Prayer Times Poprad
Prayer Times Poprad
Imsak/Fajr: Poprad marks the pre-dawn meal time (sahur) and the beginning of the morning prayer (Fajr) time.
Sunrise: It is the time when the morning prayer (Fajr) ends. Undesirable time (karahat) begins when the sun rises. It is discouraged to perform prayers approximately 45-50 minutes after sunrise. After that, the time of Ishraq begins. Other calendars do not consider the precautionary time, putting Muslims' fasts at risk.
Dhuhr: It is the time when the noon prayer (Dhuhr) enters.
Asr: Poprad indicates the time for the afternoon prayer (Asr). Prayers can be performed until the sky turns red.
Maghreb: It is the time for the evening prayer (Maghrib). The time for breaking the fast (Iftar) begins at sunset. The evening time also signifies the time of sunset.
Isha: It is the time for the night prayer (Isha). Compared to other calendars, it starts approximately 10 minutes later. Regardless, for the acceptance and timely observance of your prayers, we recommend using the virtue timetable on our website.
Poprad Friday Prayer: Friday prayer times coincide with the noon prayer (Dhuhr).
Poprad Eid Prayer: The prayer times for Eid al-Adha and Eid al-Fitr start approximately 45-50 minutes after sunrise (i.e., during the Ishraq time).
Slovakia - Poprad Prayer Times Page. You can quickly access the prayer times for Poprad on our PrayerTime.net website. The prayer times for Poprad are regularly updated, providing you with accurate and precautionary times. The prayer times for Poprad are based on the virtue timetable calculations, which have been used for centuries and are in line with the scholarly consensus in Islam. We appreciate your choice of PrayerTime.net for Poprad prayer times.
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