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Which Salat Is The First For The Day?

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If i'm not mistaken, according to Islamic calendar definition, new day starts when we its time for Maghrib, so on that account wouldn't it be considered as the first Salat of the day..?


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to my understanding Magrib is the first salat of the day but  i was on a web site doing a quiz and the correct answer on that web site was fajir , which i believe is incorrect and magrib is the 1st salat of the day, so i made this pot to confirm

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A day, as defined by Jewish/Christian/Islamic sources, is from one sunsent until the next. Therefore, Salaat ul-Maghrib is the first prayer of the day. Likewise, the month of Ramadan begins the night before we begin fasting since the day starts at sunset.

I hope that this helps to clear things up.

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