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Dear Mufti Saheb,

I know that you are not allowed to perform any sunnat or nafil salaat in between Asar and Maghrib. I also know that you can perform your Asar salaat of that day during this period if it may have been missed.
My question is that I have heard you are allowed to perform ANY qadha farz you may have missed between this period of Asar and Maghrib. Is this true?
I would also like to know if you are allowed to do sajda e tilawat between this period?


Assalaamu ‘Alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatuh.

1. It is permissible to perform Qadhaa Salaah between Asr and maghrib.

2. It is permissible to perform Sajda-e- Tilaawat at any time besides the actual time of Sunrise, Sunset, and exact Mid-day, when the sun is at it’s zenith.

And Allaah knows best.


A. Z. Pandor

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