what are the prayer times in 2022?


CALENDAR PRAYER TIMES. During the fasting month of Ramadan, practicing Muslims are required to perform five prayers a day. One of them is breaking the fast, otherwise iftar. Here is a calendar of (approximate) prayer times for Ramadan 2022.

[Mis à jour le 31 mars 2022 à 10h54] According to astronomical calculations, the fasting month of Ramadan should begin on Saturday, April 2. During this period, “iftar” is the highlight of the fasting day: it is a daily meal for breaking the fast for the practitioners of Islam. Friendly, even celebratory moment. On Saturday 2 April, if this Ramadan start date is confirmed, it will take place at 20:26 Paris time, for example. Please note that the schedule may vary by up to an hour depending on the geographic location. Dawn and sunset do not occur at the same time everywhere in France. Detailed information about iftar.

Prayers are very important in the month of Muslim fasting, which is not only forbidden. Believers in Islam do dedicate themselves to introspection, reflection and reflection on their situation as well as their relationships with others. Prayer several times a day is part of the moral precepts of Ramadan. And these prayers really brighten the day:

  • fair : morning prayer. This is the first obligatory prayer of the day. This marks the beginning of a ban on food and drink that will last all day. This occurs after imsak, a period during which the believer can still eat, and after suhoor, the “morning meal”.
  • Zur : early afternoon prayer.
  • Asser : Afternoon prayer.
  • Maghreb : a prayer to practice at sunset.
  • Isha : a prayer to be done before midnight

Recall that the start date of Ramadan 2022, according to astronomical forecasts, is estimated around April 2 this year, and it should end around May 2. here April prayer times in the month of Ramadan for the city of Paris (according to the Great Mosque of Paris). The times of the Maghreb, the prayer associated with breaking the fast, that is, iftar (more precise explanations below), are in bold.

APRIL ERJF DHUHR ACER MAGRIB ICHA
Saturday 2 5:48 13:55 17:29 20:26 21:49
Sunday 3 5:46 13:55 17:30 20:27 21:51
Monday 4 5:44 13:55 17:30 20:29 21:52
Tuesday 5 5:42 13:54 17:31 8:30 p.m. 21:54
Wednesday 6 5:39 13:54 17:32 20:32 21:55
Thursday 7 5:37 13:54 17:33 20:33 21:57
Friday 8 5:35 13:54 17:33 20:35 21:59
Saturday 9 5:33 13:53 17:34 20:36 10:00 p.m.
Sunday 10 5:30 13:53 17:35 20:38 22:02
Monday 11 5:28 13:53 17:35 20:39 22:03
Tuesday 12 5:26 13:52 17:36 20:41 22:05
Wednesday 13 5:24 13:52 17:37 20:42 22:07
Thursday 14 5:22 13:52 17:37 20:44 22:08
Friday 15 5:19 13:52 17:38 20:45 22:10
Saturday 16 5:17 13:51 17:39 20:47 22:12
Sunday 17 5:15 am 13:51 17:39 20:48 22:13
Monday 18 5:13 am 13:51 17:40 20:50 22:15
Tuesday 19 5:10 am 13:51 17:41 20:51 22:17
Wednesday 20 5:08 13:51 17:41 20:53 22:18
Thursday 21 5:06 13:50 17:42 20:54 22:20
Friday 22 5:04 13:50 17:42 20:55 22:22
Saturday 23 5:01 13:50 17:43 20:57 22:24
Sunday 24 4:59 13:50 17:44 20:58 22:25
Monday 25 4:57 13:50 17:44 9:00 p.m. 22:27
Tuesday 26 4:55 13:49 17:45 21:01 22:29
Wednesday 27 4:52 13:49 17:45 21:03 22:31
Thursday 28 4:50 13:49 17:46 21:04 22:32
Friday 29 4:48 13:49 17:47 21:06 22:34
Saturday 30 4:46 13:49 17:47 21:07 22:36
MAY ERJF DHUHR ACER MAGRIB ICHA
Sunday 1 future future future future future
Monday 2 future future future future future

Consult, in particular, the calendar and the key times for prayer on the day of fasting, Maghreb, at the end of the day, at sunset. It marks the time iftar, the time when those who practice Ramadan can have dinner. All the prayers of the day of Ramadan follow the movement of the sun, since the time of fasting is determined by dawn and nightfall. Therefore, Muslims following Ramadan must have an accurate calendar of prayer times handy, as the time changes every day due to the length of the day until the summer solstice.

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