Prayer time in Reading for the month
Salah schedule for a month for Reading, county of Berkshire. Salah times in Reading today. Prayer times calculation methods. Salah — the key rite of worship in Islam, one of the pillars of religion. The importance of salah for a muslim cannot be overstated. If you come on a business trip to Reading, you must take into account the time difference with other cities and perform salah exactly at the appointed time.
Salah times in Reading for today
Schedule of prayers in Reading for today, month and year for Muslims. The service will help you to determine the start time of the obligatory salats: Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, Isha.
It is important to understand that a believer must perform salah under any circumstances, even during hostilities, various disasters or an illness. If a person due to his physical condition cannot perform salah standing, he can do it in a sitting or even in a lying position.
Salah schedule for a month for Reading
Our portal contains a detailed table of salats for a period of 30 days. The time of salah was determined both by traditional and modern methods.
The service shows how much time is left before the next salah begins, so that Muslims can perform it in time.
The five obligatory prayers are distributed throughout the day in such a way that a person can not only fulfill his religious duties, but also effectively solve his worldly affairs.
Method for calculating prayer times for Reading
Our service uses the World Muslim League method for the northern countries to determine the time of salah in Reading.
Using this information, the service determines the schedule of prayers:
- Counrty: Great Britain
- Region: Reading
- Timezone: UTC +1
- Latitude: 51.4542655944824
- Longitude: -0.978130280971527
Jumu’ah Khutbah and Prayer — Aisha Masjid & Islamic Centre
Fajr time is when you start to see the light of the sun, in the sky like the a white light, you don’t have to see the sun. You can test this by as if you were to look a person in the face and generally see the outline of the face i.e enough light to see that much, then it is Fajr time. Fajr ends just before sunrise.
Duhr and Asr- Duhr starts at the Islamic midday. The Islamic midday is for example you put a stick in the ground. Mid-day is when that stick has very very very little shadow or no shadow as well, that’s Islamic mid-day, that’s when Duhr starts. The first 5 or so minutes you can’t pray Asr, that time slot is for Duhr, likewise the last few minutes before sunset, which is when Duhr and Asr becomes Qada (if you haven’t prayed them before sunset) this time slot is only for Duhr.
Maghrib and Isha — Most Marja’ would say that Maghrib starts when only half the sky has an orange tinge. Some Marja’ say you can pray Maghrib even if the tinge fills the whole sky, but most say half the sky.
Voluntary or nafl prayers
Besides the five obligatory prayers, there are voluntary or nafl prayers through which a Muslim can get extra rewards. Although a person won’t be punished for not offering nafl prayers, but through nafl prayers a person receives additional rewards and through these prayers he gets closer to Allah.
It was narrated that `A’ishah said, the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: ‘Whoever persists in praying twelve rak`ahs each day and night will enter Paradise: Four before Zhuhr and two after, two rak`ahs after Maghrib, two rak`ahs after `Isha’ and two rak`ahs before Fajr (Dawn).» (An-Nasa’i)
The Time of the Duha Prayer
The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: «Whoever prays Fajr (Dawn Prayer) in congregation, then sits remembering Allah until the sun has risen, then he prays two rak`ahs, then for him is the reward like that of a Hajj and Umrah.» (At-Trimidhi)
In another hadith, the Prophet (peace be upon him) said, «Perform the Fajr (Dawn) Prayer, then stop Prayer until the sun has risen up to the height of a lance». (Muslim)
It is clear that we are not allowed to offer any voluntary prayers after Fajr Prayer till sunrise which is equivalent to approximately 15 minutes.
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