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Prayer Timings

Dubai

Thursday | Feb 09, 2023

FAJR

5:39 AM

SUNRISE

6:54 AM

DHUHR

12:36 PM

ASR

3:46 PM

MAGHRIB

6:12 PM

ISHA

7:27 PM

February Day Hijri Month Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
01 Wednesday 10 Rajab 5:42 AM 6:58 AM 12:35 PM 3:42 PM 6:07 PM 7:23 PM
02 Thursday 11 Rajab 5:42 AM 6:58 AM 12:35 PM 3:43 PM 6:07 PM 7:23 PM
03 Friday 12 Rajab 5:42 AM 6:57 AM 12:35 PM 3:43 PM 6:08 PM 7:24 PM
04 Saturday 13 Rajab 5:41 AM 6:57 AM 12:35 PM 3:44 PM 6:09 PM 7:24 PM
05 Sunday 14 Rajab 5:41 AM 6:56 AM 12:36 PM 3:44 PM 6:10 PM 7:25 PM
06 Monday 15 Rajab 5:40 AM 6:56 AM 12:36 PM 3:45 PM 6:10 PM 7:26 PM
07 Tuesday 16 Rajab 5:40 AM 6:55 AM 12:36 PM 3:45 PM 6:11 PM 7:26 PM
08 Wednesday 17 Rajab 5:39 AM 6:55 AM 12:36 PM 3:46 PM 6:12 PM 7:27 PM
09 Thursday 18 Rajab 5:39 AM 6:54 AM 12:36 PM 3:46 PM 6:12 PM 7:27 PM
10 Friday 19 Rajab 5:38 AM 6:53 AM 12:36 PM 3:47 PM 6:13 PM 7:28 PM
11 Saturday 20 Rajab 5:38 AM 6:53 AM 12:36 PM 3:47 PM 6:14 PM 7:28 PM
12 Sunday 21 Rajab 5:37 AM 6:52 AM 12:36 PM 3:47 PM 6:14 PM 7:29 PM
13 Monday 22 Rajab 5:37 AM 6:51 AM 12:36 PM 3:48 PM 6:15 PM 7:30 PM
14 Tuesday 23 Rajab 5:36 AM 6:51 AM 12:36 PM 3:48 PM 6:16 PM 7:30 PM
15 Wednesday 24 Rajab 5:35 AM 6:50 AM 12:36 PM 3:49 PM 6:16 PM 7:31 PM
16 Thursday 25 Rajab 5:35 AM 6:49 AM 12:36 PM 3:49 PM 6:17 PM 7:31 PM
17 Friday 26 Rajab 5:34 AM 6:48 AM 12:36 PM 3:49 PM 6:17 PM 7:32 PM
18 Saturday 27 Rajab 5:34 AM 6:48 AM 12:36 PM 3:50 PM 6:18 PM 7:32 PM
19 Sunday 28 Rajab 5:33 AM 6:47 AM 12:35 PM 3:50 PM 6:19 PM 7:33 PM
20 Monday 29 Rajab 5:32 AM 6:46 AM 12:35 PM 3:50 PM 6:19 PM 7:33 PM
21 Tuesday 30 Rajab 5:31 AM 6:45 AM 12:35 PM 3:51 PM 6:20 PM 7:34 PM
22 Wednesday 1 Sha'ban 5:31 AM 6:45 AM 12:35 PM 3:50 PM 6:20 PM 7:34 PM
23 Thursday 2 Sha'ban 5:30 AM 6:44 AM 12:35 PM 3:51 PM 6:21 PM 7:35 PM
24 Friday 3 Sha'ban 5:29 AM 6:43 AM 12:35 PM 3:51 PM 6:21 PM 7:35 PM
25 Saturday 4 Sha'ban 5:28 AM 6:42 AM 12:35 PM 3:52 PM 6:22 PM 7:36 PM
26 Sunday 5 Sha'ban 5:27 AM 6:41 AM 12:35 PM 3:52 PM 6:22 PM 7:36 PM
27 Monday 6 Sha'ban 5:27 AM 6:40 AM 12:34 PM 3:52 PM 6:23 PM 7:37 PM
28 Tuesday 7 Sha'ban 5:26 AM 6:39 AM 12:34 PM 3:52 PM 6:24 PM 7:37 PM
  • Prayer is known as Salah by Muslims. In Arabic, Salat means to connect and prayer is about connecting with Allah by taking time out from everything else in the world. For Muslims, this creates a personal peace that you cannot find in the world that can only come from Allah.
  • It is the second of the Five Pillars of Faith it is a Muslim’s duty to pray five times each day. Muslims pray at dawn, midday, late afternoon, just after sunset and again before midnight.
  • Muslims usually pray in the Mosque, but they can pray anywhere. If there is no place to pray a Muslim can just put their prayer mat down facing Kiblah and begin praying. 
  • Muslims always face the Kiblah when they pray and Mosques are built facing Mecca. Everyone facing in one direction helps to create unity and a sense of community and belonging.
  • Ablutions called wudhu must take place before prayer. Footwear is removed and hands, feet and face are washed. Wudhu is a way of preparing for the important act of praying and is about becoming pure before speaking to Allah.
  • The prophet Muhammed taught that prayer is a spiritual cleansing and through daily prayer, Allah wipes away a person’s sins. It also helps Muslims to avoid temptation and evil in their lives.

When are the 5 Times of Prayer?

Salat al-fajr: the dawn or any time before sunrise

Salat al-zuhr: midday, after the sun passes its highest

Salat al-‘asr: the late part of the afternoon

Salat al-maghrib: dusk or just after sunset

Salat al-‘isha: between sunset and midnight