Prayer Times Nyc Westchester County

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Prayer Times Nyc Westchester

Westchester County is a county in the U.S. state of New York. It is the second-most populous county on the mainland of New York, after the Bronx.  According to the 2010 Census, the county had a population of 949,113, estimated to have increased by 2.9% to 976,396 by 2015.  Situated in the Hudson Valley, Westchester covers an area of 450 square miles, consisting of 6 cities, 19 towns, and 23 villages. Established in 1683, Westchester was named after the city of Chester, England. The county seat is the city of White Plains.

Source: Westchester by Wikipedia

PRAYER TIMES WESTCHESTER

prayer times for Westchester

ISLAMIC CALENDAR OF DAYS

Date Islamic Calendar Days Fajr Dhuhur Asar Maghreb Ishaa
2.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 5:19 13:21 16:55 19:43 21:13
3.4.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”     يَوم الإثنين 5:17 13:20 16:56 19:44 21:14
4.4.2017 Tuesday “Yoom Atthhulatha”    يَوم الثلاثاء 5:15 13:20 16:56 19:45 21:16
5.4.2017 Wednesday “Yoom Alarbia”يَوم الأربعاء 5:13 13:20 16:57 19:47 21:17
6.4.2017 Thursday   “Yoom Ylkhamees” يَوم الخميس 5:11 13:20 16:57 19:48 21:18
7.4.2017  Friday  “Yoom Aljumaa” يَوم الجمعة 5:09 13:19 16:57 19:49 21:20
8.4.2017 Saturday   “Yoom Assabt”يَوم السبت 5:07 13:19 16:58 19:50 21:21
9.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 5:05 13:19 16:58 19:51 21:23
10.4.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”  يَوم الإثنين 5:03 13:18 16:59 19:52 21:24
11.4.2017 Tuesday “Yoom Atthhulatha”يَوم الثلاثاء 5:01 13:18 16:59 19:53 21:25
12.4.2017 Wednesday “Yoom Alarbia”يَوم الأربعاء 4:59 13:18 17:00 19:54 21:27
13.4.2017 Thursday   “Yoom Ylkhamees” يَوم الخميس 4:57 13:18 17:00 19:55 21:28
14.4.2017    Friday  “Yoom Aljumaa” يَوم الجمعة 4:55 13:17 17:00 19:57 21:30
15.4.2017 Saturday   “Yoom Assabt”يَوم السبت 4:53 13:17 17:01 19:58 21:31
16.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 4:51 13:17 17:01 19:59 21:33
17.4.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”  يَوم الإثنين 4:49 13:17 17:02 20:00 21:34
18.4.2017 Tuesday “Yoom Atthhulatha”يَوم الثلاثاء 4:47 13:16 17:02 20:01 21:36
19.4.2017 Wednesday “Yoom Alarbia”يَوم الأربعاء 4:45 13:16 17:02 20:02 21:37
20.4.2017 Thursday   “Yoom Ylkhamees” يَوم الخميس 4:43 13:16 17:03 20:03 21:39
21.4.2017    Friday  “Yoom Aljumaa” يَوم الجمعة 4:41 13:16 17:03 20:04 21:40
22.4.2017 Saturday   “Yoom Assabt”يَوم السبت 4:39 13:16 17:04 20:06 21:42
23.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 4:37 13:15 17:04 20:07 21:44
24.4.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”  يَوم الإثنين 4:35 13:15 17:04 20:08 21:45
25.4.2017 Tuesday “Yoom Atthhulatha”يَوم الثلاثاء 4:33 13:15 17:05 20:09 21:47
26.4.2017 Wednesday “Yoom Alarbia”يَوم الأربعاء 4:31 13:15 17:05 20:10 21:48
27.4.2017 Thursday   “Yoom Ylkhamees” يَوم الخميس 4:29 13:15 17:05 20:11 21:50
28.4.2017    Friday  “Yoom Aljumaa” يَوم الجمعة 4:27 13:15 17:06 20:12 21:51
29.4.2017 Saturday   “Yoom Assabt”يَوم السبت 4:25 13:14 17:06 20:13 21:53
30.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 4:23 13:14 17:06 20:15 21:55
1.5.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”  يَوم الإثنين 4:21 13:14 17:07 20:16 21:56

 

THANKS GIVING IN ISLAM

Prayer is not only a means of realizing one’s purposes but is, in itself, an act or worship. In other words praying even for one’s personal ends and worldly needs is counted among acts worship and earns merit. The more one prays the closed one gets to Allah almighty. It is not necessary to pray only in times of need or of distress rather, praying in times of pleasure and plenty is also necessary

A hadith tells us that one who desire his prayers in the time of sorrow and distress to be answered, should pray in times of happiness and plenty. One of prays  for one’s own needs and desires, but one should also pray for one’s relatives, friends and Muslims in general  as it is an act of great merit.

There is a hadith which says that:

“When a Muslim prays of anyone of his brothers in faith in the latter’s absence angels pray for the same for him”.    

Hence if you come to know that any Muslim is in trouble or need, pray for him. In fact one should pray for the unbelievers too, so that they may be divinely guided on the path of Islam. Thus one get merit for we act of praying as well as for wishing well for others.

Allah almighty likes a thankful      bondsman and dislikes thankless one, since thanklessness is extreme narrow mindedness. A thankless person laments even slightest troubles and ignores the countless mercies. A thankful person on the contrary is thankful, even in direct troubles, for innumerable boons he enjoys while praying for deliverance from his troubles.

Real and true thankfulness to Allah almighty implies changing ones way to into those that please the Almighty. But if one merely expresses his thankfulness in his heart or by mouth, it too is an act of great worship. This can lead to change for the better in other deeds.

 

 

 

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