Before discussing prayer time Abu Dhabi, everybody must know that Muslims say five prayers in a day. These prayers are named Fajar, Dhuhur, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha. The Muslim community fixes the timing for every prayer according to the sunrise and sunset.
Prayer Time Abu Dhabi
Prayer time varies from city to city as well as country to the county due to the time difference. We publish here the monthly schedule. You can check every day Abu Dhabi prayer time from this post. Sunrise timing is also included in this schedule. We update this schedule of prayer time in Abu Dhabi every month. so it is accurate and updated. You can trust it.
Mosques in Abu Dhabi
There are hundreds of mosques in Abu Dhabi where millions of Muslims say their prayers five times daily. Jumma prayer is also performed there. Sheikh Zayed Mosque is the most famous in the city. If we talk about prayer time in Abu Dhabi, it is almost the same in all mosques. You can use the above-stated prayer timing schedule for the whole city.
Azan Time Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi prayer time given here is Jamat time, while Azan is called before Jamat. After Azan Muslims rush to mosques as it is a call from their Allah. It is necessary to make Wudhu before saying Salwat. We have explained the procedure to make Wudu here.
How to Make Wudhu?
After knowing the prayer time in Abu Dhabi, you should reach your nearest mosque in time and make your Wudhu by following these steps.
Step1: Recite BISMILLAH before making wudhu.
Step2: Wash both hands up to wrists three times.
Step3: Now gargle your mouth three times.
Step4: Then take water up to the nostrils and clean your nose three times with the left hand.
Step5: Wash your complete face three times.
Step6: Now wash both hands including the elbows three times.
Step7: After washing elbows, make “Khalil” of the fingers on time.
Step8: In this step, you will have to wet the hands and fingers and pass them over the head, ears, and nape. Then perform Masah of inside of both ears with index fingers one time.
Step9: In the end, wash your both feet up to your ankles three times.
This is the complete procedure of Wudu. Now you are ready to say prayer according to the prayer time in Abu Dhabi.
Number of Rakah for Each Prayer
You are now well informed about prayer time in Abu Dhabi, also know the procedure of Wudu. Please also remember the number of Rakah of prayers.
* There are two rakats Sunnat and two Fard in Fajar prayer.
* In Dhuhar you will say four Rakat Sunnat first. Then four Fard followed by two Sunnat and Two rakats Nafl.
* We say four Rakat Sunnat and Four Rakat Fard in Asr.
* There are three Fard, two Rakat Sunnat, and two nafl in Maghrib.
* Isha prayer is consists of four Rakat Sunnat, four Fard, two Sunnat, two Rakat Nafil, three Witter, and two Rakat Nafil.
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Azan With English Translation
Azan is a call for prayer that is said loudly before every prayer. Azan with English translation is given below.
- Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, (Allah is great)
- Ashhadu An la ilaha illallah, Ashhadu An la ilaha illallah, (I bear witness that there is no God except Allah)
- Ashadu Anna Muhammad Ar Rasool Allah, Ashadu Anna Muhammad Ar Rasool Allah, (I bear witness that Muhammad (PBUH) is the messenger of Allah)
- Hayya’ ala-s-Salah, Hayya’ ala-s-Salah, (Hurry to the prayer)
- Hayya’ ala-l-Falah, Hayya’ ala-l-Falah, (Hurry to success)
- Assalatu khairum-minan-naum, (Prayer is better than sleep. Only for Fajaz Azan.)
- Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, (Allah is Great)
- La ilaha illallah, (There is no God except Allah)
Abu Dhabi Ramadan Schedule 2022
You can check Abu Dhabi Ramadan schedule in this calendar.
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Medical Benefits of Prayer
Prayer has a lot of medical benefits as well as spiritual. The different positions that we adopt in prayer like Qiyam, Ruku, Sajdah, and Tashshhud are very useful for our physical and mental health.
In this standing position, the flow of blood to the lower portion of the body increases that causing the strengthening of the leg muscles.
It is a unique posture that is good for the lower vertebral column. It is beneficial for avoiding back pain. Our elbows, wrists, knees, and ankles become strong due to such kind of exercise.
In the position of Sajdah, blood circulation towards our brain increases. It stimulates the pituitary gland and pineal gland. As a result, the brain becomes strong.
This is a similar sitting position to the important Yoga position ‘Vajrasana’. It strengthens the thigh muscles and calf muscles, improves digestion, and keeps the spine straight.