8:17 pm 10:03 pm
27 3:55 am 5:48 am 1:02 pm 4:58 pm 8:16 pm 10:02 pm
28 3:56 am 5:49 am 1:02 pm 4:58 pm 8:15 pm 10:00 pm
29 3:57 am 5:50 am 1:02 pm 4:58 pm 8:14 pm 9:59 pm
30 3:59 am 5:51 am 1:02 pm 4:57 pm 8:13 pm 9:57 pm
31 4:00 am 5:52 am 1:02 pm 4:57 pm 8:12 pm 9:55 pm

Muslim prayer times in New York today, Dawn (Fajr), Sabihun-Duha (Morning), Dhuhr (Noon), Al-Asr (Afternoon), Maghrib (Sunset, Ivening), Isha (Night). Get Islamic prayer time at your current in New York. Salah, the offering of prayers, is the second of the five Pillars of Islam. This is a spiritual, mental, and physical ritual of worship enacted at set times throughout the day. Salah (Salat, namaz) is an opportunity to come before God, confess sins, and receive forgiveness and mercy from Him.

Namaz time New York City (NYC)

Islamic Prayer Times NYC (New York City, USA)

Namaz, or prayer, is the cornerstone of Islamic worship and is considered one of the most important acts of devotion in the Islamic faith. As a result, Muslim communities across the world have built mosques, or Masjids, to provide a space for Muslims to come together and pray.

All faithful Muslims perform prayer more five times each day:

  • at dawn (namaz, salah al fajr),
  • midday (al-zuhr, noon),
  • afternoon (al-asr, asal),
  • after sunset (Evening, Maghrib, Ghurub),
  • al-Isha (Night).

The Prophet (ﷺ) likened these prayers to washing in a stream five times in a day to purify oneself of sin. Modifying or postponing these salats is permitted only under extenuating circumstances such as sickness or war.

About Salah and Namaz in New York

Islamic prayer times, also known as Salat or Namaz, are an important aspect of daily life for Muslims. These prayers are performed five times a day, at specific times determined by the position of the sun. In the United States, particularly in the diverse city of New York, Muslims have access to a variety of resources to help them perform their prayers and connect with their faith.

The five daily prayers are Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha. Fajr is performed before dawn, Dhuhr is performed at noon, Asr is performed in the mid-afternoon, Maghrib is performed at sunset, and Isha is performed after nightfall. In addition to these daily prayers, Muslims also have the option to perform additional voluntary prayers at various times throughout the day.

In New York, Muslims have access to a variety of resources to help them perform their prayers. Mosques, also known as Masjids, are located throughout the city and offer a space for Muslims to pray in congregation. Many mosques also offer classes and religious programs to help Muslims learn more about their faith. In addition, there are several mobile applications and websites that provide prayer times and other resources for Muslims.

Despite the challenges that Muslims face in the United States, such as discrimination and Islamophobia, the Muslim community in New York remains strong and resilient. Muslims in New York come from a variety of ethnic and cultural backgrounds, making the community diverse and vibrant. The city has also been the site of many important Muslim-led initiatives, such as the development of halal food options and the establishment of Muslim cultural centers.

Overall, Islamic prayer times and the practice of Namaz are an important part of Muslim life. In New York, Muslims have access to a variety of resources to help them perform their prayers and connect with their faith, despite the challenges they may face. The Muslim community in New York is diverse and resilient, and continues to play an important role in the city’s cultural landscape.

Prayer timetable in New York City

Salah time for the city of New York (United States) – Prayer schedule with monthly calendar namaz.

The timing of prayers is as significant as the call to prayer itself. To receive the favor and blessing of Allah, is it necessary to expend total effort in offering all the salahs every day at the proper time. Here are the Islamic prayer times for New York City to help NYC residents maintain their faithfulness to Allah in observing the salats.

New York City Muslim Mosques

1. Islamic Cultural Center of New York

  • 1711 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10029, United States
  • Phone: +1 212-722-5234
  • Phone: +1 212-828-2424

2. Masjid Al-Farooq

  • 245 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013, United States
  • Phone: +1 212-334-4662

3. Masjid Manhattan

  • 30 Cliff St, New York, NY 10038, United States
  • Phone: +1 212-732-1062

4. Masjid At-Taqwa

  • 1266 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11216, United States
  • Phone: +1 718-467-7198

5. Masjid Al-Hikmah

  • 48-01 31st Ave, Astoria, NY 11103, United States
  • Phone: +1 718-777-3090

Prayer Times in New York Prayer Times in New York

Halal Food in New York

Addresses and phone numbers of halal food restaurants.

Fatima’s Halal Kitchen:

  • 25-25 Broadway, Queens, NY 11106
  • +1-718-278-0080

Halal Chilli Chicken:

  • 75-18 37th Avenue, Jackson Heights, NY 11372
  • + 1-718-426-6888

Cedars Halal Meat:

  • 41-08 30th Avenue, Astoria, NY 11103
  • + 1-718-606-1244

Video – Adhan in New York

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Frequently Asked Questions about Prayer, Salah and Adhan times

What is the time of Fajr (Dawn) prayer in New York City today?

The Fajr Salah in New York City today starts at 3:36 am and ends at 5:37 am.

What are the Namaz (Prayer, Salah) times in New York City today?

  • Fajr prayer (Dawn): 3:36 am - 5:37 am
  • Dhuhr salah (Midday): 1:02 pm - 5:01 pm
  • Asr namaz (Afternoon): 5:01 pm - 8:26 pm
  • Maghrib salah (Sunset): 8:26 pm - 10:18 pm
  • Isha prayer (Night): 10:18 pm - 3:36 am

What time does the Adhan (Azan) call start in New York City today?

  • Fajr namaz - 3:36 am
  • Dhuhr prayer - 1:02 pm
  • Asr salah - 5:01 pm
  • Maghrib prayer - 8:26 pm
  • Isha salah - 10:18 pm

When Dhuhr (Noon) time starts in New York City today?

The Dhuhr Prayer in New York City today starts at 1:02 pm

What are the timings of Asr salah in New York City today?

The Asr namaz today starts at 5:01 pm and lasts until 8:26 pm

What time in New York City do the Maghrib starts and ends?

Maghrib salah starts at 8:26 pm and goes out at 10:18 pm

When I can pray Isha (Night) namaz in New York City today:

In New York City the Isha Azan will call at 10:18 pm and the allotted time for Isha prayer will expire at 3:36 am

Qibla Direction for New York City, United States

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