Namaz Times In Karachi – Today Prayer Timings In Karachi

Do you also want to know the Namaz times in Karachi? So you can offer namaz at their definite times. You don’t have to worry because we provide the exact Karachi prayer times on this page. This will help you offer prayers at specific times without being late.

Today, 25 Jun 2024, Karachi prayer times are Fajr Time 04:15 AM, Dhuhr (Zuhr) Time 12:34 PM, Asr Time 03:56 PM, Maghrib Time 07:25 PM & Isha Time 08:54 PM. These timings are based on the Islamic date of Dhū al-Ḥijjah 18, 1445. Moreover, the prayer timings for the next 30 days are also provided here for your ease.

Today Karachi Prayer Times

Fajr 04:15 AM
Sunrise 05:44 AM
Dhuhr (Zuhr) 12:34 PM
Asr 03:56 PM
Maghrib 07:25 PM
Isha 08:54 PM

Prayer Time Of Whole Month

Day Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
Sat, 1 04:14 AM 05:42 AM 12:30 PM 03:52 PM 07:17 PM 08:45 PM
Sun, 2 04:14 AM 05:42 AM 12:30 PM 03:52 PM 07:18 PM 08:46 PM
Mon, 3 04:14 AM 05:42 AM 12:30 PM 03:52 PM 07:18 PM 08:46 PM
Tue, 4 04:13 AM 05:42 AM 12:30 PM 03:52 PM 07:19 PM 08:47 PM
Wed, 5 04:13 AM 05:42 AM 12:30 PM 03:53 PM 07:19 PM 08:47 PM
Thu, 6 04:13 AM 05:41 AM 12:30 PM 03:53 PM 07:19 PM 08:48 PM
Fri, 7 04:13 AM 05:41 AM 12:31 PM 03:53 PM 07:20 PM 08:48 PM
Sat, 8 04:13 AM 05:41 AM 12:31 PM 03:53 PM 07:20 PM 08:49 PM
Sun, 9 04:13 AM 05:41 AM 12:31 PM 03:53 PM 07:21 PM 08:49 PM
Mon, 10 04:13 AM 05:41 AM 12:31 PM 03:53 PM 07:21 PM 08:50 PM
Tue, 11 04:13 AM 05:41 AM 12:31 PM 03:53 PM 07:21 PM 08:50 PM
Wed, 12 04:13 AM 05:42 AM 12:32 PM 03:53 PM 07:22 PM 08:51 PM
Thu, 13 04:13 AM 05:42 AM 12:32 PM 03:54 PM 07:22 PM 08:51 PM
Fri, 14 04:13 AM 05:42 AM 12:32 PM 03:54 PM 07:22 PM 08:51 PM
Sat, 15 04:13 AM 05:42 AM 12:32 PM 03:54 PM 07:23 PM 08:52 PM
Sun, 16 04:13 AM 05:42 AM 12:32 PM 03:54 PM 07:23 PM 08:52 PM
Mon, 17 04:13 AM 05:42 AM 12:33 PM 03:54 PM 07:23 PM 08:52 PM
Tue, 18 04:13 AM 05:42 AM 12:33 PM 03:55 PM 07:24 PM 08:53 PM
Wed, 19 04:13 AM 05:42 AM 12:33 PM 03:55 PM 07:24 PM 08:53 PM
Thu, 20 04:13 AM 05:43 AM 12:33 PM 03:55 PM 07:24 PM 08:53 PM
Fri, 21 04:14 AM 05:43 AM 12:34 PM 03:55 PM 07:24 PM 08:53 PM
Sat, 22 04:14 AM 05:43 AM 12:34 PM 03:55 PM 07:24 PM 08:54 PM
Sun, 23 04:14 AM 05:43 AM 12:34 PM 03:56 PM 07:25 PM 08:54 PM
Mon, 24 04:14 AM 05:44 AM 12:34 PM 03:56 PM 07:25 PM 08:54 PM
Tue, 25 04:15 AM 05:44 AM 12:34 PM 03:56 PM 07:25 PM 08:54 PM
Wed, 26 04:15 AM 05:44 AM 12:35 PM 03:57 PM 07:25 PM 08:54 PM
Thu, 27 04:15 AM 05:44 AM 12:35 PM 03:57 PM 07:25 PM 08:54 PM
Fri, 28 04:16 AM 05:45 AM 12:35 PM 03:57 PM 07:25 PM 08:54 PM
Sat, 29 04:16 AM 05:45 AM 12:35 PM 03:57 PM 07:25 PM 08:54 PM
Sun, 30 04:17 AM 05:45 AM 12:35 PM 03:58 PM 07:25 PM 08:54 PM

* All Timings are Beginning Times

Pakistan Prayer Times (Top Cities)

Karachi

Karachi -The City Of Lights – has a population of over 16.8 million, making it Pakistan’s most populous and largest city. The population of this city is increasing at the rate of 2.2% to 2.3% per year. It is also the 12th most populous city in the world.

In addition to being Pakistan’s premier industrial and financial center, Karachi served as its capital between 1947 and 1958. The founder of Pakistan Quaid-e- Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, was born and died in Karachi. The two famous ports, the Port of Karachi and Qasim Port are also present in Karachi, where Pakistan does most of its trading with other countries.

Karachi is the most significant business and tourism hub due to its buildings and beautiful shores. Moreover, it is essential to Pakistan’s economy as this city pays about 25% of taxes. Clifton beach and Mazare Quaid are the most famous places in Karachi, while Bun Kabab, Gol Gappay, and Nali Biryani of Karachi have a worldwide reputation.

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Famous Mosques In Karachi

About 96.4% of Karachi’s population comprises Muslims, due to which there are many mosques for the ease of Muslims. According to some researchers, over 3000 mosques are present in Karachi. Some of the famous ones are listed below,

  • Masjid-e-Tooba
  • Grand Jama Masjid
  • Shah Jahan Masjid
  • New Memon Masjid
  • Masjid Wazir Khan
  • Allahabad Grand Mosque
  • Grand Jamia Masjid Bahria Town
  • Masjid Wazir Khan

Due to the large area of Karachi (3780kmsq.), a difference of 1 or 2 minutes in prayer timings is observed in its shrubs and nearby areas. But the salah timings available here are made in such a way as to assist all the people in Karachi. No matter wherever you live in this city.

Moreover, daily Fajr (Fajar) timing in Karachi, Dhuhur (Zuhr) time, Asr time in Karachi, Maghrib Karachi Namaz timing & Isha Karachi prayer times are provided here.

Importance Of Prayers (Salah)

All adult Muslims must offer prayers at specific times. From the five pillars of Islam, Namaz is called the second pillar, and Allah Almighty has strict orders for those who don’t offer namaz. So, try your best to pray salah at their specific times.

Verses About the Importance Of Prayers

وَاَقِيۡمُوا الصَّلٰوةَ وَاٰتُوا الزَّكٰوةَ وَارۡكَعُوۡا مَعَ الرّٰكِعِيۡنَ‏ 

Establish Prayer and dispense Zakah (the Purifying Alms) and bow in worship with those who bow.”(Surah Baqarah 2:43).

Moreover, Allah Almighty has said whenever you are worried, seek help from namaz. As it is said in Holy Quran,

وَاسۡتَعِيۡنُوۡا بِالصَّبۡرِ وَالصَّلٰوةِ ​ؕ وَاِنَّهَا لَكَبِيۡرَةٌ اِلَّا عَلَى الۡخٰشِعِيۡنَۙ‏ 

 “And resort to patience and Prayer for help. Truly Prayer is burdensome for all except the devout,”(2:45).

How Are Prayer Times Calculated?

This is the question asked by many Muslims how prayer times are calculated? So, now we are providing you with its answer. Complex mathematical equations are used to calculate these timings.

Fajr Time: Fajr time starts when the light in the sky begins to spread horizontally. I.e. when the sky begins to lighten.

Zuhr Time: Zuhr time starts when the Sun is at its peak.

Asr Time: There are two main concepts about Asr prayer. According to Fiqa Hanafi, Asr time begins when the length of some object shadow becomes double the length of the original object.

While According to Fiqa Shafi’i, Maliki, Ja’fari, and Hanbali, Asr time starts at noon when shadow length equals the actual object length.

Maghrib Time: Maghrib time begins when the Sun sets in the west.

Isha Time: Isha time starts when the light has gone from the sky, and its time remains until the white light of the next morning.

Why Us?

The Karachi namaz times available here are updated regularly to confirm their precision. These timings are updated regularly according to the University of Islamic Sciences, Karachi, Fiqa Hanafi (Sunni) calculation. 

Karachi Prayer Time Calculation Methods

The institutions and universities which calculate prayer times are as follows

  • University of Islamic Sciences, Karachi
  • Umm al-Qura, Makkah
  • Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)
  • Muslim World League (MWL)
  • Institute of Geophysics, University of Tehran

These institutions confirm that you will get the exact Prayer times in every city and country. You can also get the ending of Fajr time Karachi, Zuhr namaz timing Karachi, today Asr time Karachi, Maghrib time Karachi, and Isha time Karachi from below for your ease.

FAQs

1. What is Fajr time in Karachi?

Fajr time in Karachi starts at 04:15 AM and ends at sunrise at 05:44 AM. Fajr has total of 4 rakats: 2 sunnah and 2 Farz.

2. What is Dhuhr (Zuhr) time in Karachi?

Dhuhr (Zuhr) time in Karachi starts at 12:34 PM and ends at 03:56 PM just before Asr. It has 12 rakats: 4 Sunnah, 4 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 Nafl.

3. What is Asr time in Karachi?

Asr time in Karachi starts at 03:56 PM and ends at 07:25 PM. Asr has a total of 8 rakats: 4 Sunnah and 4 Nafl.

4. What is Maghrib time in Karachi?

Maghrib time in Karachi starts at 07:25 PM and ends at 08:54 PM. Maghrib has a total of 7 rakats: 3 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 Nafl.

5. What is Isha time in Karachi?

Isha time in Karachi starts at 08:54 PM and ends at 12:34 AM. Isha has total of 17 rakats: 4 Sunnah, 4 Fard, 2 Sunnah, 2 Nafl, 3 Witr, and 2 Nafl.

Conclusion

We have provided you with the exact Namaz times in Karachi for your ease. Now, it’s up to offer Salah at their fixed times. All the problems will get solved when you bow your head towards Allah, and Allah’s blessings will shower on you.

Offer prayers five times a day, and remember us in your duas!

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