Australia Prayer Times

Australia Prayer Timings - Today Accurate Prayer Timings of Australia, detail Salah schedule & timetable. All cities Fajr time in Australia, Dhuhur, Asr time in Australia, Maghrib time & Isha timing with customize option of prayer times calculation methods & juristic methods. Australia cities Prayer Times with Qibla direction and complete guidance for your Namaz.

City Fajar Dhuhur Asr Maghrib Isha
Canberra 4:17 am 11:54 am 3:25 pm 6:06 pm 7:26 pm
Newcastle 4:09 am 11:43 am 3:14 pm 5:54 pm 7:12 pm
Sydney 4:10 am 11:45 am 3:16 pm 5:57 pm 7:16 pm
Wollongong 4:11 am 11:47 am 3:18 pm 5:58 pm 7:18 pm
Brisbane 4:11 am 11:38 am 3:07 pm 5:48 pm 7:01 pm
Gold Coast 4:08 am 11:36 am 3:06 pm 5:46 pm 7:00 pm
Logan City 4:10 am 11:38 am 3:07 pm 5:47 pm 7:01 pm
Adelaide 4:29 am 12:06 pm 3:37 pm 6:18 pm 7:38 pm
Melbourne 4:29 am 12:10 pm 3:41 pm 6:23 pm 7:47 pm
Perth 4:34 am 12:07 pm 3:37 pm 6:18 pm 7:35 pm

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Prayer genuinely helps a believer progress morally and spiritually because it purifies the heart. Prayer helps one develop these virtues in addition to developing an intimate relationship with God: patience, humility, and sincerity.

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A lunar calendar that is utilised in Islamic religious devotion is the Islamic calendar, commonly known as the Hijra calendar. The first day of the calendar was observed in 622 A.D. to commemorate Muhammad's trip from Mecca to Medina.

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No matter their status or gender is. As a Muslims you obligated to pray, or perform salat. Muslims do prayers as a daily habit and part of their daily routine.

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A daily reminder of His greatest favours provided to us comes from the five prayers we offer. We should be grateful for all of our blessings. The act of praying serves as a reminder to maintain our humanity and show kindness to one another. Consistent prayer is the best way to improve your relationship with Allah.

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The recital of the Shahadah, or oath, is the first pillar of Islam. The second pillar is salah. The act of making petitions to Allah, the Almighty, is what is meant by this term.

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