Eid-ul-Adha 2023 Prayer Timings in Saudi Arabia

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Eid-ul-Fitr Prayer timings – Eid will be celebrated in Saudi Arabia on 28-June-2023, Friday. The Eid Prayers will be held at mosques prepared as per the instructions of Saudi Health Authority and other authorities.

According to a statement issued on Sunday by the Saudi Arabian Supreme Court, the Dhul-Hijjah month begins on Monday, 1/12/1444 AH (19th June 2023) in the Umm Al-Qura calendar. It will be Arafat Day on Tuesday, June 27, and Eid Al-Adha on Wednesday, June 28.

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The celebrations begin with Salatul Eid, a special prayer performed in an open field, or a large hall attended by a large number of Muslims.

On the day of Eid ul-Adha, the prayer is usually done after sunrise. Some recommend praying when the sun rises to a height of around two meters from the ground, or the equivalent of a spear or a stick height, while others do not specify this requirement.

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Furthermore, the prayer time is normally starts 15 to 20 minutes after sunrise, but this might vary according on the season and latitude.

Timings of Prayers in Saudi Arabia

CitiesFajarSun RiseEid Ul-Adha
Riyadh3:37 AM5:08 AM5:30 AM
Madinah4:05 AM5:35 AM5:50 AM
Jeddah04:16 AM05:43 AM5:54 AM
Makkah4:14 AM5:40 AM5:56 AM
Dammam3:16 AM4:48 AM5:04 AM
Buraidah3:41 AM5:13 AM5:28 AM
Tabuk4:03 AM5:38 AM5:53 AM
Jizan4:16 AM5:39 AM5:54 AM
Abha04:12 AM05:36 AM5:51 AM
Khobar3:16 AM4:49 AM5:05 AM
Jubail3:16 AM4:49 AM5:06 AM

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