Dubai Prayer Times will be beneficial for those living in Dubai or traveling to Dubai first time. So, read till the end.
Dubai Prayer Times will allow you to offer your prayer on time. However, we strongly advise you to consult your local mosque and follow the directions for appropriate Namaz timings.
Prayer Times Dubai is mentioned here for your timely prayers. It is recommended to inquire about the precise Prayer Timings from your local mosque.
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Nov 20, 2023 Today Dubai prayer times are:
- Fajr Time 5:18 AM
- Dhuhr Time 12:07 AM
- Asr Time 3:09 PM
- Maghrib Time 5:33 PM
- Isha Time 6:50 PM
The prayer times are based on the Islamic Date of 06 Jumada Al-Awwal 1445.
We recommend following the Namaz Time after consulting your nearest mosque. Don’t just rely on these timings.
Read More: Quetta Prayer Times
The coming Days Dubai Prayer Times are as follows:
|1||Wednesday||17||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:08 AM||6:23 AM||12:05 PM||3:15 PM||5:42 PM||6:57 PM|
|2||Thursday||18||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:08 AM||6:23 AM||12:05 PM||3:15 PM||5:41 PM||6:56 PM|
|3||Friday||19||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:09 AM||6:24 AM||12:05 PM||3:15 PM||5:40 PM||6:56 PM|
|4||Saturday||20||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:09 AM||6:25 AM||12:05 PM||3:14 PM||5:40 PM||6:55 PM|
|5||Sunday||21||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:10 AM||6:25 AM||12:05 PM||3:14 PM||5:39 PM||6:55 PM|
|6||Monday||22||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:10 AM||6:26 AM||12:05 PM||3:13 PM||5:39 PM||6:54 PM|
|7||Tuesday||23||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:11 AM||6:26 AM||12:05 PM||3:13 PM||5:38 PM||6:54 PM|
|8||Wednesday||24||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:11 AM||6:27 AM||12:05 PM||3:13 PM||5:38 PM||6:53 PM|
|9||Thursday||25||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:12 AM||6:28 AM||12:05 PM||3:12 PM||5:37 PM||6:53 PM|
|10||Friday||26||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:13 AM||6:28 AM||12:06 PM||3:12 PM||5:37 PM||6:52 PM|
|11||Saturday||27||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:13 AM||6:29 AM||12:06 PM||3:12 PM||5:36 PM||6:52 PM|
|12||Sunday||28||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:14 AM||6:30 AM||12:06 PM||3:11 PM||5:36 PM||6:52 PM|
|13||Monday||29||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:14 AM||6:30 AM||12:06 PM||3:11 PM||5:35 PM||6:52 PM|
|14||Tuesday||30||Rabi Al-Aakhir||5:15 AM||6:31 AM||12:06 PM||3:11 PM||5:35 PM||6:51 PM|
|15||Wednesday||1||Jumada Al-Uola||5:15 AM||6:32 AM||12:06 PM||3:10 PM||5:35 PM||6:51 PM|
|16||Thursday||2||Jumada Al-Uola||5:16 AM||6:32 AM||12:06 PM||3:10 PM||5:34 PM||6:51 PM|
|17||Friday||3||Jumada Al-Uola||5:17 AM||6:33 AM||12:07 PM||3:10 PM||5:34 PM||6:51 PM|
|18||Saturday||4||Jumada Al-Uola||5:17 AM||6:34 AM||12:07 PM||3:10 PM||5:34 PM||6:50 PM|
|19||Sunday||5||Jumada Al-Uola||5:18 AM||6:35 AM||12:07 PM||3:10 PM||5:33 PM||6:50 PM|
|20||Monday||6||Jumada Al-Uola||5:18 AM||6:35 AM||12:07 PM||3:09 PM||5:33 PM||6:50 PM|
|21||Tuesday||7||Jumada Al-Uola||5:19 AM||6:36 AM||12:08 PM||3:09 PM||5:33 PM||6:50 PM|
|22||Wednesday||8||Jumada Al-Uola||5:20 AM||6:37 AM||12:08 PM||3:09 PM||5:33 PM||6:50 PM|
|23||Thursday||9||Jumada Al-Uola||5:20 AM||6:37 AM||12:08 PM||3:09 PM||5:32 PM||6:50 PM|
|24||Friday||10||Jumada Al-Uola||5:21 AM||6:38 AM||12:08 PM||3:09 PM||5:32 PM||6:50 PM|
|25||Saturday||11||Jumada Al-Uola||5:21 AM||6:39 AM||12:09 PM||3:09 PM||5:32 PM||6:50 PM|
|26||Sunday||12||Jumada Al-Uola||5:22 AM||6:40 AM||12:09 PM||3:09 PM||5:32 PM||6:50 PM|
|27||Monday||13||Jumada Al-Uola||5:23 AM||6:40 AM||12:09 PM||3:09 PM||5:32 PM||6:50 PM|
|28||Tuesday||14||Jumada Al-Uola||5:23 AM||6:41 AM||12:10 PM||3:09 PM||5:32 PM||6:50 PM|
|29||Wednesday||15||Jumada Al-Uola||5:24 AM||6:42 AM||12:10 PM||3:09 PM||5:32 PM||6:50 PM|
|30||Thursday||16||Jumada Al-Uola||5:24 AM||6:42 AM||12:10 PM||3:09 PM||5:32 PM||6:50 PM|
The act of Salah, also known as Namaz, holds profound significance in Islam, constituting one of the religion’s five pillars. These pillars encompass core beliefs and practices, with Salah requiring Muslims to perform prayers five times daily, each corresponding to the sun’s movement:
- Fajr: Dawn, before sunrise
- Dhuhr: Midday, after the sun’s zenith
- Asr: Late afternoon
- Maghrib: Immediately after sunset
- Isha: Between sunset and midnight
While Muslims have the flexibility to pray anywhere, congregational prayers often take place in a masjid. Fridays involve an obligatory Jumuah prayer, offered in congregation with a sermon. The Adhan, or call to prayer, is recited five times daily to invite Muslims to perform their obligatory prayers. Wudu, an ablution process, precedes Salah.
Each prayer comprises rakats, specific movements, and Quranic recitations. Apart from the five daily prayers, additional prayers include Jumuah, Tahjjud, Tarawih, and Eid prayers. These rituals play a vital role in fostering spiritual connection and discipline among Muslims.
The various positions assumed during Salah, such as:
- Qiyam (standing), Ruku (bowing)
- Sajdah (prostration)
- Tashahhud (sitting posture)
Namaz carries physical and spiritual benefits. These include improved blood flow, muscle strengthening, and overall well-being. The holistic nature of Salah underscores its significance in Islam, promoting both physical and spiritual harmony.
The benefits of different positions during Salah are as follows:
- Qiyam (standing): Ensures proper blood flow to the lower portion of the body, strengthening leg muscles.
- Ruku (bowing): Good for the lower vertebral column, relieving and preventing back pain. Involves stretching of elbows, wrists, knees, and ankles, developing flexibility in these areas.
- Sajdah (prostration): Maintains blood flow to the brain, stimulates the pituitary and pineal glands.
- Tashahhud (sitting posture): Similar to Vajrasana, a significant Yoga position. Strengthens thigh and calf muscles, improves digestion, and keeps the spine straight.
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