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Praying five times daily is a cherished duty for all Muslims, serving as a powerful means to foster a deep connection with Allah (SWT) – This regular act of devotion unites Muslims from every corner of the globe in facing the sacred city of Makkah.

Prayer offers a unique opportunity for direct communication with Allah, especially during the sujood position—the humble prostration before our Creator. 

It is in this posture that Muslims are encouraged to make heartfelt supplications, pouring out their hopes, fears, and aspirations.

Be watchful over the Prayers, and over praying with the utmost excellence, and stand before Allah as would utterly obedient servants.

Surah Al-Baqarah, verse 238

Our Prayer Timetable provides you with precise timings for Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha prayers, and serves as a reliable resource to keep you updated on the time for each prayer. 

During Ramadan, you can rely on our timetable for Taraweeh prayers which starts right after Isha time. You may also use it for Tahajjud, a deeply blessed and spiritually enriching act of devotion that reflects the sincerity of one's faith and the desire for a closer relationship with Allah, by using the Fajr start time and setting your alarm clock 30 minutes earlier, or even earlier, according to your preference to catch the last third of the night, a special time for invoking prayers and seeking closeness to Allah.

Additionally, with the inclusion of Iftar and Suhoor (Sehri/Forta Bala) times, our timetable ensures you can observe Ramadan with ease insha’allah.


1. What are the five daily prayers?

The five daily prayers, also known as Salah/Namaz (prayer), are Fajr (pre-dawn), Dhuhr/zuhr (midday), Asr (afternoon), Maghrib (sunset), and Isha (night). It is obligatory to perform these prayers every day during the prescribed times.

2. What are the timings for each of the five daily prayers?

The timings for the five daily prayers vary based on geographical location and daylight hours. While Fajr (pre-dawn) and Isha (night) prayers have fixed starting times, Dhuhr/Xuhr (midday), Asr (afternoon), and Maghrib (sunset) prayers may shift slightly..

3. How many Rakats are prayed for each of the five daily prayers?

The number of Rakats varies for each prayer: Fajr has 2 Rakats, Dhuhr/Zuhr has 4, Asr has 4, Maghrib has 3, and Isha has 4. Each Rakat involves a sequence of standing, bowing, prostration, and sitting, forming the structure of the prayer.

4. Can I combine or make up missed prayers?

While combining prayers is discouraged, missed prayers can be made up by performing them later. It's essential to maintain the regularity of prayers but also seek forgiveness for any unintentional lapses.

5. How many Rakats are in Tahajjud prayers?

Tahajjud prayers are recommended during the last third of the night and can consist of any number of Rakats. While there is no fixed quantity, it is often performed in sets of 2, 4, 6, 8, or more Rakats, depending on individual preference and capacity for devotion.

6. What are Fardh, Wajib, Sunnah, and Nafal Rakats?

• Fardh: These are obligatory prayers required in Islam. Missing them without a valid reason is not allowed. They form the core of daily worship and include the five daily prayers.

• Wajib: While necessary, Wajib prayers are less binding than Fardh. They are important and carry significance but are not as strictly mandated.

• Sunnah: These prayers are recommended and were regularly practised by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). While not obligatory, performing them regularly brings additional spiritual rewards.

• Nafal: Voluntary prayers that are not obligatory or necessary but offer an opportunity for additional spiritual growth. Muslims can choose to perform these prayers to seek closeness to Allah.

7. What is the Qibla?

The Qibla is the direction faced during prayers, always pointing toward the Kaaba in Mecca. It symbolises the unity of Muslims worldwide in their worship and serves as a focal point for collective spiritual connection. The Qibla direction in the UK is generally towards the southeast, Alternatively, you can use apps and tools like Qibla Finder to easily determine the Qibla direction for your specific location.

8. How to find prayer times in different cities?

Adjusting prayer timings in different time zones is made simple with our Prayer Timetables. Whether you're in London or any other city in the United Kingdom, our timetables provide accurate and location-specific prayer schedules.

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