Today’s prayer timing in Dubai:

Dubai UAE
Wednesday, 28th September, 2022
SalatTime
Fajr4:51 AM
Sunrise6:09 AM
Zuhr12:10 PM
Asr3:35 PM
Magrib6:10 PM
Isha7:40 PM

Prayer Time Dubai

Prayer Time Dubai – The internet has provided some quite valuable features. One of them is the prayer times in all of the world’s cities. For the convenience of individuals who are new to Dubai, the extremely authentic Dubai prayer hours are listed on this website. Some people set an alarm to remind themselves of their prayer times. This information is also extremely beneficial for them. People who are new to Dubai can use this page to learn about the Dubai prayer times. It’s never been easier to get exact prayer times for your preferred area.

The prayers are divided into five groups, and each group has a special name. Asr is the prayer time in Dubai that is made after Sunset when the Sun goes down in summer, but it is also associated with spring. Dhuhr is the Prayer of Sunlight, and Maghrib means Sunset. The fifth group is Isha’a. This means nothing else than ‘Prayer’ or ‘Glorification’.

Juma Prayer Time Dubai

It becomes hard for a non-Arabic speaking Muslim to find out the accurate timings of Juma Prayer in Dubai but now you don’t need to worry about the exact time of Salat Al-Jumma because now you can get the complete details about Friday Prayer Timing(Juma Time) through this website.

In Dubai, Juma Prayer Time in Dubai

(Jumma Prayer) holds great importance just like other Islamic days such as Ramadan, Eid-ul-Fitr, Eid-ul-Azha, etc. On this day Muslims meet together in Masjid or Mosque to offer Salat Al Jumma (Juma Salah).

Fajr Prayer

Fajr salah is done at the end of the night, just before daybreak. Fard is made up of two obligatory rakats in the Fajr salah.

Dhuhr Prayer

Dhuhr salah, or noon prayer, is the second prayer of the day. There are four obligatory rakats in this prayer.

Asr Prayer

After the Dhuhr prayer, the Asar salah is done in the afternoon. There are four obligatory rakats in this prayer.

Maghreb Prayer

At sunset, the Maghrib salah should be performed. Three obligatory rakats make up the Maghrib salah.

Isha Prayer

The Isha salah is the fifth prayer of the day. It contains 4 obligatory rakats.

Juma Prayer

There is a compulsory Friday (Juma) prayer in addition to the five daily prayers. On Fridays, instead of the midday prayer, this prayer is delivered in a congregation with a sermon.

Along with the five obligatory prayers, there are also the following prayers:

  • Prayer of Juma (offered on Fridays at noon).
  • Tahjjud prayer (offered in the early hours of the morning. It is not, however, required).
  • Prayer of Tarawih (offered with the Isha prayer and only takes place during the holy month of Ramadan).
  • Prayers for Eid (offered on Eid Al Fitr and Eid Al Adha).