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Multan Prayer Times – Today Fajr, Duhr, Asr & Maghrib and Isha Timings



Multan Prayer Times

Multan Prayer Times – This page presents the prayer schedule for Multan, indicating the times for the five obligatory prayers required daily. Residents of Multan can refer to this timetable to ensure they observe their prayers at the designated times.

Whether it’s Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, or Isha, Multan prayer times allow Muslims to find solace and peace amidst the chaos of city life, providing them with a moment of reflection, devotion, and tranquility. By staying informed and adhering to the prescribed prayer timings, the Muslim community in Multan can enhance their spiritual journey, foster a sense of unity, and strengthen their bond with their Creator Allah Almighty.

Multan prayer timings of all five prayers are given on this page. Which are

  • Fajar Namaz time in Multan
  • Zuhar Namaz time in Multan
  • Asar Namaz time in Multan
  • Maghrib Namaz time in Multan
  • Isha Namaz time in Multan

Sunni Prayer Timing of Multan (Fiqh e Hanafi) 15 Apr 2024 to 14 May 2024

Apr 15 202404:23 AM05:45 AM12:14 PM03:49 PM06:43 PM08:05 PM
Apr 16 202404:22 AM05:44 AM12:14 PM03:49 PM06:44 PM08:06 PM
Apr 17 202404:20 AM05:42 AM12:14 PM03:49 PM06:45 PM08:07 PM
Apr 18 202404:19 AM05:41 AM12:13 PM03:49 PM06:45 PM08:08 PM
Apr 19 202404:18 AM05:40 AM12:13 PM03:49 PM06:46 PM08:09 PM
Apr 20 202404:16 AM05:39 AM12:13 PM03:49 PM06:47 PM08:09 PM
Apr 21 202404:15 AM05:38 AM12:13 PM03:49 PM06:47 PM08:10 PM
Apr 22 202404:14 AM05:37 AM12:13 PM03:49 PM06:48 PM08:11 PM
Apr 23 202404:13 AM05:36 AM12:12 PM03:49 PM06:49 PM08:12 PM
Apr 24 202404:11 AM05:35 AM12:12 PM03:49 PM06:49 PM08:13 PM
Apr 25 202404:10 AM05:34 AM12:12 PM03:49 PM06:50 PM08:14 PM
Apr 26 202404:09 AM05:33 AM12:12 PM03:48 PM06:51 PM08:15 PM
Apr 27 202404:08 AM05:32 AM12:12 PM03:48 PM06:51 PM08:16 PM
Apr 28 202404:07 AM05:31 AM12:12 PM03:48 PM06:52 PM08:16 PM
Apr 29 202404:05 AM05:30 AM12:11 PM03:48 PM06:52 PM08:17 PM
Apr 30 202404:04 AM05:29 AM12:11 PM03:48 PM06:53 PM08:18 PM
May 01 202404:03 AM05:29 AM12:11 PM03:48 PM06:54 PM08:19 PM
May 02 202404:02 AM05:28 AM12:11 PM03:48 PM06:54 PM08:20 PM
May 03 202404:01 AM05:27 AM12:11 PM03:48 PM06:55 PM08:21 PM
May 04 202404:00 AM05:26 AM12:11 PM03:48 PM06:56 PM08:22 PM
May 05 202403:59 AM05:25 AM12:11 PM03:48 PM06:56 PM08:23 PM
May 06 202403:58 AM05:24 AM12:11 PM03:48 PM06:57 PM08:24 PM
May 07 202403:57 AM05:24 AM12:11 PM03:48 PM06:58 PM08:25 PM
May 08 202403:56 AM05:23 AM12:11 PM03:48 PM06:58 PM08:26 PM
May 09 202403:55 AM05:22 AM12:11 PM03:48 PM06:59 PM08:27 PM
May 10 202403:54 AM05:21 AM12:11 PM03:48 PM07:00 PM08:27 PM
May 11 202403:53 AM05:21 AM12:11 PM03:48 PM07:00 PM08:28 PM
May 12 202403:52 AM05:20 AM12:10 PM03:48 PM07:01 PM08:29 PM
May 13 202403:51 AM05:19 AM12:10 PM03:48 PM07:02 PM08:30 PM
May 14 202403:50 AM05:19 AM12:10 PM03:48 PM07:02 PM08:31 PM

Note: All Timings are Beginning Times

Disclaimer: Please note there is a 01 minute preventative difference in namaz timing.

There is a slight difference in the timings for namaz based on different Islamic traditions.

Todays Multan Shia Prayer Timings (Fiqh e Jafria) (15 Apr 2024 to 14 May 2024)

15 Apr 202404:3405:4712:1415:4918:5719:45
16 Apr 202404:3205:4612:1415:4918:5719:46
17 Apr 202404:3105:4512:1415:4918:5819:47
18 Apr 202404:3005:4412:1315:4918:5919:48
19 Apr 202404:2905:4312:1315:4918:5919:48
20 Apr 202404:2705:4212:1315:4819:0019:49
21 Apr 202404:2605:4112:1315:4819:0119:50
22 Apr 202404:2505:3912:1315:4819:0119:51
23 Apr 202404:2405:3812:1215:4819:0219:52
24 Apr 202404:2205:3712:1215:4819:0319:52
25 Apr 202404:2105:3612:1215:4819:0319:53
26 Apr 202404:2005:3512:1215:4819:0419:54
27 Apr 202404:1905:3512:1215:4819:0519:55
28 Apr 202404:1805:3412:1215:4819:0519:56
29 Apr 202404:1705:3312:1115:4819:0619:56
30 Apr 202404:1505:3212:1115:4819:0719:57
01 May 202404:1405:3112:1115:4819:0719:58
02 May 202404:1305:3012:1115:4819:0819:59
03 May 202404:1205:2912:1115:4819:0920:00
04 May 202404:1105:2812:1115:4819:1020:01
05 May 202404:1005:2712:1115:4819:1020:01
06 May 202404:0905:2712:1115:4819:1120:02
07 May 202404:0805:2612:1115:4719:1220:03
08 May 202404:0705:2512:1115:4719:1220:04
09 May 202404:0605:2412:1115:4719:1320:05
10 May 202404:0505:2412:1115:4719:1420:06
11 May 202404:0405:2312:1115:4719:1420:06
12 May 202404:0305:2212:1015:4719:1520:07
13 May 202404:0205:2212:1015:4719:1620:08
14 May 202404:0105:2112:1015:4719:1620:09

Note: All Timings are Beginning Times

Disclaimer: Please note there is a 01 minute preventative difference in namaz timing.

Multan Prayer Timings and Importance

If you are living in Multan or staying for a while in the city then the Namaz and Azan schedule will help you to offer prayer accordingly. Fajr Multan Salaat timing, Dhuhur Multan Salaat timing, Asr Multan Salaat timing, Maghrib Multan Salaat timing, and Isha Multan Salaat timing are available on this page.

An accurate and authentic prayer timing schedule is essential for any Muslim. Therefore, Multan prayer timings schedule is developed for Muslims who are living or currently staying in the city. Muslims offering daily prayers can take benefit of this Multan prayer timings schedule. Moreover, people who do not have the access to their nearest mosques or prayer areas can also take advantage of Multan prayer timings.

The Multan prayer times provided on Explore it Beyond are updated regularly according to the University of Islamic Sciences, Karachi. Furthermore, you can also access Makrooh time updates, including Multan Tahajjud time, with complete details of start and end times here.

Observing prayer times, especially during Ramadan, holds significant importance for Muslims worldwide. During this sacred month, Muslims fast from dawn till dusk and engage in additional prayers and acts of worship. Therefore, people who are willing to spend there ramadan in Multan can also check the Multan Ramadan Timings.

Praying Right Namaz

  • Fajr has total of 4 rakats, 2 sunnah and 2 Farz.
  • Duhr has 12 rakats: 4 Sunnah, 4 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 Nafl.
  • Asr has a total of 8 rakats, 4 Sunnah and 4 Nafl.
  • Maghrib has a total of 7 rakats, 3 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 Nafl.
  • Isha has total of 17 rakats: 4 Sunnah, 4 Fard, 2 Sunnah, 2 Nafl, 3 Witr, and 2 Nafl. Moreover, Dua e Qunoot is recited with Witr prayer as our Beloved Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) used to read Dua Qunoot in with Namaz regularly. Therefore, you can also get complete translation and understanding of Dua e Qunoot on Explore it Beyond.

Prayer Timings for Other Cities

Residents can check out timings for cities in other parts of Pakistan. These include:

Famous Mosques in Multan

Multan is a predominantly Muslim city with 95% Muslim residents. Due to this, there are a lot of beautiful masjids present here. There are,

  • Shahi Eid Gah Masjid
  • Al Muzaffar Masjid
  • Abdali Masjid
  • Jamia Masjid Anwara Madina
  • Alkhair Masjid
  • Masjid Farooq -e- Azam

Importance of Prayers (Namaz)

It is mandatory for all Muslims to offer the Namaz. Namaz (Salah) is called the second pillar of Islam from the five pillars of Islam. It is said in Holy Quran 700 times to Muslims to offer namaz. Apart from this, many hadiths of our Holy Prophet Hazrat  Muhammad (SAW) show us the importance of prayers.

Importance of Prayers (Namaz) By Quran

When you go forth journeying in the land, there is no blame on you if you shorten the Prayer, (especially) if you fear that the unbelievers might cause you harm. Surely the unbelievers are your open enemies.” (4:101)

Another Ayat;

And establish prayer and give zakah, and whatever good you put forward for yourselves – you will find it with Allah. Indeed, Allah of what you do, is Seeing.” (2:110)

Importance of Prayers (Namaz) By Hadiths,

Imam As-Sadiq (peace be upon him) said: One obligatory prayer is better than performing Hajj twenty times, and the performance of one Hajj is better than giving away a house full of gold.” (Biharul Anwar, Volume 82, Page 227)

How Long Should Each Prayer (Salah) Take?

Nowadays, many Muslims won’t offer prayer because they though it takes a lot of time. But it is not true. It is right that life has become very busy in this advanced world. But offering namaz is mandatory. All the prayers collectively take less than 1 hour.

Fajr: Fajr has 4 rakats. So, this prayer won’t take longer than 5 to 7 minutes.

Zuhr: Dhuhr has 12 rakatsIt takes only 15 minutes.

Asr: Asr has total of 8 rakats. So, this prayer only takes 10 minutes.

Maghrib: Maghrib has 7 rakats. So, Maghrib takes only 10 minutes.

Isha: Isha is the largest prayer with 17 rakats. But it also won’t take longer than 20 minutes. 

All the prayers collectively take less than 1 hour. Furthermore, Namaz (Salah) is a beautiful way to establish a connection with Allah Almighty. 

What is the 5 namaz timetable Multan Today?

Here are the 5 salah timings Multan

  1. Time for Fajr prayer in Multan 04:23 AM
  2. Dhuhur namaz time Multan 12:14 PM
  3. Asr prayer time Multan 03:49 PM
  4. Maghrib namaz time in Multan 06:43 PM
  5. Isha timings in Multan 08:05 PM

What is Fajr prayer time in Multan Pakistan?

Pakistan Fajr time Multan today is 04:23 AM.

What is Zuhr Time in Multan?

Zuhr Salah timings are 12:14 PM.

What is Asr time in Multan?

Asr Salah timings are 03:49 PM.

What time is Maghrib Azan time in Multan?

Today Maghrib time in Multan is 06:43 PM.

What are the Isha timings in Multan?

Isha prayer time Multan is 08:05 PM.

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