January 2022 Prayer Times In Abu Dhabi

  • Publish date: Monday، 06 December 2021 Last update: Thursday، 10 March 2022
January 2022 Prayer Times In Abu Dhabi
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If you are Muslim, then you are obliged to pray five times a day, however as we all tend to get busy daily with work and home chores, we might need a constant reminder or a calendar for all prayer times, from Fajer prayer to Esha prayer, it differs for every single one, we at Uaemoments share with you January 2022 prayer times in Abu-Dhabi for all main 5 prayers, Fajer, Dohur, Aser, Maghreb, and Esha as well as sunrise prayer time.

January 2022 prayer times in Abu-Dhabi

There are different prayer times in Abu-Dhabi in other times from Fajer to Dohur to Aser, Maghreb, and Esha, each one of them represents a specific time for the Muslim prayer, such as Fajer at sunrise time, Dohur as in midday, Aser as in dawn time, Mahgreb and Esha in the evening, Here is the Azan time in Abu-Dhabi for January 2022:

Date - January

Fajer prayer

Sunrise prayer

Dohur prayer

Aser prayer

Maghreb prayer

Esha prayer

1 January 2022 05:44 07:06 12:26 15:26 17:46 19:16 
2 January 2022 05:44 07:07 12:26 15:26 17:46 19:17 
3 January 2022 05:45 07:07 12:27 15:27 17:47 19:18
4 January 2022 05:45 07:07 12:27 15:28 17:48 19:19
5 January 2022 05:45 07:07 12:28 15:28 17:48 19:20
6 January 2022 05:45 07:08 12:28 15:29 17:49 19:20
7 January 2022 05:46 07:08 12:29 15:30 17:50 19:21
8 January 2022 05:46 07:08 12:29 15:30 17:51 19:22
9 January 2022 05:46 07:08 12:30 15:31 17:51 19:22
10 January 2022 05:46 07:08 12:30 15:32 17:52 19:23
11 January 2022 05:46 07:08 12:30 15:32 17:53 19:24
12 January 2022 05:46 07:08 12:31 15:33 17:53 19:25
13 January 2022 05:46 07:08 12:31 15:34 17:54 19:25
14 January 2022 05:47 07:08 12:32 15:34 17:55 19:26
15 January 2022 05:47 07:08 12:32 15:35 17:56 19:27
16 January 2022 05:47 07:08 12:32 15:35 17:56 19:28
17 January 2022 05:47 07:08 12:33 15:36 17:57 19:28
18 January 2022 05:47 07:08 12:33 15:37 17:58 19:29
19 January 2022 05:47 07:08 12:33 15:37 17:59 19:30
20 January 2022 05:47 07:08 12:34 15:38 17:59 19:31
21 January 2022 05:47 07:08 12:34 15:39 18:00 19:31
22 January 2022 05:47 07:08 12:34 15:39 18:01 19:32
23 January 2022 05:46 07:07 12:34 15:40 18:02 19:33
24 January 2022 05:46 07:07 12:35 15:41 18:02 19:33
25 January 2022 05:46 07:07 12:35 15:41 18:03 19:34
26 January 2022 05:46 07:07 12:35 15:42 18:04 19:35
27 January 2022 05:46 07:06 12:35 15:42 18:04 19:36
28 January 2022 05:46 07:06 12:35 15:43 18:05 19:36
29 January 2022 05:45 07:06 12:36 15:44 18:06 19:37
30 January 2022 05:45 07:05 12:36 15:44 18:07 19:37
31 January 2022 05:45 07:05 12:36 15:45 18:07 19:38

Why do Muslims Pray?

Praying is an obligation towards all Muslims to Allah, and it helps calm you down and increase your spirituality; as a Muslim, you can let go of all negative feelings, as well as increase your spirituality and pray for your success and ask for forgiveness for your sins, this is a very sacred and private moment for all Muslims, after completing the wodoo and washing, Muslims head off to prayers after Azan at times mentioned in the table above.

Muslim prayer times Abu-dhabi January 2022

What are the daily prayer times?

Daily prayer times are usually similar. They are only a few mins apart each month:

What time is Fajr's prayer?

  • Fajr prayer times in Abu Dhabi for January 2022 are between 5:44 AM and 5:47 Am.

What time is Zuhr prayer?

  • Duhur prayer times in Abu Dhabi for January 2022 are between 12:26 PM and 12:36 PM.

What time is Aser prayer?

  • Aser Prayer times in Abu Dhabi for January 2022 are between 3:26 PM and 3:45 PM.

What is Maghrib prayer time?

  • Maghrib Prayer times in Abu Dhabi for January 2022 are between 5:46 PM and 6:07 PM.

What time is Isha prayer?

  • Isha Prayer times in Abu Dhabi for January 2022 are between 07:16 PM and 07:38 PM.

What is the New Friday prayer time?

According to UAE new laws and working times, Friday prayers will start at 1:15 pm instead of the old 12:30 Noontime to match the new working hours.

Praying is an obligation towards all Muslims to Allah, and it helps calm you down and increase your spirituality; as a Muslim, you can let go of all negative feelings, as well as increase your spirituality and pray for your success and ask for forgiveness for your sins, this is a very sacred and private moment for all Muslims, after completing the wodoo and washing, Muslims head off to prayers after Azan at times mentioned in the table above.

Non-Muslims can visit mosques, but they have to follow the religions' guidelines of washing "wodoo" and to cover the head and body for females.