Discover the right way to pray Fajr after sunrise, the significance of Shurooq prayer and whether it’s obligatory or optional in Islamic practices. Get clarity on your prayer timings today.
How do you pray fajr after sunrise?
If you performed your fajr Salaah after sunrise, then the Salaah is valid. However the correct way in such a situation is that one should wait for the sun to rise till the time of ishraaq (approximately fifteen to twenty minutes after sunrise) and thereafter perform the qadha.
Can I pray fajr 30 minutes after sunrise?
The Fajr prayer (Arabic: صلاة الفجر ṣalāt al-fajr, “dawn prayer”) is the first of the five mandatory salah (Islamic prayer), to be performed anytime starting from the moment of dawn, but not after sunrise (at least 15 minutes before sunrise).
What is the meaning of Shurooq prayer?
Shuruq is the time when the sun starts rising till it is bright, no prayer is permissible duration this period which last about 20 minutes. If one misses fajr prayer… which starts from subh sadiq till start of sunrise(start of shuruq) he has to offer qada of it after 20 minutes from the start of shuruq.
Do you have to pray Shurooq?
‘Shurooq’ is not among the obligatory prayers. Shurooq means the Thuha (forenoon). Performing optional prayers after Fajr prayer is forbidden until the sun has completely risen to the length of a spear.