Today's Prayer Times in Lahore
19 Muḥarram, 1444
17 August, 2022
|Prayer Name||Prayer Time|
|17||19||Wed||04:01 am||12:07 pm||04:50 pm||06:44 pm||08:11 pm||10:19 pm||01:54 am|
|18||20||Thu||04:02 am||12:06 pm||04:49 pm||06:43 pm||08:10 pm||10:19 pm||01:54 am|
|19||21||Fri||04:03 am||12:06 pm||04:48 pm||06:42 pm||08:09 pm||10:18 pm||01:54 am|
|20||22||Sat||04:04 am||12:06 pm||04:48 pm||06:41 pm||08:07 pm||10:17 pm||01:54 am|
|21||23||Sun||04:05 am||12:06 pm||04:47 pm||06:40 pm||08:06 pm||10:17 pm||01:54 am|
|22||24||Mon||04:06 am||12:06 pm||04:46 pm||06:39 pm||08:05 pm||10:16 pm||01:54 am|
|23||25||Tue||04:07 am||12:05 pm||04:45 pm||06:37 pm||08:03 pm||10:16 pm||01:54 am|
Lahore prayer timings differ slightly from Islamabad, Karachi and other major cities as you might have noticed during the Ramadan. The sunset occurs slightly earlier here due to the location of the city. Lahore is located near the Eastern border of Pakistan with India and as the sun rises in the East, Lahore gets daylight before the other major cities.
The Zuhr time remains almost the same throughout the year, however, the prayer timings for other Salahs keep changing whether its Fajr, Asr, Maghrib or Isha.
Namaz is the foremost obligation in Islam after Faith in Allah and Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) followed by Fasting, Zakat and Hajj.
Here’s a Hadith for your reference in this regard:
Abdullah ibn Umar ibn Al-Khattab (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated hearing Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) say:
“Islam has been built on five [pillars]: testifying that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, performing the prayers, paying the Zakah, making the pilgrimage to the House, and fasting in Ramadan.”
[Bukhari & Muslim]
Therefore, it becomes necessary for all the Muslims around the globe to offer prayers five times daily. The Prayer Timings tool for Lahore is a small effort to help you keep a track of the prayer times in the city throughout the year.
Prayer times in Other Cities of Pakistan