Prayer Timings In Islamabad

Living far from mosques in big cities like Islamabad might become difficult sometimes because you don’t have easy access to a mosque. To overcome this problem, we are providing you with accurate prayer timings in Islamabad here. So you can offer Namaz at their fixed times. 

Today, 22 May 2024, Islamabad prayer times are Fajr Time 03:24 AM, Dhuhr (Zuhr) Time 12:05 PM, Asr Time 03:48 PM, Maghrib Time 07:07 PM & Isha Time 08:46 PM. These timings are based on the Islamic date of Dhū al-Qaʿdah 14, 1445. Moreover, the prayer timings for the next 30 days are also provided here for your ease.

Today Islamabad Prayer Times

Fajr 03:24 AM
Sunrise 05:03 AM
Dhuhr (Zuhr) 12:05 PM
Asr 03:48 PM
Maghrib 07:07 PM
Isha 08:46 PM

Prayer Time Of Whole Month

Day Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
Wed, 1 03:47 AM 05:19 AM 12:05 PM 03:46 PM 06:51 PM 08:23 PM
Thu, 2 03:46 AM 05:18 AM 12:05 PM 03:46 PM 06:52 PM 08:24 PM
Fri, 3 03:45 AM 05:17 AM 12:05 PM 03:46 PM 06:53 PM 08:25 PM
Sat, 4 03:43 AM 05:16 AM 12:05 PM 03:46 PM 06:54 PM 08:27 PM
Sun, 5 03:42 AM 05:15 AM 12:05 PM 03:46 PM 06:54 PM 08:28 PM
Mon, 6 03:41 AM 05:14 AM 12:04 PM 03:47 PM 06:55 PM 08:29 PM
Tue, 7 03:40 AM 05:13 AM 12:04 PM 03:47 PM 06:56 PM 08:30 PM
Wed, 8 03:38 AM 05:13 AM 12:04 PM 03:47 PM 06:57 PM 08:31 PM
Thu, 9 03:37 AM 05:12 AM 12:04 PM 03:47 PM 06:57 PM 08:32 PM
Fri, 10 03:36 AM 05:11 AM 12:04 PM 03:47 PM 06:58 PM 08:33 PM
Sat, 11 03:35 AM 05:10 AM 12:04 PM 03:47 PM 06:59 PM 08:34 PM
Sun, 12 03:34 AM 05:09 AM 12:04 PM 03:47 PM 07:00 PM 08:35 PM
Mon, 13 03:33 AM 05:08 AM 12:04 PM 03:47 PM 07:00 PM 08:36 PM
Tue, 14 03:32 AM 05:08 AM 12:04 PM 03:47 PM 07:01 PM 08:37 PM
Wed, 15 03:31 AM 05:07 AM 12:04 PM 03:47 PM 07:02 PM 08:38 PM
Thu, 16 03:30 AM 05:06 AM 12:04 PM 03:47 PM 07:03 PM 08:39 PM
Fri, 17 03:29 AM 05:06 AM 12:04 PM 03:48 PM 07:03 PM 08:41 PM
Sat, 18 03:28 AM 05:05 AM 12:04 PM 03:48 PM 07:04 PM 08:42 PM
Sun, 19 03:27 AM 05:04 AM 12:04 PM 03:48 PM 07:05 PM 08:43 PM
Mon, 20 03:26 AM 05:04 AM 12:04 PM 03:48 PM 07:05 PM 08:44 PM
Tue, 21 03:25 AM 05:03 AM 12:05 PM 03:48 PM 07:06 PM 08:45 PM
Wed, 22 03:24 AM 05:03 AM 12:05 PM 03:48 PM 07:07 PM 08:46 PM
Thu, 23 03:23 AM 05:02 AM 12:05 PM 03:48 PM 07:08 PM 08:47 PM
Fri, 24 03:22 AM 05:02 AM 12:05 PM 03:48 PM 07:08 PM 08:48 PM
Sat, 25 03:22 AM 05:01 AM 12:05 PM 03:49 PM 07:09 PM 08:49 PM
Sun, 26 03:21 AM 05:01 AM 12:05 PM 03:49 PM 07:10 PM 08:50 PM
Mon, 27 03:20 AM 05:00 AM 12:05 PM 03:49 PM 07:10 PM 08:50 PM
Tue, 28 03:19 AM 05:00 AM 12:05 PM 03:49 PM 07:11 PM 08:51 PM
Wed, 29 03:19 AM 04:59 AM 12:05 PM 03:49 PM 07:12 PM 08:52 PM
Thu, 30 03:18 AM 04:59 AM 12:05 PM 03:49 PM 07:12 PM 08:53 PM
Fri, 31 03:18 AM 04:59 AM 12:06 PM 03:50 PM 07:13 PM 08:54 PM

* All Timings are Beginning Times

Pakistan Prayer Times (Top Cities)

Islamabad

Islamabad the City of Islam(“Islam” means “religion Islam” and “bad” means “city”) has been the capital of Pakistan since 1960. The current population of this city is about 1.23 million, which makes it the 9th largest city in Pakistan. The number of people here is increasing at a rate of 2.5% per year.

Islamabad has high living standards and is dominated by middle and upper-middle-class people. It is a city with beautiful places and also the safest city. Moreover, the world’s fifth largest mosque, Faisal mosque, is present in this city. This masjid was built with the help of the late Saudi king Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and a Turkish architect designed it. 

Among the different sectors in Islamabad are the administrative, diplomatic, residential, institutional, and industrial sectors. Other beautiful places in Islamabad are Margalla Hill National Park and the Shakarparian. Many visitors used to come to this city because of its beauty.

Sounds Informative, Isn’t it;

Famous Mosques In Islamabad

About 95% population in Islamabad comprises Muslims, due to which several mosques are present here. Some of them are

  • Shah Faisal Masjid
  • PAF main mosque
  • Lal Masjid, Islamabad
  • Masjid Al-Shams Madina
  • Salman bin Abdulaziz Mosque
  • Jamia Masjid Ilyas
  • Jamia Masjid Al-Rehman

Due to the large area of Islamabad (220kmsq.) a difference of one of two minutes is observed in its nearby area. But the Fajr Salaat timing, Dhuhur Salaat timing, Asr Salaat timing, Maghrib Salaat timing, and Isha Salaat timing provided here are made in such a way to assist the people in all the sectors of Islamabad. 

Importance Of Prayers (Namaz)

All Muslims must offer Prayers (Namaz) at their appointed times. You must arrange a time for Namaz despite your busy schedule.

Verse About The Importance Of Namaz

وَاَنۡ اَقِيۡمُوا الصَّلٰوةَ وَ اتَّقُوۡهُ​ ؕ وَهُوَ الَّذِىۡۤ اِلَيۡهِ تُحۡشَرُوۡنَ‏

and to establish Prayer, and to have fear of Him. It is to Him that all of you shall be gathered.”(6:72)

Hadith About The Importance Of Namaz

قَالَ رَسُولُ اللٌّهِ (ص): مَوْضِعُ الصَّلاَةِ مِنَ الدِّينِ كَمَوضِعِ الرَّأْسِ مِنَ الْجَسَدِ

The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: 

The position of prayers with respect to religion is similar to that of the head with respect to the body.” (Kanzul `Ummal, Volume 7, Tradition 18972)

Juristic Methods For Asr Prayer

There are two juristic methods for Asr Prayer.

Hanafi Method

According to Hanafi schools, Asr time starts when the length of some object’s shadow becomes double its original size.

Shafi’i, Maliki, Ja’fari, and Hanbali Method

According to these schools, Asr time starts when the size of some object shadow becomes equal to its original length.

Why Us?

We aim to provide you with the most exact prayer timings in Islamabad on this page so you can access them easily. Globally, different universities and institutions contribute to calculating these prayer timings.

Furthermore, the namaz times available here are updated regularly to confirm their precision. So, bookmark this page on your laptops, tablets, and mobiles if you live in Islamabad.

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

These institutions confirm that you will get the exact namaz times in every city and country. You can get the ending times of Namaz listed below. 

FAQs

1. What is Fajr time in Islamabad?

Fajr time in Islamabad starts at 03:24 AM and ends at sunrise at 05:03 AM. Fajr has total of 4 rakats: 2 sunnah and 2 Farz.

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

Dhuhr (Zuhr) time in Islamabad starts at 12:05 PM and ends at 03:48 PM just before Asr. It has 12 rakats: 4 Sunnah, 4 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 Nafl.

3. What is Asr time in Islamabad?

Asr time in Islamabad starts at 03:48 PM and ends at 07:07 PM. Asr has a total of 8 rakats: 4 Sunnah and 4 Nafl.

4. What is Maghrib time in Islamabad?

Maghrib time in Islamabad starts at 07:07 PM and ends at 08:46 PM. Maghrib has a total of 7 rakats: 3 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 Nafl.

5. What is Isha time in Islamabad?

Isha time in Islamabad starts at 08:46 PM and ends at 12:05 AM. Isha has total of 17 rakats: 4 Sunnah, 4 Fard, 2 Sunnah, 2 Nafl, 3 Witr, and 2 Nafl.

Conclusion

You can find current and future prayer timings in Islamabad on this page. All of your problems will get solved when you offer prayers at their times. Moreover, the blessings of Allah Almighty will shower on you like heavy raindrops.

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

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