Eidul Azha 2024: Prayer timings for Karachi and Lahore

Eidul Azha prayers across Pakistan from June 17-19; check timings for major mosques nationwide

News Desk June 16, 2024

As the auspicious occasion of Eidul Azha approaches, celebrated from June 17 to 19, 2024, Muslims across Pakistan are preparing to offer their prayers in accordance with the scheduled timings set for tomorrow.

Eidul Azha, also known as the Festival of Sacrifice, is a significant Islamic event commemorating the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim to sacrifice his son in obedience to Allah's command. This holy day brings communities together in prayer, reflection, and the spirit of sacrifice and charity.

Karachi Namaz Timings

In Karachi, the bustling metropolis is set to observe Eidul Azha with prayers at various mosques across the city. The following are the scheduled times for Eid prayers at notable mosques in Karachi:

- Memon Masjid, M.A. Jinnah Road: 7:00 AM

- Tariq Road Mosque: 7:15 AM

- Masjid-e-Tooba, DHA: 7:30 AM

- Baitul Mukarram Mosque, Gulshan-e-Iqbal: 7:45 AM

- New Memon Mosque, Kharadar: 8:00 AM

- Jamia Binoria, Site Area: 8:15 AM

- Gulzar-e-Habib Mosque, Korangi: 8:30 AM

Worshippers are advised to arrive early to ensure a smooth and orderly conduct of the prayers.

Lahore Namaz Timings

In Lahore, preparations are in full swing for Eidul Azha prayers. The city's mosques have publicised their schedules to accommodate the large number of worshippers expected to attend. Here are the details for prominent mosques in Lahore:

- Badshahi Mosque: 7:00 AM

- Data Darbar Mosque: 7:15 AM

- Masjid-e-Shuhada, The Mall: 7:30 AM

- Bahria Town Mosque: 7:45 AM

- Model Town Mosque: 8:00 AM

- Jamia Naeemia, Garhi Shahu: 8:15 AM

- Masjid Al-Habib, Johar Town: 8:30 AM

Residents are encouraged to adhere to the timings.

Eidul Azha is not only a time for religious observance but also an opportunity for communities to come together in a spirit of unity and compassion. Families gather to share meals, distribute meat to the less fortunate, and celebrate the blessings of the occasion. It is a time to strengthen bonds with loved ones and extend a helping hand to those in need.


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