Do you sometimes miss Namaz because you live far from a mosque or an Azan tower? You don’t have to worry about this because we provide accurate Rawalpindi prayer times here. It will help you to offer prayers at their preferred times without being late. Moreover, the blessings of Allah Almighty will also shower on you when you offer Salah.
Today Rawalpindi Prayer Times
Today, Rawalpindi prayer times are
Rawalpindi – twin cities – a beautiful city in the north-central part of Pakistan’s heart of Punjab province. It is called twin city because it is very close to Pakistan’s capital Islamabad. The total population of Rawalpindi district is about 2.37 million (2023 Celsius), and the people of this city is increasing at a rate of about 2.1 percent per year.
Rawalpindi has a long and rich history. The city was founded in the 15th century by the Gakhar tribe, and the Mughals, the Sikhs, and the British later ruled it. Rawalpindi was an essential military base during the British Raj, and it was the headquarters of the North-West Frontier Province.
There are many historic and beautiful destinations that attract the tourists. Some of the famous ones are Rawalpindi Fort which is a 16th-century fort, built by the Mughals. Furthermore, Liaqat Bagh, a beautiful garden with a lake and a number of Mughal-era buildings, is also worth seeing.
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Mosques in Rawalpindi
The maximum population of this city is Muslims, about 94.7%. Therefore, many beautiful mosques are present here. Some of them are
- Zeeshan Mosque
- Jamia Masjid Abbasi
- Markazi Jamia Masjid
- Masjid e Ashab-e-Suffa
- Jamia Islamia Masjid
In big cities, a difference of one or two minutes is observed in nearby areas due to the large geographical area. But the Rawalpindi prayer times provided on theprayertimings.com are made so that almost everyone in Rawalpindi can benefit from it. If you want to check prayer times in other cities, you can quickly check them on theprayertimings.com.
Importance of Namaz
Namaz (prayers) is mandatory for every Muslim. In Quran, several verses are present that tell us about namaz’s importance namaz.
“Maintain with care the [obligatory] prayers and [in particular] the middle prayer and stand before Allah, devoutly obedient.” (2:238).
“And if you fear [an enemy, then pray] on foot or riding. But when you are secure, then remember Allah [in prayer], as He has taught you that which you did not [previously] know.” (2:239)
The Rawalpindi prayer times provided here are according to the University of Islamic Sciences (Karachi). Now, it’s entirely up to offer prayers at their times. Furthermore, when you perform salah, Allah Almighty will bless you.