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Prayer Time Ajman: Islamic Prayer Timings of April 2024

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Welcome to our Prayer Time Ajman guide for April 2024. If you live in Ajman or are just visiting, knowing prayer times is really important for Muslims. We make it easy for you to find out when to pray every day. Our blog is simple, so everyone can understand. We want to help you keep up with your prayers without any hassle.

Here, you’ll find all the prayer times for Ajman this month. Let’s get started and make sure you don’t miss any prayers!

Prayer Time Ajman for April 2024

1Friday20Shaban5:25 AM6:38 AM12:34 PM3:53 PM6:24 PM7:38 PM
2Saturday21Shaban5:24 AM6:37 AM12:34 PM3:53 PM6:25 PM7:38 PM
3Sunday22Shaban5:23 AM6:36 AM12:34 PM3:53 PM6:25 PM7:39 PM
4Monday23Shaban5:22 AM6:35 AM12:33 PM3:53 PM6:26 PM7:39 PM
5Tuesday24Shaban5:21 AM6:34 AM12:33 PM3:53 PM6:26 PM7:40 PM
6Wednesday25Shaban5:20 AM6:34 AM12:33 PM3:53 PM6:27 PM7:40 PM
7Thursday26Shaban5:19 AM6:33 AM12:33 PM3:53 PM6:27 PM7:41 PM
8Friday27Shaban5:18 AM6:32 AM12:32 PM3:53 PM6:28 PM7:41 PM
9Saturday28Shaban5:17 AM6:31 AM12:32 PM3:54 PM6:28 PM7:42 PM
10Sunday29Shaban5:16 AM6:30 AM12:32 PM3:54 PM6:29 PM7:42 PM
11Monday30Shaban5:15 AM6:29 AM12:32 PM3:54 PM6:29 PM7:43 PM
12Tuesday1Ramadan5:14 AM6:28 AM12:31 PM3:54 PM6:30 PM7:43 PM
13Wednesday2Ramadan5:13 AM6:27 AM12:31 PM3:54 PM6:30 PM7:44 PM
14Thursday3Ramadan5:12 AM6:26 AM12:31 PM3:54 PM6:31 PM7:44 PM
15Friday4Ramadan5:11 AM6:25 AM12:31 PM3:54 PM6:31 PM7:45 PM
16Saturday5Ramadan5:10 AM6:24 AM12:30 PM3:54 PM6:31 PM7:45 PM
17Sunday6Ramadan5:09 AM6:23 AM12:30 PM3:54 PM6:32 PM7:46 PM
18Monday7Ramadan5:08 AM6:21 AM12:30 PM3:54 PM6:32 PM7:46 PM
19Tuesday8Ramadan5:07 AM6:20 AM12:29 PM3:54 PM6:33 PM7:47 PM
20Wednesday9Ramadan5:06 AM6:19 AM12:29 PM3:54 PM6:33 PM7:47 PM
21Thursday10Ramadan5:05 AM6:18 AM12:29 PM3:53 PM6:34 PM7:48 PM
22Friday11Ramadan5:04 AM6:17 AM12:29 PM3:53 PM6:34 PM7:48 PM
23Saturday12Ramadan5:02 AM6:16 AM12:28 PM3:53 PM6:35 PM7:49 PM
24Sunday13Ramadan5:01 AM6:15 AM12:28 PM3:53 PM6:35 PM7:49 PM
25Monday14Ramadan5:00 AM6:14 AM12:28 PM3:53 PM6:35 PM7:50 PM
26Tuesday15Ramadan4:59 AM6:13 AM12:27 PM3:53 PM6:36 PM7:50 PM
27Wednesday16Ramadan4:58 AM6:12 AM12:27 PM3:53 PM6:36 PM7:51 PM
28Thursday17Ramadan4:57 AM6:11 AM12:27 PM3:53 PM6:37 PM7:51 PM
29Friday18Ramadan4:56 AM6:10 AM12:26 PM3:53 PM6:37 PM7:52 PM
30Saturday19Ramadan4:55 AM6:09 AM12:26 PM3:52 PM6:38 PM7:52 PM
31Sunday20Ramadan4:54 AM6:08 AM12:26 PM3:52 PM6:38 PM7:53 PM

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The Ritual of Salah and Islam

Muslims throughout the world offer five prayers known as follows;

  1. Fajr, or the early morning prayer
  2. Dhuhr, or the midday prayer
  3. Asr or the afternoon prayer
  4. Maghrib, or the evening prayer
  5. Isha, or the night prayer

Every Muslim is supposed to offer them on time facing Qibla or the Holy Kabba in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It is also essential to offer them on time before their designated time expires. A Muslim can still offer them after the expiry of time, but it is considered a sin, and without any valid reason, no Muslim is permitted to skip even a single prayer.

The Timings of The Daily Prayer

Prayer timings are determined by the sun’s movement and change throughout the year. With technological advancement, determining the exact prayer time anywhere in the world is easier than ever.

You have apps and websites that will tell you the accurate prayer time. Similarly, one can find out the direction of Qibla with the help of these apps. The sun, however, remains the primary reference for determining prayer times.

The methods of determining prayer timings also vary. Generally, Muslims follow the following four schools of Islamic jurisprudence;

  1. Hanafi
  2. Sha’fai
  3. Maaliki
  4. Humbuli

Based on the teachings of the founders of these schools of thought, Muslims today calculate the prayer timings according to the area where they live.

The Umm Al-Qura in Saudi Arabia, the Egyptian General Authority, and the Muslim World League are some organizations that have laid down methods for determining prayer timings that Muslims follow.

With that, let’s look at the prayer time Ajman for all five prayers.


It is the early morning prayer and is offered before sunrise. The time typically starts when dawn breaks and ends when the sun rises.


It is the midday prayer, and its time signifies the sun’s highest point in the sky during the day. Now, we don’t have to look at the sun or see the length of our shadows as we have devices that give us the exact time beforehand.


Asr is the afternoon prayer, which typically starts when the sun is halfway down from noon to sunset.


Maghrib is the evening prayer, and its time commences at sunset and lasts until Isha or when the sky turns dark.


Isha is the last prayer of the day, and its time starts when darkness has pervaded the sky and lasts till Fajr. But, Muslims are advised to offer Isha before midnight.

Jummah or Friday Prayer

On Fridays, Muslims congregate in mosques in large numbers to offer Jummah prayers in mosques. On Friday, the Dhuhr prayer is replaced by Jummah, and Muslims attach great importance to it. The timing of the Jummah prayer is the same as Dhuhr, only its execution is different.

Another highlight of Jummah prayer time Ajman is the sermon delivered by the Sheikh or the Imam, who leads the prayers on different topics related to Islam and Muslims that everyone listens to with reverence as tries to rekindle their connection with Allah (SWT).

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The Execution Of Prayers

The Salah consists of different movements that a believer performs. It includes standing upright (Qiyam), kneeling (rukoh), prostration (sujood), sitting posture (tash’hud), and ending with a Salam.

These movements are performed repeatedly throughout the prayer, and when a believer finishes one successful round of these movements, he is said to have completed one raka’t. Each prayer comprises different raka’t with a minimum of 2 raka’ts.

The Conditions For Offering Prayers

A Muslim needs to fulfill certain conditions before praying. These conditions range from wearing clean clothes to facing the Ka’ba. One critical condition is the ablution or Wa’dhu.

It is the ritualistic cleaning of one’s hands, arms, face, and feet as instructed by the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him). Without ablution, the prayer will remain null and void.

The Importance of Prayers in Islam

Islam has laid strong emphasis on the execution of these five prayers. It remains one of the cornerstones of the Muslim faith, and Allah (SWT) has ordained the maximum number of times in the Quran, more than any other ritual or obligation, to follow the prayer routine strictly.

The Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) has also instructed his followers to offer these prayers without missing any. There are hundreds of narrations where He admonishes his followers for skipping prayers and prophesying bounties here and the hereafter to those who offer them.

That is why Muslims in Ajman, the UAE, and elsewhere attach great importance to prayers and incorporate them into their lives to appease Allah (SWT) and His Prophet (Peace be Upon Him).

The Daily Prayers: Keys To the Paradise

We are sure you found our prayer time Ajman blog instructive, inspiring, and educative. You are now aware of prayer timings and their importance in the Islamic faith.

Prayers bring Muslims together; no matter what their ethnicity, they all perform prayers facing Ka’ba five times a day. It is the unifying force of Islam, and they hold it in high esteem.


Q: Where can I find the prayer time, Ajman?

A: Nowadays, finding prayer times is not difficult at all. You can check them online through websites. There are also apps for this purpose that will alert you when prayer time starts.

Q: Can I pray only in the mosque?

A: For men, offering Salah in the mosque with other believers is encouraged and appreciated in Islam, but you can also offer it individually.

Q: Can I pray only after the call for prayer or the Azan?

A: The call for prayer is for Muslims to offer prayer in congregation. You can offer your Salah before that call if you plan on offering prayer individually. However, you must ensure that the time for your particular Salah has set in.

Q: Do the prayer times remain static throughout the year?

A: No, they keep changing as prayer timings are determined by the Sun and its movement, so these timings also keep changing accordingly.

Q: What if I don’t offer my prayer?

A: It is forbidden to skip a prayer without a valid reason. You are supposed to offer prayer even when you are ill or unable to move. As a Muslim, you must see that you pray with devotion.

Rawiyah Hadiyah
Rawiyah Hadiyah
Rawiyah Hadiyah Bishara is a Dubai resident and passionate blogger specializing in all things UAE. With an insider's knowledge of Dubai and the UAE, she brings to life the vibrant culture, attractions, and hidden gems of this remarkable destination. Rawiyah's engaging content invites travelers and locals alike to explore the UAE's wonders.

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