Prayer Time Dubai


Please see the Prayer Time Dubai below to help you plan your prayers. Be aware that there is some variation of minutes between prayer times in Dubai and other Emirates. These are the prayer times in Dubai (UAE) to assist you in finding out Dubai prayer times for Fajr (Sunrise), Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib (Sunset), and Isha.

March Day Hijri Month Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
1 Friday 20 Shaban 5:25 AM 6:38 AM 12:34 PM 3:53 PM 6:24 PM 7:38 PM
2 Saturday 21 Shaban 5:24 AM 6:37 AM 12:34 PM 3:53 PM 6:25 PM 7:38 PM
3 Sunday 22 Shaban 5:23 AM 6:36 AM 12:34 PM 3:53 PM 6:25 PM 7:39 PM
4 Monday 23 Shaban 5:22 AM 6:35 AM 12:33 PM 3:53 PM 6:26 PM 7:39 PM
5 Tuesday 24 Shaban 5:21 AM 6:34 AM 12:33 PM 3:53 PM 6:26 PM 7:40 PM
6 Wednesday 25 Shaban 5:20 AM 6:34 AM 12:33 PM 3:53 PM 6:27 PM 7:40 PM
7 Thursday 26 Shaban 5:19 AM 6:33 AM 12:33 PM 3:53 PM 6:27 PM 7:41 PM
8 Friday 27 Shaban 5:18 AM 6:32 AM 12:32 PM 3:53 PM 6:28 PM 7:41 PM
9 Saturday 28 Shaban 5:17 AM 6:31 AM 12:32 PM 3:54 PM 6:28 PM 7:42 PM
10 Sunday 29 Shaban 5:16 AM 6:30 AM 12:32 PM 3:54 PM 6:29 PM 7:42 PM
11 Monday 1 Ramadan 5:15 AM 6:29 AM 12:32 PM 3:54 PM 6:29 PM 7:43 PM
12 Tuesday 2 Ramadan 5:14 AM 6:28 AM 12:31 PM 3:54 PM 6:30 PM 7:43 PM
13 Wednesday 3 Ramadan 5:13 AM 6:27 AM 12:31 PM 3:54 PM 6:30 PM 7:44 PM
14 Thursday 4 Ramadan 5:12 AM 6:26 AM 12:31 PM 3:54 PM 6:31 PM 7:44 PM
15 Friday 5 Ramadan 5:11 AM 6:25 AM 12:31 PM 3:54 PM 6:31 PM 7:45 PM
16 Saturday 6 Ramadan 5:10 AM 6:24 AM 12:30 PM 3:54 PM 6:31 PM 7:45 PM
17 Sunday 7 Ramadan 5:09 AM 6:23 AM 12:30 PM 3:54 PM 6:32 PM 7:46 PM
18 Monday 8 Ramadan 5:08 AM 6:21 AM 12:30 PM 3:54 PM 6:32 PM 7:46 PM
19 Tuesday 9 Ramadan 5:07 AM 6:20 AM 12:29 PM 3:54 PM 6:33 PM 7:47 PM
20 Wednesday 10 Ramadan 5:06 AM 6:19 AM 12:29 PM 3:54 PM 6:33 PM 7:47 PM
21 Thursday 11 Ramadan 5:05 AM 6:18 AM 12:29 PM 3:53 PM 6:34 PM 7:48 PM
22 Friday 12 Ramadan 5:04 AM 6:17 AM 12:29 PM 3:53 PM 6:34 PM 7:48 PM
23 Saturday 13 Ramadan 5:02 AM 6:16 AM 12:28 PM 3:53 PM 6:35 PM 7:49 PM
24 Sunday 14 Ramadan 5:01 AM 6:15 AM 12:28 PM 3:53 PM 6:35 PM 7:49 PM
25 Monday 15 Ramadan 5:00 AM 6:14 AM 12:28 PM 3:53 PM 6:35 PM 7:50 PM
26 Tuesday 16 Ramadan 4:59 AM 6:13 AM 12:27 PM 3:53 PM 6:36 PM 7:50 PM
27 Wednesday 17 Ramadan 4:58 AM 6:12 AM 12:27 PM 3:53 PM 6:36 PM 7:51 PM
28 Thursday 18 Ramadan 4:57 AM 6:11 AM 12:27 PM 3:53 PM 6:37 PM 7:51 PM
29 Friday 19 Ramadan 4:56 AM 6:10 AM 12:26 PM 3:53 PM 6:37 PM 7:52 PM
30 Saturday 20 Ramadan 4:55 AM 6:09 AM 12:26 PM 3:52 PM 6:38 PM 7:52 PM
31 Sunday 21 Ramadan 4:54 AM 6:08 AM 12:26 PM 3:52 PM 6:38 PM 7:53 PM


Muslim Prayers: Salah timings, Adhan and the Rakat


Salah, which means “prayer” or “supplication, ” is also known as Namaz for non-Arab Muslims. Salah is one of Islam’s five pillars comprising Islam’s fundamental principles and beliefs. Five pillars:

  • Faithful profession (Shahada). It is said that there’s no God other than Allah, and Muhammad (PBUH) is the prophet. Muhammad (PBUH) has been designated as God’s messenger. God.
  • Prayer (Salah)
  • Charity (Zakat)
  • Fasting (Sawm)
  • Pilgrimage (Haj)

Salah is a requirement for all adult Muslims, and the times for prayer are determined by the motion of the Sun and are performed five times per day, in the following order:

  • Fajr: Dawn, before sunrise
  • Dhuhr, the word “midday”, means following the Sun, is at its highest point.
  • Asr: The latter portion of the afternoon
  • Maghrib just after sunset
  • Isha, between sunset and midnight

prayer time Dubai in the Masjid

Muslims can pray from anywhere, but many worship in a congregation at the Masjid. Masjids are places of religious worship and prayer. Prayer in a group can help Muslims realize that humanity is one and everyone is equal before God.


In addition to praying five times daily, there’s a mandatory Friday (Jumuah) Prayer. The congregation recites the prayer and includes a Friday sermon as a substitute for lunch prayers.

Adhan: A call to pray

The call to prayer for the public is known as Adhan. The Adhan is delivered from the mosque by a muezzin, the mosque’s designated prayer caller. In the time of prayer, the muezzin will recite”the following Takbir (glorification in praise of God) “Allahu akbar,” which translates to “Allah is great.”

Why is it essential to the Adhan?

Adhan is offered five times daily to encourage Muslims to observe the obligatory prayer. In countries with extensive Muslim populations, people are expected to listen to the call to prayer in public places. Adhan is usually said from the minaret of masjids. It is performed facing toward the Holy Kaaba in Makkah.

Performing wudu before salah

Wudu is an ablution act of washing your body before praying or reciting prayers or the Holy Quran.

Take a look at this step-by-step tutorial on how to perform wudu.

Rakats in Salah

A rakat comprises the suggested movements and the recitation of the Holy Quran practised by Muslims in praying to Allah. It is also the single element in Islamic prayers.


Fajr salah must be performed in the late evening and just before sunrise. It is comprised of two mandatory rakats, also known as Fard.


Dhuhr salah will be the 2nd day’s prayer and is performed at noon. The prayer is comprised of four mandatory rakats.


Asar salah is performed in the evening and the afternoon after the Dhuhr prayer. The prayer consists of four mandatory rakats.


Maghrib salah must be served at sunset. Magrib salah comprises obligatory three rakats.


The fifth day’s prayer will be Isha salah. It is comprised of four rakats.

There are additional prayers that go along with these five prayers:

Jumuah Prayer (offered each Friday at noon).
Tahjjud Prayer (provided during the first hours of the morning. It is, however, not required).
Tarawih prayer (offered in conjunction with the Isha prayer ) is only performed during Ramadan, the holy month for Muslims. Ramadan).
Eid prayer (offered to Muslims on Eid the Fitr and Eid Al Adha).

Benefits of different positions when performing salah

There are a variety of positions to consider when performing salah. These include Qiyam, Ruku, Sajdah and Tashshhud. There are many benefits to these actions, including:

  1. Qiyam (standing) Qiyam stands for standing. It ensures that blood flow is maintained to the lower part of the body. It also strengthens the leg muscles.
  2. Ruku (bowing) Ruku (bowing): This position is excellent for lower vertebral columns. It helps relieve back discomfort. It involves stretching wrists, elbows, ankles, and knees, creating flexibility in each body part.
  3. Sajdah (prostration) is lowering your knees or prostration toward God toward the Qiblah. It keeps blood flowing to the brain and stimulates the pituitary and pineal glands.
  4. Tashahhud (sitting position) is similar to Vajrasana, an important Yoga posture. It is said to help strengthen the thigh and calf muscles, increase digestion, and keep the spine straight.

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