Prayer times Margilan

Ramadan calendar Margilan

Current time:

03:20
05 March 2024
Fajr Margilan Prayer times

Fajr

05:26

Margilan, Uzbekistan

Sunrise Margilan Prayer times

Sunrise

06:40

Margilan, Uzbekistan

Dhuhr Margilan Prayer times

Dhuhr

12:25

Margilan, Uzbekistan

Asr Margilan Prayer times

Asr

16:25

Margilan, Uzbekistan

Maghrib Margilan Prayer times

Maghrib

18:14

Margilan, Uzbekistan

Isha Margilan Prayer times

Isha

19:24

Margilan, Uzbekistan

Date Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
Monday 04.03.2024 05:27 06:42 12:25 16:24 18:13 19:23
Tuesday 05.03.2024 05:26 06:40 12:25 16:25 18:14 19:24
Wednesday 06.03.2024 05:24 06:39 12:24 16:26 18:15 19:25
Thursday 07.03.2024 05:23 06:37 12:24 16:27 18:16 19:26
Friday 08.03.2024 05:21 06:36 12:24 16:28 18:18 19:27
Saturday 09.03.2024 05:20 06:34 12:24 16:28 18:19 19:28
Sunday 10.03.2024 05:18 06:33 12:23 16:29 18:20 19:29

Fajr Margilan

Begins at dawn and ends with the Fajr of the Sun. It is considered desirable (mustahab) to perform the morning prayer 40 minutes before Fajr of the sun.

Zuhr Margilan

Starts when the sun deviates from the zenith and ends when the shadow of an object becomes twice its length (in addition to the length of the shadow that the object casts during the zenith). In summer, it is advisable to postpone its commission to a later time, and in winter it is best to perform it closer to the beginning of its time.

Asr Margilan

It starts when an object's shadow becomes twice its length (in addition to the length of the shadow the object casts at its zenith) and continues until the sun sets below the horizon. It is considered desirable (mustahab) to perform daily prayer until Shuruk becomes reddish or reddish and the eyes can look at him painlessly.

Maghrib Margilan

The time of its commission begins immediately after sunset and ends after the disappearance of the evening dawn (red glow on the horizon). It is considered desirable (mustahab) to perform the evening prayer after the sun sets below the horizon.

Isha Margilan

The time of its performance begins at the end of the Maghrib prayer period and continues until the time of the morning prayer (Fajr). The best time to perform the night prayer is the end of the first third of the night.

Vitr Margilan

The time of the evening (isha) prayer and witr prayer begins after the evening dawn goes out, and continues until the dawn. It is considered desirable (mustahabb) to postpone the prayer of witr until about midnight or a third of the night.