Does morning and evening mean after Fajr and Asr or Fajr and Maghrib?
I just wanted to know when people say for e.g. pray something (zikr) in the morning and evening, does it mean after Fajr and Maghrib or is it after Fajr and Asr?
Jazakallah, may Allah reward you abundantly… Ameen
Normally it means after Fajr and Asr. Some duas are for after Maghrib, when they say read this in the evening. e.g. Surah Waqia for rizq.
Read these QA to learn more..
- Q: For Fardh and Wajib Salaahs:Is it necessary to state the number of rakaats you are praying? i.e I am praying 3 rakaats maghrib, 2 rakaat fajr etcIs it sufficient to just state the salaah i.e I am praying Fajr ,Maghrib etc?
- 1.I try to read the last few verses of surah Hashr in the morning and in the evening, but when is the morning and the evening,ie is morning before asr and evening after asr?
- today morning missed suhoor. Got up late ie. at 5.30 am . The imsak timing being 4.32 and fajr salah at 4.42 am. Thought i could have a glass of water before fajr and keep my saum. Just after a sip of water realised that it was nearly an hour after fajr salah. Was very disappointed. Now it is 10 am here and i haven’t consume
- I married last month. In my daily life I always offered Fajr salah when I was single, but problem shall arise when I will make sex in the night as a result I shall get impure (napak) after sex. So it shall be a great problem for me and my wife to offer Fajr salah as a result of impurity (napaki). If we take bath before Fajr we will get fever. And we already know that it is a sin to miss a salah. So can I have intercourse after Fajr salah? Or will it not be a sin if I make Fajr salah qaza?
- I alarm for Fajr Prayers but most of the time i could not wake up and i don’t hear the alarm because im in deep sleep so when i wake up about 8 a.m in the morning and i know i didn’t wake up for Fajr Prayer but at 10 a.m i feel active so can i offer my Fajr Prayer at 10 a.m or whenever i’m feeling active before 10 a.m.
- Q:1. “He who has a morning meal of seven ‘ajwa dates will not suffer harm that day through toxins or magic.” (Bukhari, Hadith 5327 and Muslim, Hadith 3814)2. ‘Aisha reported Allah’s Messenger as saying, “The ‘ajwah dates of al-‘Aliya contain healing, and they are an antidote (when taken as) first thing in the morning.” (Muslim, Hadith 3815)3. Aisha reported Allah’s Messenger as saying, “The ‘ajwah dates of al-‘Aliya taken as the first thing in the morning, in the state of fasting; contain healing for all (kinds of) magic or toxins.”(Musnad Ahmad, Hadith 23592)4. Narrated ‘Urwah: ‘Aisha used to order to make a habit of or taking in regular intervals seven ‘ajwah dates, in the state of fasting for seven mornings. (Musannaf Ibn Abi Shayba, Hadith 23945).I have a question on these hadiths. The first 2 hadiths state that the ajwa dates should be taken in the morning and the last 2 hadiths say they should be taken in the morning when fasting. Hadiths 3 and 4 probably refer to suhoor time if I’m correct . But Islamically, morning time begins at fajr time, and eating is prohibited at fajr time for the fasting person since this begins their fast. But a fasting person has suhoor which is before fajr time and is still considered as night time. My question is that why does the last 2 hadiths refer to suhoor as morning time when suhoor is eaten before morning time( or before fajr time) because Islamically morning time begins at fajr, and suhoor is still night time? And a fasting persons meal is eaten before the morning time Islamically.