Eid-ul-Fitr Prayer timings – Eid will be celebrated in Saudi Arabia on 21-April-2023, Friday. The Eid Prayers will be held at mosques prepared as per the instructions of Saudi Health Authority and other authorities.
On the first day of Shawwal, the tenth month of the Islamic calendar, Muslims in Saudi Arabia offer the Eid al-Fitr prayer to mark the end of Ramadan.
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.
Timings of Prayers in Saudi Arabia
|Cities||Fajar||Sun Rise||Eid Al-fitr|
|Riyadh||4:04 AM||5:26 AM||5:41 AM|
|Madinah||4:33 AM||5:54 AM||6:09 AM|
|Jeddah||4:40 AM||5:59 AM||6:14 AM|
|Makkah||4:38 AM||5:57 AM||6:12 AM|
|Dammam||3:47 AM||5:10 AM||5:25 AM|
|Buraidah||4:12 AM||5:35 AM||5:50 AM|
|Tabuk||4:37 AM||6:02 AM||6:17 AM|
|Jizan||4:34 AM||5:50 AM||6:05 AM|
|Abha||4:32 AM||5:49 AM||6:04 AM|
|Khobar||3:47 AM||5:10 AM||5:25 AM|
|Jubail||3:48 AM||5:12 AM||5:27 AM|
|Hasa||3:51 AM||5:14 AM||5:29 AM|
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