Prayer Times In Glasgow
You can access up-to-date prayer times Glasgow on Muslim-Salah. Here are today’s prayer times for Glasgow below. If you are looking for prayer times Glasgow, you can also access monthly time table for prayer times in Glasgow below:
NAMAZ TIME IN GLASGOW
Namaz time for Glasgow (Prayer time for Birmingham) have been sourced using verified calculation methods.
Fajr Time in Glasgow: Fajr namaz time in Glasgow is the first prayer to start your day and you should perform before sunrise at true dawn in remembrance of Allah (s.w.t.). Fajr prayer (namaz) consists of 2 rakat Farz and 2 rakat Sunnat.
Dhuhr Time in Glasgow: Dhuhr prayer time in Glasgow is before or after noon, depending on the time of year. It is a short break prayer in a day to seek His guidance. Dhuhr prayer (namaz) consists of 4 rakat Sunnat, 4 rakat Farz, 2 rakat Sunnat and 2 rakat Nafl.
Asr Time in Glasgow: Asr prayer consists of 4 rakat Sunnat and 4 rakat Farz and asr prayer time in Glasgow is a prayer that takes place in the late afternoon.
Maghrib Time in Glasgow: Maghrib namaz time in Glasgow is the fourth daily prayer. It takes place after the sun has set. Magrhrib prayer consists of 3 rakat Farz and 2 rakat Sunnat.
Isha Time in Glasgow: Isha prayer consists of 4 rakat Farz, 4 rakat Sunnat, 2 rakat Sunnat and 2 rakat Sunnat and isha time in Glasgow is the last prayer of the day.
IMPORTANCE OF PRAYER TIMES
Narrated Abdullah ibn Mas’ud:
”I asked the Prophet (s.a.v.) “Which deed is the dearest to Allah?” He replied, “To offer the prayers at their early stated fixed times.”
If you cannot perform your prayer during the prayer times, the prayer will be missed, that known as Qadaa. There may be situations in which it is not possible for Muslims to perform their prayers during prayer times. In this case, the prayer should be performed as soon as possible.
”The Prophet (s.a.v.) said, “If anyone forgets a prayer he should pray that prayer when he remembers it. There is no expiation except to pray the same.” Then he recited: “Establish prayer for My (i.e. Allah’s) remembrance.” (Al-Bukhari)
”Umar came cursing the disbelievers (of Quraish) on the day of Al-Khandaq (the battle of Trench) and said, “I could not offer the `Asr prayer till the sun had set. Then we went to Buthan and he offered the (`Asr) prayer after sunset and then he offered the Maghrib prayer.” (Al-Bukhari)
LISTS OF MOSQUES (MASJIDS) IN GLASGOW
Muslims do not need a particular place to pray. However as it says in the hadith, it is important to come together with Muslim communities to perform prayers.
“Prayer (Salah-Namaz) in congregation is twenty-seven times more rewarding than a Salah performed individually.” (Al-Bukhari)