Today's Prayer Times in Rawalpindi
19 Rabīʿ al-awwal, 1445
04 October, 2023
|Prayer Name||Prayer Time|
|04||19||Wed||04:41 am||11:57 am||04:08 pm||05:49 pm||07:11 pm|
|05||20||Thu||04:42 am||11:56 am||04:07 pm||05:48 pm||07:10 pm|
|06||21||Fri||04:43 am||11:56 am||04:06 pm||05:46 pm||07:09 pm|
|07||22||Sat||04:43 am||11:56 am||04:05 pm||05:45 pm||07:07 pm|
|08||23||Sun||04:44 am||11:55 am||04:03 pm||05:44 pm||07:06 pm|
|09||24||Mon||04:45 am||11:55 am||04:02 pm||05:42 pm||07:05 pm|
|10||25||Tue||04:46 am||11:55 am||04:01 pm||05:41 pm||07:04 pm|
The prayer timings in Rawalpindi are the same as those of its neighbour Islamabad. No matter where you are, prayers are as important for the Muslims as breathing. However, many of us still ignore our prayers despite multiple calls of Azan from different Masjids, for all the 5 prayers.
‘Prayer is better than sleep’, chants the Muezzin before the sunrise to call the Muslims towards the Masjid. But, we prefer not to disturb our sleeps. Only if we knew the reward for offering our prayers, we would be regularly visiting the Masjids five times a day.
Narrated Abu Hurairah (RA) Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) said:
“Allah will prepare for him who goes to the mosque in the morning and in the afternoon (for the congregational prayer) an honourable place in Paradise with good hospitality for (what he has done) every morning and afternoon goings.”
(Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume 1, Book 11, Hadith # 631)
Keeping the reward in mind and fearing the Almighty’s wrath, we must make a habit of praying without any second thoughts, no matter whether we are in our beds at Fajr time, or working at Zuhr, playing cricket at Asr, relaxing at Maghrib or enjoying a delicious dinner at Isha, we must offer our prayers.
Prayer times in Other Cities of Pakistan