Today's Prayer Times in Nawabshah
19 Muḥarram, 1444
17 August, 2022
|Prayer Name||Prayer Time|
|17||19||Wed||04:38 am||12:30 pm||05:08 pm||07:01 pm||08:23 pm||10:41 pm||02:20 am|
|18||20||Thu||04:38 am||12:30 pm||05:08 pm||07:00 pm||08:22 pm||10:40 pm||02:20 am|
|19||21||Fri||04:39 am||12:30 pm||05:07 pm||06:59 pm||08:21 pm||10:40 pm||02:20 am|
|20||22||Sat||04:40 am||12:30 pm||05:07 pm||06:58 pm||08:19 pm||10:39 pm||02:20 am|
|21||23||Sun||04:40 am||12:30 pm||05:06 pm||06:57 pm||08:18 pm||10:39 pm||02:20 am|
|22||24||Mon||04:41 am||12:29 pm||05:05 pm||06:56 pm||08:17 pm||10:38 pm||02:20 am|
|23||25||Tue||04:42 am||12:29 pm||05:05 pm||06:55 pm||08:16 pm||10:38 pm||02:20 am|
Nawabshah is a city in Sindh which is now referred to as Shaheed Benazirabad after the late Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto.
Namaz is the most important part of a Muslim’s life and Islam commands the believers to pray five times a day. Allah says in Quran:
“O you who believe! Respond to (the call of) Allah and His Messenger when he calls you to that which gives you life.”
There are a large number of Quranic verses and Hadiths highlighting the importance of prayers and the punishments for not praying regularly as instructed by Allah Almighty.
There are no excuses for not praying. While there may be our busy schedule, classes, work, chores and whatnot, none of these can be used as an excuse for not offering our prayers before Allah on the Day of Judgement.
Therefore, we need to manage our time efficiently and take time out from our daily busy routines to offer our prayers and save ourselves from Allah’s wrath. Namaz teaches us a lot of things, time management in this day and age is one of those things and a very important one. Our Prayer Timings in Nawabshah tool can help you keep track of your prayers daily.
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