Rawalpindi Prayer Times

Looking for the accurate Rawalpindi prayer times? Don’t worry because we are here to help you with this. On this page, you will get the exact Namaz times in Rawalpindi. In addition, the finishing times of prayer are also provided.

Today, 25 Jun 2024, Rawalpindi prayer times are Fajr Time 03:15 AM, Dhuhr (Zuhr) Time 12:10 PM, Asr Time 03:55 PM, Maghrib Time 07:22 PM & Isha Time 09:05 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 Rawalpindi Prayer Times

Fajr 03:15 AM
Sunrise 04:59 AM
Dhuhr (Zuhr) 12:10 PM
Asr 03:55 PM
Maghrib 07:22 PM
Isha 09:05 PM

Prayer Time Of Whole Month

Day Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
Sat, 1 03:17 AM 04:58 AM 12:06 PM 03:49 PM 07:13 PM 08:54 PM
Sun, 2 03:17 AM 04:58 AM 12:06 PM 03:50 PM 07:14 PM 08:55 PM
Mon, 3 03:16 AM 04:58 AM 12:06 PM 03:50 PM 07:14 PM 08:56 PM
Tue, 4 03:16 AM 04:58 AM 12:06 PM 03:50 PM 07:15 PM 08:57 PM
Wed, 5 03:16 AM 04:58 AM 12:06 PM 03:50 PM 07:15 PM 08:57 PM
Thu, 6 03:15 AM 04:57 AM 12:06 PM 03:50 PM 07:16 PM 08:58 PM
Fri, 7 03:15 AM 04:57 AM 12:07 PM 03:51 PM 07:16 PM 08:59 PM
Sat, 8 03:15 AM 04:57 AM 12:07 PM 03:51 PM 07:17 PM 08:59 PM
Sun, 9 03:14 AM 04:57 AM 12:07 PM 03:51 PM 07:17 PM 09:00 PM
Mon, 10 03:14 AM 04:57 AM 12:07 PM 03:51 PM 07:18 PM 09:01 PM
Tue, 11 03:14 AM 04:57 AM 12:07 PM 03:51 PM 07:18 PM 09:01 PM
Wed, 12 03:14 AM 04:57 AM 12:08 PM 03:52 PM 07:18 PM 09:02 PM
Thu, 13 03:14 AM 04:57 AM 12:08 PM 03:52 PM 07:19 PM 09:02 PM
Fri, 14 03:14 AM 04:57 AM 12:08 PM 03:52 PM 07:19 PM 09:03 PM
Sat, 15 03:14 AM 04:57 AM 12:08 PM 03:52 PM 07:20 PM 09:03 PM
Sun, 16 03:14 AM 04:57 AM 12:08 PM 03:53 PM 07:20 PM 09:03 PM
Mon, 17 03:14 AM 04:57 AM 12:09 PM 03:53 PM 07:20 PM 09:04 PM
Tue, 18 03:14 AM 04:57 AM 12:09 PM 03:53 PM 07:20 PM 09:04 PM
Wed, 19 03:14 AM 04:58 AM 12:09 PM 03:53 PM 07:21 PM 09:04 PM
Thu, 20 03:14 AM 04:58 AM 12:09 PM 03:54 PM 07:21 PM 09:05 PM
Fri, 21 03:14 AM 04:58 AM 12:10 PM 03:54 PM 07:21 PM 09:05 PM
Sat, 22 03:15 AM 04:58 AM 12:10 PM 03:54 PM 07:21 PM 09:05 PM
Sun, 23 03:15 AM 04:59 AM 12:10 PM 03:54 PM 07:21 PM 09:05 PM
Mon, 24 03:15 AM 04:59 AM 12:10 PM 03:55 PM 07:22 PM 09:05 PM
Tue, 25 03:15 AM 04:59 AM 12:10 PM 03:55 PM 07:22 PM 09:05 PM
Wed, 26 03:16 AM 04:59 AM 12:11 PM 03:55 PM 07:22 PM 09:05 PM
Thu, 27 03:16 AM 05:00 AM 12:11 PM 03:55 PM 07:22 PM 09:05 PM
Fri, 28 03:17 AM 05:00 AM 12:11 PM 03:56 PM 07:22 PM 09:05 PM
Sat, 29 03:17 AM 05:00 AM 12:11 PM 03:56 PM 07:22 PM 09:05 PM
Sun, 30 03:18 AM 05:01 AM 12:11 PM 03:56 PM 07:22 PM 09:05 PM

* All Timings are Beginning Times

Pakistan Prayer Times (Top Cities)

Rawalpindi

Rawalpindi – Village of Rawals – is the fourth largest city in Pakistan, following Karachi, Lahore, and Faislabad. This city is very close to Islamabad (the capital of Pakistan). Due to this reason, these two cities are also referred to as “twin cities“. Ehsaas program office is also in Islamabad, near Rawalpindi.

Rawalpindi has a population of 2.1 million, and about 96-97% are Muslims. Meanwhile, it also remained the capital of Pakistan from 1959 to 1969. 

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Famous Masjids in Rawalpindi

There are not less than 450 masjids in Rawalpindi. Some of them are,

  • Markazi Jamia Masjid
  • Jamia Islamia Masjid
  • Dadan Khan Masjid
  • Quba Masjid
  • Halal Masjid
  • Jamia Masjid Ibad-ur-Rehman

Due to the large surface area of Rawalpindi 5,286 kmsq., a difference of one or two minutes in Namaz timings is observed in its shrubs. Well, this prayer timetable is made in such a way to assist people of almost all the tehsils of Rawalpindi. Now, you can access Awqat-e-Namaz on your smartphones, computers, and tablets without any difficulty with us. Also check Riyadh prayer times with just one tap.

Purpose of Namaz

Namaz is fundamental and considered the second pillar of Islam. In Quran-e-Majid, Allah Almighty ordered 700 times about Namaz. Some of the primary purposes of Namaz are,

  • The main purpose of Namaz is to maintain Muslim faith and devotion towards Allah.
  • Namaz helps to increase taqwa. It helps them to remain obedient to Allah Almighty.
  • There is no circumstance in which Allah’s help cannot be sought through Namaz.
  • It is Allah SWT whose creation we are, so we owe him gratitude and thanks.

Namaz-e-Jumma, also known as the Friday prayer, is particularly important in Islam. This prayer is performed behind Imam at a local mosque. Whenever you offer Fajr, Zuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha namaz with a congregation that Imam leads, Allah Almighty increases the swab (reward) to 27 times.

On this page, you can get daily Fajr (Fajar) timing in Rawalpindi, Dhuhur (Zohar) time, Asr time in Rawalpindi, Maghrib Rawalpindi Namaz timing & Isha Rawalpindi prayer times are available

Importance of Namaz by Quran

Additionally, many verses in the Quran are present, which tell us the importance of Namaz. Some of them are listed below.

اَقِمِ الصَّلٰوةَ لِدُلُوۡكِ الشَّمۡسِ اِلٰى غَسَقِ الَّيۡلِ وَقُرۡاٰنَ الۡـفَجۡرِ​ؕ اِنَّ قُرۡاٰنَ الۡـفَجۡرِ كَانَ مَشۡهُوۡدًا

Establish Prayer from the declining of the sun to the darkness of the night, and hold fast to the recitation of the Qur’an at dawn, for the recitation of the Qur’an at dawn is witnessed.” (Surah Al-Isra 17:78)

Another One,

فَخَلَفَ مِنۡۢ بَعۡدِهِمۡ خَلۡفٌ اَضَاعُوا الصَّلٰوةَ وَاتَّبَعُوا الشَّهَوٰتِ​ فَسَوۡفَ يَلۡقَوۡنَ غَيًّا ۙ‏

“They were succeeded by a people who neglected the Prayers and pursued their lusts. They shall presently meet with their doom…”(Surah Maryam 19:59)

These verses reflected the importance of Namaz. In Islam, no one can leave the Namaz. A person can only leave it if he is unconscious. If one is ill enough that he can’t be able to stand to offer Namaz, he can offer it while seated. If he cannot even sit, he can offer with only indications. But Namaz must be offered in any case.

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FAQs

1. What is Fajr time in Rawalpindi?

Fajr time in Rawalpindi starts at 03:15 AM and ends at sunrise at 04:59 AM. Fajr has total of 4 rakats: 2 sunnah and 2 Farz.

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

Dhuhr (Zuhr) time in Rawalpindi starts at 12:10 PM and ends at 03:55 PM just before Asr. It has 12 rakats: 4 Sunnah, 4 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 Nafl.

3. What is Asr time in Rawalpindi?

Asr time in Rawalpindi starts at 03:55 PM and ends at 07:22 PM. Asr has a total of 8 rakats: 4 Sunnah and 4 Nafl.

4. What is Maghrib time in Rawalpindi?

Maghrib time in Rawalpindi starts at 07:22 PM and ends at 09:05 PM. Maghrib has a total of 7 rakats: 3 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 Nafl.

5. What is Isha time in Rawalpindi?

Isha time in Rawalpindi starts at 09:05 PM and ends at 12:10 AM. Isha has total of 17 rakats: 4 Sunnah, 4 Fard, 2 Sunnah, 2 Nafl, 3 Witr, and 2 Nafl.

Conclusion

You will get accurate Rawalpindi prayer times on this page in the future as well. Now it’s up to you to offer prayers at their specific times. Moreover, Allah’s blessings will shower on you whenever you offer Namaz, like heavy raindrops.

Regularly offer prayers (Namaz) five times a day, and remember us in your Duas!

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