One can offer zuhr prayers from noon onwards until one has the time left to offer Asr prayers before its sunset. From sunset starts the time of Maghrib prayers .
The time interval for offering the Zuhr or Dhuhr salah timing starts after the sun passes its zenith and lasts until 20 min (approx) before the call for the Asr prayer is to be given.
According to Sunni Muslims, the period for Maghrib prayer starts just after sunset, following Asr prayer , and ends at the beginning of night, the start of the Isha prayer . As for Shia Muslims, since they allow Maghrib and Isha prayers to be performed one after another, the period for Maghrib prayer extends until dawn.
Dhuhr, Zhuhr . If you can ‘t prioritize your Salat then there is not much we can say after that. According to the Hadith I will give below, one is allowed to pray the Asr as earlier as about 10 minutes after Zuhr or postpone Zuhr until during the Asr valid time. There is no wrong time to pray .
They cannot be offered at sunrise, true noon, or sunset. The prohibition against salah at these times is to prevent the practice of sun worship. Some Muslims offer voluntary prayers immediately before and after the five prescribed prayers.
10 min before Asr I pray the Dhuhr and 10 min later Asr . From your title No you can not pray early . Salah has fixed times. From your comment your are not praying early you are performing Dhuhr in it’s allowed time and praying Asr within it’s allowed time.
you can pray Fajr prayer at any time you wake up. It is Allah who holds the soul during sleep. And perform the Salah, at the two ends of the day and in some hours of the night.
No,you can ‘t. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The time of ‘ Isha ‘ is until midnight ” (narrated by Muslim, al-Masaajid wa Mawaadi’ al-Salaah, 964). Yet if there is undue hardship in this, one may perform isha any time in the night, as long as it is done before fajr.
The azan is the commencement of prayers time if you are alone or in a jamath it’s not impossible to say your salat, you should recite the azan then the iqamat and then say your prayers , provided the time has commenced, otherwise your prayers are not valid they would become nafl prayers of the previous time.
The least it takes each time is 15 minutes including abulution (washing hands, face, nose, arms, legs etc)But that is just doing with your duty of farz (compulsory) namaz . Again depends whether u praying alone or in congregation in masjid.
The period of Asr prayer begins approximately when the sun is halfway down from noon to sunset (various branches of Islam differ on the starting point; some say that it begins when the shadow of an object equals its actual length plus its shadow during noon, others say that the actual length must be doubled), following
Each daily prayer has a different number of Rakah: Fajr — The Dawn prayer: 2 Rakat Sunnah + 2 Rakat Fard. Zuhr — The Midday or Afternoon Prayer: 4 Rakat Sunnat + 4 Rakat Fard + 2 Rakat Sunnah followed by 2 Rakat Nafl. Asr — The Evening Prayer: 4 Rakat Sunnah + 4 Rakat Fard.
Many Muslims put so much effort into just about managing to wake up for Fajr at around 4am or 5am, then rush back to bed. However, with roughly the same amount of effort, and a bit of strategy, you can actually do one of the most blessed prayers there is and easily pray Fajr on time.
No, Tahajjud can be anytime between Ishaa and Fajr , but better it should be in last 1/3 of the night. But you can do it in the last minutes before Fajr . Notice : even if you do Two Rakaat before Fajr it will be counted as Tahajjud . Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) used to offer eleven rak`at and that was his prayer .
You should pray when the time begins and before it ends. However if you miss the time for whatever reason you still need to pray fajr as soon as you can it would just be considered late .