January 21, 2022 (17 1443 Jumādá al-ākhirah) - Prayer Times Today: Fajr 05:10 AM, Dhuhr 12:07 PM, Asr 03:23 PM, Maghrib 05:49 PM & Isha 07:04 PM. Get accurate Namaz & Salah times with 7 Days and 30 Days Timetable of Prayer Timing.
|01 January 2022||05:05 AM||06:21 AM||11:59 AM||03:13 PM||05:38 PM||06:54 PM|
|02 January 2022||05:05 AM||06:21 AM||12:00 PM||03:14 PM||05:39 PM||06:55 PM|
|03 January 2022||05:05 AM||06:22 AM||12:00 PM||03:14 PM||05:39 PM||06:55 PM|
|04 January 2022||05:06 AM||06:22 AM||12:01 PM||03:15 PM||05:40 PM||06:56 PM|
|05 January 2022||05:06 AM||06:22 AM||12:01 PM||03:15 PM||05:40 PM||06:56 PM|
|06 January 2022||05:07 AM||06:23 AM||12:02 PM||03:16 PM||05:41 PM||06:57 PM|
|07 January 2022||05:07 AM||06:23 AM||12:02 PM||03:16 PM||05:41 PM||06:57 PM|
|08 January 2022||05:07 AM||06:23 AM||12:03 PM||03:17 PM||05:42 PM||06:58 PM|
|09 January 2022||05:08 AM||06:24 AM||12:03 PM||03:18 PM||05:43 PM||06:58 PM|
|10 January 2022||05:08 AM||06:24 AM||12:03 PM||03:18 PM||05:43 PM||06:59 PM|
|11 January 2022||05:08 AM||06:24 AM||12:04 PM||03:19 PM||05:44 PM||06:59 PM|
|12 January 2022||05:09 AM||06:24 AM||12:04 PM||03:19 PM||05:44 PM||07:00 PM|
|13 January 2022||05:09 AM||06:24 AM||12:05 PM||03:20 PM||05:45 PM||07:00 PM|
|14 January 2022||05:09 AM||06:25 AM||12:05 PM||03:20 PM||05:46 PM||07:01 PM|
|15 January 2022||05:09 AM||06:25 AM||12:05 PM||03:21 PM||05:46 PM||07:01 PM|
|16 January 2022||05:10 AM||06:25 AM||12:06 PM||03:21 PM||05:47 PM||07:02 PM|
|17 January 2022||05:10 AM||06:25 AM||12:06 PM||03:22 PM||05:47 PM||07:02 PM|
|18 January 2022||05:10 AM||06:25 AM||12:06 PM||03:22 PM||05:48 PM||07:03 PM|
|19 January 2022||05:10 AM||06:25 AM||12:07 PM||03:22 PM||05:48 PM||07:03 PM|
|20 January 2022||05:10 AM||06:25 AM||12:07 PM||03:23 PM||05:49 PM||07:04 PM|
|21 January 2022||05:10 AM||06:25 AM||12:07 PM||03:23 PM||05:49 PM||07:04 PM|
|22 January 2022||05:11 AM||06:25 AM||12:08 PM||03:24 PM||05:50 PM||07:05 PM|
|23 January 2022||05:11 AM||06:25 AM||12:08 PM||03:24 PM||05:50 PM||07:05 PM|
|24 January 2022||05:11 AM||06:25 AM||12:08 PM||03:25 PM||05:51 PM||07:05 PM|
|25 January 2022||05:11 AM||06:25 AM||12:08 PM||03:25 PM||05:52 PM||07:06 PM|
|26 January 2022||05:11 AM||06:25 AM||12:09 PM||03:25 PM||05:52 PM||07:06 PM|
|27 January 2022||05:11 AM||06:25 AM||12:09 PM||03:26 PM||05:53 PM||07:07 PM|
|28 January 2022||05:11 AM||06:25 AM||12:09 PM||03:26 PM||05:53 PM||07:07 PM|
|29 January 2022||05:11 AM||06:25 AM||12:09 PM||03:26 PM||05:54 PM||07:07 PM|
|30 January 2022||05:11 AM||06:25 AM||12:09 PM||03:27 PM||05:54 PM||07:08 PM|
|31 January 2022||05:11 AM||06:25 AM||12:09 PM||03:27 PM||05:54 PM||07:08 PM|
Muslims believe that through Salah, they can get a chance to communicate with God directly. Among ritual worships, Salah does occupy important position among Muslims for two reasons. It is the core belief of a Muslims. Second, Namaz also prevents an individual from every type of vice or abominations by providing them different chances of direct communication with their creator five times a day, wherein he renews his covenant with Allah and seeks his guidance on a consistent basis.
Namaz is also the first practical manifestation of faith. It is also the foremost basic foundation for the prosperity and success of its believers. Not only does Namaz keep an individual on the spiritual path and directly connected with God, it also keeps the body in motion and physically active. It also serves as a healthy physical movement. It is the most important of all rituals of Islam. It is evident that Namaz serves to be the most connective and spiritual ritual of Islam.
A country in South East Asia that has a significant Muslim population is Philippines. Within Philippines, Muslim population is reported as being 6% of the overall population. According to a 2015 report of Philippine Statistics Authority, there are nearly 5.1 million Muslims in the Philippines. However, as per a 2012 estimate by the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF), there were 10.7 million Muslims or nearly 11% of the total population. Most of the Muslims live in parts of Mindanao, Palawan, and the Sulu Archipelago. Some have migrated to urban and rural areas in various parts of the country. However, most of the Muslim Filipinos practice Sunni Islam as per the Shafi'i school.
Muslims in Philippines are also regular when it comes to Namaz timings. Allah has instructed Muslims across the world to pray five times a day from dawn to dusk. Fajr is recited before sunrise, Zuhr is recited at afternoon, Asr is recited late afternoon while Maghrib is recited just after sunset. Isha is recited at night. Part of the wisdom behind offering the prayers at these times is that people would not get bogged down. This will only happen if they all had to be done at once. Blessed be Allaah, the Wisest of judges.
Our Prayer time Philippines page has been created to fulfill the requirement of online users that are either working or have been travelling or are unable to access Philippines Namaz time of their specific city location. Parhlo’s prayer time Philippines online page will provides people of Philippines Namaz time from Fajr to Isha of all cities in the country. Viewers can also check the schedule of prayer timings of your specific city from this page. Within this context, every big or small city of Philippines has been covered and proper prayer timings schedule is also provided so you don’t have to miss out on any prayer. You can also bookmark the prayer timings schedule on your smartphone or laptop easily and can also get the required notifications on time.
Famous mosques in Philippines
Philippines comprises of thousands of mosques. Some of the mosques are very famous due to their size, beauty, architecture and history. Name of some of the most famous mosques in Philippines are provided below:
Disclaimer: Our team has tried its level best to provide people of Philippines Namaz time as per the local time-zone of their city. Any typing, human error or bad source is also possible. As a result, it is certainly better to reconcile the information provided for prayer time Philippines on our website from your local mosque. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, If there is any issue/concern.