Peshawar Namaz Timings – Today (07 Jul 2020 ) Prayer Time Table Peshawar
Prayer or namaz is an important part of Islam and is performed by a Muslim 5 times a day. The Salaah is performed early in the morning, afternoon, evening, near sunset, and late evening. Peshawar is one of the busiest cities in Pakistan. Keeping track of prayers timings can be challenging in busy cities like Peshawar as you get lost in the routine life and can’t find time for your prayers even.
BOL News has developed a tool that keeps you updated with the prayer timings for your convenience.
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Today ( 07 Jul 2020 ) Namaz Timings in Peshawar (Fiqa Hanfia)
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Today ( 07 Jul 2020 ) Namaz Timings in Peshawar (Fiqa Jafria)
There are five daily prayers which must be performed by every Muslim; they are as follows:
- Fajr – this is performed before sunrise
- Zohr – this is performed midday
- Asr – this is performed between Zohr and sunset
- Maghrib – this is performed at sunset
- Isha – this is performed between Maghrib and midnight
Many people prefer to pray at the Mosque in the congregation while others opt to pray at home or at work. If someone is traveling or away from their home, certain reliefs are given to make the prayers easier.
Purpose of Namaz
The principle of Namaz is to make sure every Muslims maintain their faith and devotion to Allah, to increase taqwa and to remain conscious of the importance of faith and submission to their Creator.
Special importance is dedicated to the Friday prayer, which is also known as Namaz -e- Jumaa. Friday prayer is performed in congregation at the Mosque.
As with all of the Five Pillars of Islam, salah is a highly important obligation upon all Muslims and is essential to ensuring we stay within the boundaries of deen and remain mindful of one’s faith.
In the Quran, Allah Almighty says:
“This is the Book in which there is no doubt, a guidance for those who have Taqwa: who believe in the unseen, and who establish Salah, and spend out of what we have provided for them.” (2:2-3)