रविवार, 8 नवंबर 2009


Muslims observe five formal prayers each day.The timings of these prayers are spaced are paced fairly evenly throughout the day , so that one is constantly reminded of God and given opportunities to seek his guidance and forgiveness.

Muslims observe the formal prayers at the following times :-

Fajr ( Pre-Dwan ) : The prayer starts off the day with the remembrance of God and it is performed before sunsrise.

Dhuhr ( Noon ) : After the day's work has begun , one breaks shortly after noon to again remember God and see his guidance.

Asr ( Afternoon ) : In the late afternoon, people are usually busy wrapping up the day's work , getting kids home from school , etc .It is an important time to take a few minutes to remember God and the greater meaning of our lives.

Maghrib ( Sunset ) : Just after the sun goes down , Muslims remember God again as the day begins to come to a close.

Isha ( Evening ) : Before retiring for the night , Muslims again take time to remember God's presence , guidance , mercy and forgiveness.

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