Prayer times Abu Dhabi- People who like to offer prayer on time so it is important to know the namaz timings and rakaats as well. Find out the more accurate Adu Dhabi salah timings for today and 7 days(week) and for month as well on Viewprayertimes.com
Prayer times in Abu Dhabi today
Azan time in Abu Dhabi vary from city to city even day to day as well so thats why we update our current prayer time in Abu Dhabi on daily basis.We update our prayer timings on daily basis for accuracy or the main reason is the changing in time on a daily basis. For your easiness, we also guide you from weekly prayer time. Save this page to view daily or weekly prayer timings:
Weekly prayer timings in Abu Dhabi
|Mar 03||5:27 AM||6:45 AM||12:35 PM||3:55 PM||6:25 PM||7:55 PM|
|Mar 04||5:27 AM||6:45 AM||12:35 PM||3:55 PM||6:25 PM||7:55 PM|
|Mar 05||5:26 AM||6:44 AM||12:35 PM||3:55 PM||6:26 PM||7:56 PM|
|Mar 06||5:25 AM||6:43 AM||12:34 PM||3:55 PM||6:26 PM||7:56 PM|
|Mar 07||5:25 AM||6:42 AM||12:34 PM||3:55 PM||6:26 PM||7:56 PM|
|Mar 08||5:24 AM||6:41 AM||12:34 PM||3:55 PM||6:26 PM||7:56 PM|
|Mar 09||5:23 AM||6:40 AM||12:34 PM||3:55 PM||6:26 PM||7:57 PM|
|Mar 10||5:23 AM||6:39 AM||12:33 PM||3:56 PM||6:26 PM||7:57 PM|
Sehri time in Abu Dhabi is same as azan fajr time in Abu Dhabi, though sehri always done before fajr time that is why it also called fajr time. Moreover, iftar time in Abu Dhabi aso called maghrib time.
Abu Dhabi Nawafil prayer timings
|Nawafil prayer||Start time||End time|
|Tahajjud||08:49 PM||05:31 AM|
|Ishraq||07:09 AM||07:09 AM|
|Chasht||09:45 AM||11:56 AM|
|Awwabin||06:34 PM||07:34 PM|
United Arab top cities prayer timings
|Dubai||5:40 am||12:33 pm||3:42 pm||6:05 pm||7:35 pm|
|Ajman||5:39 am||12:32 pm||3:42 pm||6:05 pm||7:35 pm|
|Al Ayn||5:37 am||12:31 pm||3:42 pm||6:05 pm||7:35 pm|
|Al Fujayrah||5:36 am||12:29 pm||3:38 pm||6:01 pm||7:31 pm|
|Diba||5:36 am||12:29 pm||3:38 pm||6:01 pm||7:31 pm|
Eid is one of the major event in Islamic history which celebrate twice a year. Muslim celebrate two Eid, Eid al Fitr and Eid al Adha. Adu Dhabi Eid Prayer timings vary from year to year.
Eid prayer time in Abu Dhabi 2019 was :
- As, Eid ul fitr prayer time in Abu Dhabi Wednesday 5 june
- Eid ul fitr prayer time in Abu Dhabi for 2020 was Saturday 23rd May
Prayer time Eid al Adha in Abu Dhabi was also different from year to year as eid ul fitr
- Abu dhabi eid ul adha prayer time for 2020 was Thursday, 30 july
- Eid ul adha prayer time in Abu Dhabi 2021 will be Monday, 19 july
Abu Dhabi is one of the second most popular and visited cities in all Arabic counties also it is the capital of UAE, located on the Persian Gulf, and connects to most Emirates cities. Although Islam is the official religion in Abu Dhabi and nearly 80% of its total population are Muslims, 8% Hindu, 5% Christian and other minorities as well. Culture, their society, and way of living based on the Islamic point of view. As you know, prayer times are different in every country and city as well due to the movement or position of the sun.
Prayer at Abu Dhabi
It is compulsory for every Muslim, and it is the second most important pillar of Islam, so it’s is very important to familiarize yourself with the timetable according to your city. Prayer time does no change from month to month, or yearly it also changes from day to day on a daily basis. Muslims who are not able to hear again and have no assess to a mosque nearby, so we are here to assist you online today Abu Dhabi prayer times fajr, dhuhr, asar, maghrib, and isha.
What is the prayer time in Adu Dhabi
Call to prayer times are
- Fajr time in Abu dhabi 5:45
- Sunrise time Abu Dhabi 7:08
- Dhuhr prayer time Abu Dhabi 12:29
- Asr time in abu dhabi 3:29
- Maghrib time in abu dhabi 5:48
- isha time in abu dhabi 7:19
Prayer is a word derived from the Arabic language; it means salah or salaat. It also has different meanings, such as devotion, supplication, service, pleading, blessing, and namaz( from Persian). Namaz is one of Islam’s essential and second pillars after la ilaha Muhammadur Rasulullah (There is no god but Allah and his Messenger Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)) the core of beliefs, purification of the soul, and practices of the religion. The five pillars of Islam are the recognition of the Muslim faith (Shahada).
The five pillars of Islam are these:
- Kalma sahadat( faith of islam)
- Prayer (namaz, salaah, which offers five times a day on prescribed time)
- Charity (Zakat, donate about 2.5% of your total wealth about every year among needy)
- Fasting (Roza, Muslims fast in the month of Ramadan about 30 days from Dawn to sunset)
- Pilgrimage (Hajj, it must take place once in a Muslim lifetime in Holy Mecca)
Salah (prayer, namaz) is obligatory for adult Muslims daily according to standardized prayer time after declaring faith in Allah and His Messenger Prophet (SWT). Salaah is the only way to communicate with ALLAH(SWT) because Allah wants to stay connected with us as person to person. It is a physical, mental, or spiritual act of worship of Allah. Prayers are offered five times a day by Muslims every day at a prescribed time, it have been made compulsory for every Muslim all around the globe. Prayers are offered every day by Muslims according to the movement and position of the Sun and performed five times a day as per the following time:
Fajr: at the time of Dawn, before sunrise.
Dhuhr: Midday, right after the sun passes its highest point.
Asar: The late part of the afternoon.
Maghrib: right after sunset.
Isha: Between sunset and midnight.
As Allah said:
He has succeeded who purifies himself, who remembers the name of his Lord and prays.
Surah Al-A’la 14-15
Number of Rakaats in prayers:
Rakats in Salah
A rakat consists of the number of recommended movements and recitation of verses of the Holy Quran practiced by Muslims while offering prayers. As we have five prayers in a day, every prayer has a different number of rakats:
Fajr prayer time in Abu Dhabi:
Fajr is the start of the day; the timing of the fajr prayer in Abu Dhabi is 5:36 AM for today. Moreover, fajr consists of 4 rakaats, two farz, and two sunnah. Farj prayer offers before the sunrise as we can say dawn time, and remains until the sun shows up. Farj time ends when the sunrise. The sunrise time in Abu Dhabi is 7:00AM today
Dhuhr prayer time in Abu Dhabi:
Dhuhr prayer offers in the mid of the day at 12:19AM. This namaaz consists of 12 rakaats in which 4 sunnah which offers at first then 4 farz offer after sunnah then 2 sunnah and 2 nafal. Its time ends before the asar time in Abu Dhabi. When zuhr prayer time starts, it is also known as zawal time when the sun reaches its peak.
Asar prayer time in Abu Dhabi:
Asar payer offers in the afternoon also knows as afternoon payer. It consists of 8 rakaats. 2 sunnah, and 2 farz namaaz. Asar time for today in Abu Dhabi start at3:18 and ends right before the Maghrib prayer, which is offered at 3:16 PM.
Maghrib prayer time in Abu Dhabi:
Maghrib prayer time offers after asar, also know as sunset prayer. It consists of 7 rakaats. 3 farz, 2 sunnah and, 2 nafal. Maghrib time starts in Abu Dhabi at 5:38 PM and ends when the sky turns into dark, and we can say before isha prayers. But mostly we should try to offer this prayer asap because of its short timings.
Isha prayer timing in Abu Dhabi:
It is known as night prayers, which is delivered during the last part of the day. Isha prayer time starts in abu dhabi at 6:58 PM and ends before the fajr prayer. It consists of 17 rakaats: 4 sunnah, 4 farz, 2 sunnah, 2 nafal, 3 witr and 2 nafal.
In between all these prayers, we have a gap for like 2 to 3 hours; we can pray anytime in this according to specific namaaz. But we should always try to offer prayer right after azaan because it is considered more close to Allah(SWT)
Purpose of salaah:
The primary purpose of salaah is to create a strong connection between Allah(SWT) or a person, and it’s the only way to stay close to ALLAH or its way to communicate with Rab. It is also purification of the soul or heart. By praying namaz, it helps you to seek nearness to Allah and create strong relationships through worship. Purification of the heart is the ultimate goal of the religious objective of prayer. All your problems will fly away when you pray daily five times and Allah sort out every of your problem. As ALLAH(SWT) “so remember me, I’ll remember you.
Praying in the Masjid:
A Muslim in the world can pray everywhere globally, but Allah has announced a special reward for those who offer prayer in Masjid. Still and all, many Muslims pray in a congregation in a masjid. For Muslims, Masjid is a place of worship. Praying together in a fellowship helps Muslims to realize humanity. We believe in one God, belief in the five pillars of Islam. We all are equal under the eyes of God. No one is less or high near Allah (SWT). Allah loves those who are kind to his human.
What is the significance of the Adhan?
The Adhan is delivered about five times a day to invite Muslims to perform obligatory prayers.
Prayers are a straight way to heaven for a person who offers prayers five times a day. The actual meaning of adaan is to call Muslims towards success. Adaan is recited from the minaret of Masjid by muizzen. We usually hear the call to worship in almost many counties where we found a number of Muslims.
We generally offer prayer face toward the holy Kabbah.
Allah had made salah mandatory on Muslims for a certain reason such as:
- Salah is basically the purification of the heart, also a means of self-purification.
- Develop purity in character
- Create patience and strength in yourself
- Source of erasing your sins and ask forgiveness
- Punctuality and being righteous
- Keep you away from evil thoughts.
“Prophet(SWT) describes prayer as a light of Muslim faith, the pillar of Islam, or the best deeds among all.”
Performing wudu before salah:
- Wudu is an ablution or an Islamic act of cleaning your body parts before performing prayers or reciting the Holy Quran. Being a Muslim its best to keep your wudu all the time because it has a lot of benefits as it is being declared in hadith:
- “When a person makes wudu’, his sins fall off just as leaves fall off a tree.
- Benefits of staying in wudu all day:
- Whoever stays in wudu all the time Allah taa’la will bless him with the following ways:
- Angels do not leave him alone all day long.
- They continuously record rewards for him.
- All of his bodily parts praise and worship Allah.
- While sleeping, angels protect him all night against the harm of humans and genies, and bad thoughts dreams as well
- The pain and suffering the person who always in the state of wudu will undergo at the time of death will be less severe.
- When he is in a state of wudu’, he will always be in the protection of Allah.
Here the step by step method to perform wudu. Wudu consists of a few main steps.
- Begin wudu by saying Bismillah
- Wash your hands three times up to the wrist.
- To wash the entire face. From the forehead to the chin and from ear to ear.
- To wash the arms ad hand from your fingertips up to the elbows thoroughly three times.
- To do Masah, wipe your head with your hands at the front of your head and bring them back to your head. For women, she does not wipe the entire length of her hair.
- wash your feet up to three times, including ankles; make sure to wipe your fingers in between all the fingers.
Like all other prayers, the Friday prayer is also obligatory for all Muslims all around the globe. This prayer is performed along with the dhuhr prayer. Jummah prayer is not obligatory for women. He also gives a sermon during this prayer, which should be listened to by every person in the mosque. Listening to a sermon can strengthen one’s faith.
Expect these obligatory prayers, there are also few numbers of prayers Muslims offers :
- Jummah prayer is offered on Fridays at noon during dhuhr prayer. Muzzien also givers a sermon during this.
- Tahjjud prayer is offered in the early hours of the morning. However, it is not compulsory. It offered to gain the pleasure of Allah; at this time, Allah is closed to all humankind.
- Tarawih prayer offered with the Isha prayer and only takes place during the holy month of Ramadan. There are no specific numbers of rakaat. You can pray as much as you can for Allah’s blessing.
- Well, Eid prayers are offered on the day of eid, which comes twice a year. Muslims celebrate two eid as per our religion Eid Al Fitr and Eid Al Adha.
The benefits of different positions while performing salah:
There are several positions while performing salah, which include Takbir, Qiyam, Ruku, Sajdah, and Tashshhud.
There are numbers of benefits in these positions, such as:
- Qiyam the standing position. Lowering your hand on your waist. Put equal pressure or gap in between both feet. Relaxed your shoulders and watch straight to namaaz matt. Allow equal blood flow in all parts of the body also strengthen your leg muscles.
- Takbir(standing) the first position in namaaz. It strengthened your elbow muscles when you bent, also put pressure on your shoulders and stretch muscles.
- Ruku, which is the bowing position. When we bent our waist, thighs, calves, and muscles of the lower back is fully stretched. This posture is beneficial for the lower vertebral column. Reduce back pain and fully stretched and strengthened the lower body part.
- Sajdah the prostration: The act of low bowing or prostration to God towards the qiblah. Flexed lower back muscles. Put weight on your arms during lifting or down your head. Sajdah maintains blood flow to the brain. As the Messenger of God said, hadith; the nearest a servant comes to his Lord is when he is in prostration (Sajdah)”.
- Tashahhud (sitting posture): This posture is a significant Yoga position. You stretched your foot and ankle muscles when bent. Flexed your hip muscles expect these all also helps to strengthen the thigh and calf muscles, improve digestion, and strengthen lower back core muscles.
- The last one, turning head left or right, improves neck muscles when gently stretch them on repeat—Salam on both sides.
Famous mosque in Abu Dhabi:
Sheikh Zayed mosque:
Sheikh Zayed mosque is one of the famous and biggest mosques in Abu Dhabi. Also the richest mosque in all over the world. The name of this mosque is taking place from the first president or ruler o Abu Dhabi. Its located in U.A.E, Abu Dhabi. The name of the architect of this mosque was Yusef Abdelki. The makeup of this mosque was started in 1996 and completed on 20 December 2007. It was the biggest project completed within 11 years, and the total cost made during its construction was about two billion dirhams( US$545millions)
If we talk about its space or area them approximately over 41000 Muslims can pray at a time. The full size of this mosque( length 420m, width 290m). this mosque has 82 domes of seven different sizes; the outer dome height is almost 85m. four minarets, each minaret heigh 107m.