Today's Prayer Times in Kasur
08 Rabīʿ al-awwal, 1445
23 September, 2023
|Prayer Name||Prayer Time|
|23||08||Sat||04:30 am||11:55 am||04:16 pm||05:58 pm||07:19 pm|
|24||09||Sun||04:31 am||11:54 am||04:15 pm||05:57 pm||07:18 pm|
|25||10||Mon||04:31 am||11:54 am||04:14 pm||05:56 pm||07:16 pm|
|26||11||Tue||04:32 am||11:54 am||04:13 pm||05:54 pm||07:15 pm|
|27||12||Wed||04:32 am||11:53 am||04:12 pm||05:53 pm||07:14 pm|
|28||13||Thu||04:33 am||11:53 am||04:10 pm||05:52 pm||07:12 pm|
|29||14||Fri||04:34 am||11:53 am||04:09 pm||05:51 pm||07:11 pm|
Kasur is located near Lahore and the Indian border. Prayer timings in Kasur are closely matched with Lahore.
Namaz or Salah are the most important part of a Muslim’s life and no one in the Muslim society can deny its importance, both in this world and the life to come. Muslims are advised by Islam to offer their prayers in congregation in Masjids and not in their homes. Also, there are common perceptions that Fajr and Isha are two of the most difficult prayers due to the timing; one comes before the sunrise when most of the times we are asleep and the other at night when we are busy relaxing or are having our dinners. However, the reward for these prayers are huge as well.
Here is a hadith explaining the importance of the two prayers.
Narrated Abu Hurairah (RA) Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) said:
“No prayer is harder for the hypocrites than the Fajr and the ‘Isha’ prayers and if they knew the reward for these prayers at their respective times, they would certainly present themselves (in the Masjids) even if they had to crawl.”
The Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) went so far to say that he wishes to order the Muezzin to burn those, along with their houses, who do not come to Masjid for Namaz after the prayer.
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