The salat is the daily prayer routine required in Islam. It consists of five separate periods of prayer at these intervals:

  • fajr (after dawn but before sunrise)
  • zhur (after noon but before the middle of the afternoon)
  • asr (after the middle of the afternoon but before sunset)
  • maghreb (after sunset but before full darkness)
  • isha (after sunset but before sunrise, and preferably before midnight)
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