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quoted sections are by ayatollah sistani. everything else are my conclusions from his rulings. dhuhr: the best time for dhuhr nafl and fardh is from midday until 2/7 between midday and sunset. asr: the best time for asr nafl and fardh is from 2/7 to 4/7 between midday and sunset. maghrib the best time for maghrib fardh and nafl is from when the redness from the eastern sky disappears until when the redness from the western sky disappears. isha: the best time for isha fardh and nafl is when the redness from the western sky disappears. tahajjud: the best time for tahajjud is close to the fajr adhan. fajr: the best time for fajr nafl and fardh is from 2nd dawn until redness appears in the eastern sky. are my conclusions correct? if no, please correct me. as-salamu alaikum
Asa brothers and sisters, I was going through Ayatollah sistani's website then i found this In normal circumstances, the prescribed time for Maghrib and Isha prayers is till midnight. But if forgetfulness, oversleeping or being in Hayz and similar unusual situations prevent one from performing the prayers till midnight, then for them the time will continue till Fajr sets in. http://sistani.org/index.php?p=251364&id=48&pid=2202 My question is can somebody explain is it ok to pray maghrib ada till midnight or fajr, never heard of this before.
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