Dr. MM Ali asked 3 weeks ago

Salam alaikum qibla.

What are the avval e waqt for the panjagsna namaz?

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mehdi Staff answered 3 weeks ago

أعوذ بالله من الشيطان الرجيم

بِسْمِ ٱللَّٰهِ ٱلرَّحْمَٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ

As Salaamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh,

Based on your specific question and information provided.

From the Jurisprudence Perspective:

All depends on the Place and Season.

Fajr: Near the time of the morning call to prayer, a whiteness in the sky moves upwards from the east, which is called ‘the first dawn’. When this whiteness spreads, it is ‘the second dawn’, which is the start of the prescribed time for the morning prayer.

Zuhr & Asr: The time for ẓuhr  is from zawāl [i.e. the time after midday when the sun begins to decline] (known as the ‘legal midday’ (al-ẓuhr al-sharʿī)). The time for after­noon (ʿaṣr)  starts after midday (ẓuhr) prayer, and the time of Virtue ( فضيلة ), depending on the place and season is approximately an hour and a half after midday (ẓuhr).

Maghrib & Isha: The time for Maghrib prayer after the redness of the sky in the east – which appears after sunset – has passed overhead. The time for evening (ʿishāʾ) starts after sunset (maghrib) prayer, and the time of Virtue( فضيلة ) depending on the place and season is approximately an hour and a half after sunset (maghrib).

والله العالم‎
(and Allah(awj) Knows best)

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