Today’s Sydney Prayer Time. This includes Sydney Fajr Prayer Time, Sydney Zuhr Prayer Time, Sydney Asr Prayer Time, Sydney Maghrib Prayer Time and Sydney Esha Prayer Time.
Today’s Sydney Prayer Time
There are Five Farz Prayer in Islam i.e Fajr, Zohaar, Asar, Maghrib, and Esha.
There are four Rakats in Fajr, 2 Farz and 2 Sunnah. Prayer time for Fajr begins at dawn until the sun rises. Following are the times in Sydney for today’s Fajr. One who offers Fajr and Esha prayer following Imam Masjid he will receive reward of full night Prayer.
There are 12 Rakat in Zuhr Salah, including 4 Sunnah, 4 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 Nafl. The Zuhr Namaz time in Sydney begins after the Zawal time ends in the afternoon and ends before the Asr time.
Sydney Asr Prayer Time
There are 8 Rakat in this afternoon prayer, along with 4 Sunnat and 4 Farz. Asr time starts today after the Zohar prayers end. The Asar prayer is offered in the evening.
What is Maghrib Prayer Time in Sydney?
There are seven Rakat in this prayer at sunset: three Farz, two Sunnat, and two Nafl. In Sydney , Maghrib time begins after sunset and ends before Isha time today.
There are 17 Rakat in this night prayer: 4 Sunnah, 4 Fard, 2 Sunnah, 2 Nafl, 3 Witr, and 2 Nafl. In Sydney , Isha Namaz begins after the end of Maghrib prayer time and ends before Fajr.
What is Zawal Time?
There is a time every day where Muslims are not allowed to offer any prayer. This is called Zawal Time. Zawal time is occurs every day at Mid-Day when the Sun reaches it’s exactly above the center of the Earth. Usually this Zawal time in Sydney Starts at 12:00 PM and Ends in 25-30 Minutes i.e 12:30.
What is Zawal Time Today in Sydney?
Todays Zawal Time in Sydney will Start at 12:00 PM and Ends in 25-30 Minutes i.e. 12:30. This is usual Zawal Time all around the Globe. Muslims are forbidden to offer any prayers at this time of the Day. After end the Zawal time Zuhr Prayer Time begins.
Tahajjud is the 9th prayer in Religion Islam. There are 12 Rakats in Tahajjud Prayer. Each is offered in the set of Two. Tahajjud Prayer is one of the most important prayer. Allah SWT loves the person who offers Tahajjud Prayer. This prayer is offered at mid night.
What is Tahajjud Prayer Time today in Sydney?
Today, Tahajjud Prayer can be offered exactly after Esha Prayer. Tahajjud prayer time starts after Esha Prayer and End before Fajr Prayers time starts. This is also called the prayer of Mid Night.
There are 4 other Prayers which Tahajjud, Ishraq, Chasht and Awabeen. Tahajjud is the Prayer of Midnight. Ishraq is offered After Sunrise and Chasht is offered after 2-3 Hours of Sun Rise. There is prayer called Awabeen which is offered after Maghrib Prayer and Before Esha Prayer.
Initially there were 50 prayers when Allah Pak rewarded Prayer to Prophet SAW on the Journey of Meraaj (also kwon as Shabe Meraj). On return from the “Arshe Pak” Prophet SAW met with Hazrat Mosa A.S. He told the Prophet SAW to reduce the Prayers as His Ummah was unable to offer 50 Prayers per Day. Then Allah reduced the 5 Prayers. This process repeated again and again and finally only 5 Prayers Left.