Toronto Prayer Times

Dec 04, 2022 Today Toronto prayer times are Fajr Time 6:08 AM, Dhuhr Time 12:08 PM, Asr Time 2:23 PM, Maghrib Time 4:42 PM & Isha Time 6:07 PM. Today's Toronto prayer times are based on the Islamic Date of 10 Jumada Al-Awwal 1444. Schedule for 7 days and 30 days for Toronto salah or namaz times available for the convenience of all Muslims.

Prayer Time in Toronto, Canada

Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
6:08 AM 7:34 AM 12:08 PM 2:23 PM 4:42 PM 6:07 PM
Based on: Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) | Shafii change
Toronto Sehri & Iftar Time

Next 30 Days Toronto Prayer Times

Date Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
Dec 03 6:08 AM 7:34 AM 12:08 PM 2:23 PM 4:42 PM 6:07 PM
Dec 04 6:09 AM 7:35 AM 12:08 PM 2:23 PM 4:41 PM 6:07 PM
Dec 05 6:10 AM 7:36 AM 12:09 PM 2:23 PM 4:41 PM 6:07 PM
Dec 06 6:11 AM 7:37 AM 12:09 PM 2:23 PM 4:41 PM 6:07 PM
Dec 07 6:12 AM 7:38 AM 12:09 PM 2:23 PM 4:41 PM 6:07 PM
Dec 08 6:12 AM 7:39 AM 12:10 PM 2:23 PM 4:41 PM 6:07 PM
Dec 09 6:13 AM 7:39 AM 12:10 PM 2:23 PM 4:41 PM 6:07 PM
Dec 10 6:14 AM 7:40 AM 12:11 PM 2:23 PM 4:41 PM 6:07 PM
Dec 11 6:15 AM 7:41 AM 12:11 PM 2:23 PM 4:41 PM 6:07 PM
Dec 12 6:16 AM 7:42 AM 12:12 PM 2:23 PM 4:41 PM 6:08 PM
Dec 13 6:16 AM 7:43 AM 12:12 PM 2:24 PM 4:41 PM 6:08 PM
Dec 14 6:17 AM 7:44 AM 12:13 PM 2:24 PM 4:41 PM 6:08 PM
Dec 15 6:18 AM 7:44 AM 12:13 PM 2:24 PM 4:42 PM 6:08 PM
Dec 16 6:18 AM 7:45 AM 12:14 PM 2:24 PM 4:42 PM 6:09 PM
Dec 17 6:19 AM 7:46 AM 12:14 PM 2:25 PM 4:42 PM 6:09 PM
Dec 18 6:20 AM 7:46 AM 12:15 PM 2:25 PM 4:43 PM 6:09 PM
Dec 19 6:20 AM 7:47 AM 12:15 PM 2:25 PM 4:43 PM 6:10 PM
Dec 20 6:21 AM 7:48 AM 12:16 PM 2:26 PM 4:43 PM 6:10 PM
Dec 21 6:21 AM 7:48 AM 12:16 PM 2:26 PM 4:44 PM 6:11 PM
Dec 22 6:22 AM 7:49 AM 12:17 PM 2:27 PM 4:44 PM 6:11 PM
Dec 23 6:22 AM 7:49 AM 12:17 PM 2:27 PM 4:45 PM 6:12 PM
Dec 24 6:23 AM 7:50 AM 12:18 PM 2:28 PM 4:46 PM 6:12 PM
Dec 25 6:23 AM 7:50 AM 12:18 PM 2:29 PM 4:46 PM 6:13 PM
Dec 26 6:23 AM 7:50 AM 12:19 PM 2:29 PM 4:47 PM 6:14 PM
Dec 27 6:24 AM 7:51 AM 12:19 PM 2:30 PM 4:48 PM 6:14 PM
Dec 28 6:24 AM 7:51 AM 12:19 PM 2:31 PM 4:48 PM 6:15 PM
Dec 29 6:24 AM 7:51 AM 12:20 PM 2:31 PM 4:49 PM 6:16 PM
Dec 30 6:25 AM 7:51 AM 12:20 PM 2:32 PM 4:50 PM 6:16 PM
Dec 31 6:25 AM 7:51 AM 12:21 PM 2:33 PM 4:51 PM 6:17 PM

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Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) 43.6605 / -79.4633 Shafii (Method & Fiqah)
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Today Prayer Times Toronto, Canada

Today 04 Dec, 2022, Toronto Namaz Timings are Fajr 6:08 AM, Dhuhr 12:08 PM, Asr 2:23 PM, Maghrib 4:42 PM & Isha 6:07 PM.

The city azan, salat schedule & 7 days time table is also provided. Daily Fajar (Fajr) timing in Toronto, Dhuhur time, Asr time in Toronto, Maghrib Toronto prayer times & Isha Toronto Namaz timing are available. Today's 10 Jumada Al-Awwal 1444 Toronto namaz timing with next 7 days Schedule from 04 Dec, 2022 to 10 Dec, 2022 with customizable prayer time calculation methods to calculate the proper time for your prayer. On other hand, you may also read Toronto zawal time updates with complete start and end time details.

Today Toronto Sun Set time or Iftar Time in Toronto is 7:34 AM and Dawn break Time or the end of Sehri Time in Toronto is 6:08 AM. Along with Toronto Prayers times you can also read the Toronto Sehri and Iftar time for Fiqa Hanafi (sunni) or Toronto Sehri and Iftar time for Fiqa Jafria (shia).

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By using this option you can change or adjust timing according to your country's prayer calculation methods. These timings are available for all Sunni schools of thought including Hanafi, Shafi, Maliki, and Hanbali.

You may also find here makrooh time updates including Toronto zawal time with complete details start and end time.

Toronto Sun Set time that is also called Iftar Time in Toronto is 4:43 PM and Dawn break Time that is also end of Sehri Time in Toronto at 6:07 AM. Sehri and Iftar time is also called Ramadan Time during the month of Ramadan.

In Toronto, people from different religions are residing. However, Muslims are 8% of the total population. It is noted that Muslims from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds are its residents. There are different organizations that are related to the Muslim community. On the other side, mosques are also present in large numbers where Muslims offer salat as per the Toronto prayer time.

Although mosques are present in significant numbers they are not enough to cater to the large Muslim population of Toronto. There are around 70 mosques in the city. However, Muslims come in large numbers to offer Friday salat as per the Toronto prayer time. Mosques in Toronto also act as community centers for Muslims. They conduct different activities for the residing Muslim community. However, Muslims also utilize mosques for weddings, funerals, and for learning the Quran and Hadith from Aalims and Muftis. Jami Mosque Toronto is one of the biggest mosques and Islamic centers in the city.

Muslims living in Toronto give high importance to Islamic values. They celebrate Islamic events as per the latest Hijri calendar. In Ramadan, they fast for the entire month and conduct Iftar dinners. Several people also spend their Zakat this month and offer help to the needy Muslims of the city. Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul Adha are the two main celebration events for Muslims. They also support and wish people on their events such as Christmas, Easter, etc.

Toronto prayer time depends on different factors. It differs with respect to the jurisdiction method and sect. You can offer salat as both Hanafi prayer time and Shafii prayer time in Toronto are mentioned here. However, there is a difference over the Asr prayer starting time in the Hanafi and Shafii juristic methods. If you belong to the Ahle Tashayyu sect then you can check the accurate Toronto Shia prayer time.

There is a difference of a minute or two that can be observed in their suburbs or nearby areas due to the bigger geographic area. However, this Toronto Prayer timing schedule can be used by people living in different areas. The updated Toronto Prayer timing 2022 is created to assist the people of all Municipalities of Toronto including Durham Region, Halton Region, Peel Region, York Region, Dufferin County, and Simcoe County.

Toronto Prayer Times Today

Prayer Time in Karachi for Sunday 4 Dec 2022 are:

  • Fajr Time in Toronto: 6:08 AM
  • Zuhr Time in Toronto: 12:08 PM
  • Asr Time in Toronto: 2:23 PM
  • Maghrib Time in Toronto: 4:42 PM
  • Isha Time in Toronto: 6:07 PM
Q: What is Fajr time in Toronto?

A: Fajr Time in Toronto is at 6:08 AM. Fajr consists of 4 Rakats as 2 Farz and 2 Sunnah. Fajr Prayer time begins at the dawn time 6:08 AM and remains until the sun rises. Today Fajr time in Toronto ends at sunrise 7:34 AM.

Q: What time is Ishraq in Toronto?

A: Ishraq Namaz Timing in Toronto today starts at 07:49 AM and the end time is 09:51 AM.

Q: What is Zuhr Time in Toronto?

A: Zuhr Time in Toronto is at 12:08 PM. Zuhr Salah consists of 12 Rakat and includes 4 Sunnah, 4 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 nafl. Zuhr Namaz time starts after zawal time ends, at 12:08 PM and ends before asr time in Toronto at 2:23 PM.

Q: What is Asr time in Toronto?

A: It's an afternoon prayer consisting of 8 Rakat as total as 4 Sunnat and 4 Farz. Today Asr time starts at 2:23 PM and ends before Maghrib time in Toronto at 4:42 PM.

Q: What time is Maghrib in Toronto?

A: Maghrib Time in Toronto is at 4:42 PM. It's a sunset prayer consisting of 7 Rakat: 3 Farz, 2 Sunnat, and 2 Nafl. Today Maghrib time starts at 4:42 PM and ends before Isha time in Toronto at 6:07 PM.

Q: What is Isha Time in Toronto?

A: It's a night prayer consisting of 17 Rakat: 4 Sunnah, 4 Fard, 2 Sunnah, 2 Nafl, 3 Witr, and 2 Nafl. Today Isha Namaz time starts at 6:07 PM and ends before Fajr time in Toronto at 6:08 AM.

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Comments: Toronto Prayer Times

There are many Mosque in Toronto allowing Muslims to hold sermons, prayers and community conferences. For Muslims it is necessary to pray on daily basis. Hence five times prayers are all necesssary for all Muslims.

  • Taiba , Toronto

Salah is not merely meant to be a required practise. Instead, it is both the initial and ongoing evidence of the believer's submission to Allah (subhanahu wa ta'ala). The five daily prayers consist of four different styles of Salah.

  • Danish, Toronto

Recently moved to Toronto, Canada. Searching for a mosque near my house so that Eid prayers can be offered at mosque. Eid wishes and prayers to all Muslims. May this Eid brings the best for all.

  • Sajid , Toronto

Toronto holds the largest muslim majority living in the great city of canada. However I have visited many mosque but the grand mosque in toronto is my fav - Jami mosque.

  • Zain , Toronto

The word Salah in Arabic means to pray or bless. In most of the Arab world, the word salah is used. Salah is the second pillar of Islam. It is given much importance so Muslims can follow it with keen interest.

  • Owais Alam , Toronto
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