Enter your location and get Prayer Times (Salat/Salah/Namaz times) for today.
Islamic prayer times are calculated based on the sunrise and sunset time of the location. As the sunrise and sunset times vary from day to day during the year, the prayer times will also change accordingly. The calculation for the different prayer (salah/namaz) times in the sunni schools are as follows (There are some differences on how Shia schools calculate some of the prayer times)
In many parts of the world Jummah (Jumuah) starts just after Zuhr Azan (Athan). In general, the Jumuah program timing will be as follows:
The different calculations adopted by different regions, mosques etc. is due the assumptions they take on the beginning of Fajr time (true dawn or fajr-al-sadiq) and the beginning of Isha time (disappearance of red light - . shafaq-al-ahmar). In both the cases, the different calculation methods assume different angles of the sun below the horizon.
Most countries have a calculation method decided by their religious authorities based on the Fajr and isha angles they use. On HalalTrip, you can choose any one of the calculation methods in the “Settings”:
On HalalTrip, you can choose which Asr time calculation you wish to know in the “Settings”:
Mosques (Masjids) will call the Azan at the starting time of that particular prayer.
Enter the address or the city on this application. The application will then provide the prayer times. You can use the “Settings” to set any particular calculation method you prefer.