Hajj and preparations for the journey.


  • Salat Time tables    for    MEKKA    --    AL MADINA    and     JEDDA.


    2003 - File updated from the comments of a brother.
    Of the things to take, add salt and pepper to your list.
    Hot food can now be purchased at Mina, but you must take some food with you to Arafat and Musdalifa and always carry some water with you.
    There is now a wider range of foods available in Mecca, you can even buy pizza if your wallet can stand the shock.
    It was good to be in an eating house in Mecca and see the authorities check the food quality supplied to the public.
    Amongst the pilgrims there are impostors who prey on them. To avoid unexpected difficulties always carry your identification with you but keep it out of sight so as not to be targeted. He also said one should always travel with someone even when going to, or coming from Salat. ( Quite surprised about this comment. )
    The local people are quite friendly but some sales persons in the markets and some taxi drivers in particular don't behave like Muslims at all.
    You can take a camera with you but you are not allowed to photograph the Holy places. Film for the camera is available and can be developed locally.


    2001 - An Australian brother who returned from Hajj had a few things to say about the preparation and the journey.

    Getting ready and some advice for a single individual:
    If going as a group the organiser of the group will give a list of required papers. When they receive your money and the paperwork they will deal with the Embassy and do all other necessary things. Don't be late or it will be to late to organise your journey.

    Required documentation before the journey :
    Confirmed return ticket.
    Confirmed ' Certified Bank Draft ' fee for Sacrifice.
    Confirmed ' Certified Bank Draft ' fee for transport.
    Confirmed accommodation.
    Letter of confirmation that the person is Muslim provided by the local Muslim organisation. ( For new converts in particular. )
    Certificate of immunisation as required by the country.
    Doctor's certificate declaring the person is in good health.
    Other immunisation boosters as the doctor considers appropriate.
    A passport that is valid for at least six months.
    Married couples must provide a marriage certificate to get a visa.
    Now you can get the Visa issued for the country.

    A few important things to have :
    Carry sufficient money or credit card access to the local money to buy food.
    Knowledge of the language or other individuals in a group know the language.
    Knowledge of the requirements of Hajj, know what to do, where and when.
    Knowledge of the local area and local facilities.
    Knowledge on dealing with local authorities.
    Knowledge of being able to locate the right authorities and services, quickly.
    To know the limits of how to press your point in Arabic if it becomes necessary.

    Things can be purchased, but Hajj is not a holiday.
    More things that you need to do or know.
    Make financial provisions for those left behind, in case you die in a foreign land.
    Pay your Zakat in case you fail to return.
    Women are to travel accompanied, they are not allowed to leave S. A. unaccompanied.
    Make a record of your paper document names, serial numbers and take it with you.
    Take any personal medication and the doctor's prescription, especially if you stop over.
    Pain killers medication.
    Take band-aids.
    Antiseptic powder for cuts ( can be obtained from the chemist shop ).
    If you need to wear the Ehram when first travelling to MECCA. It is made from 2 pieces of unstitched cotton towel material.
    One piece about 1.12 X 1.9 metre and the other 1.15 X 2.2 metre.
    Required one ( white 2 part piece ) Ehram garment which is worn during Umrah and Hajj and a belt if going to Makka first, if going to Al-Madina they can be bought locally along with money belt or waist pouch.
    Money belt or waist pouch should never be exposed on top of your clothes.
    Spare copies of passport size photographs, keep some with you. To travel outside the cities you need permission and a photograph is required.
    If you use Travellers Cheques take the ' Purchase Receipts ' with you.
    When you travel always have your documentation with you.
    Small copy of Quran. One copy will be given to you on leaving for your home.
    A large backpack to carry your things is better than a bag especially on the return trip.
    The backpack must fit in the plane personal luggage compartment.
    A prayer mat that takes up little space in your carry bag.
    A sturdy suitcase with heavy duty wheels, one with an extending handle is superior, extending wheels or other parts can be dammaged.
    Suitable pairs of sandals that have been wear tested before leaving for Hajj.
    A half litre, clear plastic water bottle, for drinking and for making Wudu.
    A plain material bag with straps that can go over your shoulder to hold your sandals, water bottle, mat, money pouch and can easily be inspected before entering Al Haram.
    Know that if food is found in your bag you will be refused entry to the Mosque.
    A half length nylon or plastic raincoat, for the cold mornings at Al-Madina or for rain.
    1 medium size towel and 2 one quarter of the size towels.
    Your clothes should be lightweight, for coolness and for easy drying.
    1 Spare Shirt.
    1 Spare trousers.
    2 spare pair of socks.
    2 T shirts especially if you are on the large size, they are not easily available.
    2 spare underwear.
    6 hankies. ( it is common to see people with colds. )
    Tooth brush.
    2 good quality toilet paper rolls, they are useful for colds or for drying in general.
    1 Small tissues box.
    Small bar of soap, plain soap can be purchased locally.
    Large safety pins. ( 2 kilt pins to hold Ehram together are ideal ). Safety pins can be purchased locally.
    Sewing kit. Minimum 1 grey button thread reel and 2 needles stored inside the reel centre on a piece of paper.
    Laundry detergent in a plastic sealable container. Washing detergent can be bought locally.
    Some length of strong string to use as a clothe line or for tying your luggage, also some clothes pegs. A ball of string as used in the garden is quite strong and easy to get.
    2 wire coat hangers. You can buy more later.
    Travelling alarm clock.
    A fold up umbrella that takes up little space.
    Pen and paper.
    Felt tip pen.
    Sticky tape.
    Small mirror.
    Box of matches and a disposable lighter if you are going to do your own cooking.
    4 garbage bags.
    4 plastic grocery bags.
    3-4 packets of biscuits for emergency needs, carry one with you in the knapsack.
    3 packets of sweets. Glucose and eucalyptus are ideal for energy and dry throats.
    The likes of a Swiss army knife or a small pocket knife, can opener, scissors, twizers.
    1 set of knife-spoon-fork camping combination.
    3 plastic plates. ( you can share with other people ).
    3 set of plastic knife, spoon and fork for emergency. ( you can share )
    3 plastic drinking glasses. ( you can share ).
    Some clear multipurpose plastic bags to hold together loose thing or hold food.
    Telephone contact numbers at home with international prefixes that work.
    Power point adaptor for the local 2 pin round, to 3 pin Australian plug for shaver or mobile phone or other. ( the local supply is 220 volt )
    Coffee or tea if it is your thing.
    If you do your own thing you can buy locally a teapot and a small single plate gas-stove or an electric plate, they are not expensive.
    Not essential, an inflatable neck pillow to assist sleeping in the plane.
    Brothers travelling as a group might take a set of electric hair clippers. $20 is worth 4 hair cuts at the end of Hajj.
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    Before buying anything in the markets, ask the price and haggle if you like. The local shop-supermarkets have price labels on goods. Handy if you cannot speak the language.
    Wherever you are always make sure you have a landmark before you move.
    Remember the building where you are staying at and carry some money with you at all times.
    Always carry personal identification, the telephone number or address of where you are staying plus the name of the nearest main street. Write it down phonetically in your language so you can sound the words, also write it down in Arabic, someone will help.
    Always wear the identifying wristband you are given, it is the link to your group even if you are incapacitated.
    If you get lost don't panic, you have got money and your hotel address with you, get a taxi home. Read the address or show the Arabic text to the cab driver.
    In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, food and many items are not expensive by Australian standards.
    If you have been done wrong, write down all the relevant details and bring it to the attention of the authorities, they will deal with it.
    Be prepared to do a lot of walking and be prepared to be pushed around by brothers and sisters but remember the reason you are where you are.
    Drink plenty of ZamZam water, it seems to be better than any other water.
    Carry a full water bottle with you for drinking and for making Wudu in places where you cannot or desire not to move away from.
    Only drink from a fountain and never drink from any other taps, unless you desire a stomach upset and about three uncomfortable days.
    The main clothing worn inside the hotel rooms can be a cotton T shirt and cotton trousers, when going out a #abayya is worn over the clothes. It is very convenient.
    Self laundering will need to be done daily and if you have a clothes line, drying is not a problem.
    Water in the hotel is purchased by the tanker full so don't wast it. It is plentiful and in the absence of a washing machine, a plastic bucket is adequate for the job. In no time at all one will become an expert.
    In difficult circumstances let the wet clothes drip for a while then roll up each garment in the large towel to remove the extra water, the drying time will be reduced.
    When showering, a small towel is sufficient for drying oneself.
    2 or 3 pairs of cotton trousers and T-shirts are not expensive to purchase locally.
    Fast food is relatively plane but not expensive, between $5 to $15 daily will be sufficient.
    The local ' Hot Sauce 'is a misnomer so bring your own if you desire the hot taste.
    A gas operated single plate cooker is not expensive to buy and leave behind afterwards.
    With so many people walking about, the local motor traffic seems chaotic but it does work.
    The local male or female security people do their job and are helpful. With so many people to deal with they must have nerves of steel. They are not out looking for trouble so don't argue with them and follow their directives if they move you on by the wave of their hand, a universal easily understood command.
    Armed soldiers can be seen walking around holding hands, it is their country and their custom.
    If you leave your sandals or bag behind on entering the Masjid make sure you remember the door or gate number. The numbers are in Arabic and English so be careful you don't confuse the two, with some numbers it is not to difficult to do.
    When you are in a crowd, don't push or blame the person next to you if you are pushed.
    Know that during Hajj there are professional pickpockets at work so take precautions.
    Trust in Allah. During Hajj you are on Allah's business and your memory about non Hajj matters may be affected but after Hajj you will remember them again.
    When you return from Hajj, you may find some things have changed inside you.
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    Approximate distances:
    Makka to Mina: about    8 KM.
    Makka to Arafat: about    22.4 KM.
    Mina to Arafat: about    14.4 KM.
    Mina to Muzdalifa: about    3 KM.

    Schedule and approx. costing of a recent no frills Hajj package.
    Approximate expenditure for a single person Au $.
    1-Pre Hajj expenses    620.
    2-Sydney to Hajj and return    3200.
    3-Home to Sydney and return    435.
    4-Food and other local purchases    1345.
    Total approximate Hajj costing     5600.

    1 = Passport, Visa, Immunisation, New sandals, New suitcase and other items.
    2 = Air fair, Transportation, accommodation and the Hajj sacrifice. Low budget package, a 15 minutes walk from Al-Haram.
    3 = Air fares to and from Sydney, the group departing point.
    4 = Two taxi fares in Sydney ~$80 , taxi fares in Makka. Purchase of food, prayer mats, clothing, and one extra suitcase, phone calls and other items.

    A schedule:
    Depart Sydney without any expectations, feeling of being on Allah's business.
    Arrive as a group at Jedda airport from Cairo early in the morning.
    The ladies go to the ladies area and everyone goes trough the processing separately.
    The documentation and the luggage is checked, the film in the camera is removed by the customs people.
    Money is exchanged into the local currency.
    Buy some drinks and use some of the food supply from the knapsack for lunch.
    Everyone is finally present, after Maghrib the journey to Al-Madina begins by bus.
    After a few security check stops along the way and handing over the passports, arrive at the hotel in Madina at about 1.30 AM.
    Sisters got to their section. Decide who you would like best to share the room with.
    Before 4 AM, make Wudu and as a group proceeds to Rasoolullah Mosque.
    A remarkable place and quite an experience.
    Rasoolullah Mosque is closed after Isha and open before Fajr while the carpets are removed, cleaned and replaced.
    When visiting Rasoolullah, grave you have to line up and there in no time for Salat. Someone will ask you to move along and make room for those behind you.
    Cannot read Arabic but the first gate belongs to the third Caliph Omar, the middle belongs to Abu Backr and the last one is Rasooluhha's.
    Remain in Al-Madina for 8 days.
    Go to an organised outing to the graves of the brothers who died at the battle of the trench. Some people are quite affected by the place.
    On the last day, go to Fajr in a state of Ehram and leave Madina at 9 AM, arrive at the Makka hotel at about 2 AM next day. It was a long journey, the spare food was handy.
    Have no idea about the hotel address but it does not seem to matter.
    Go to Al-Haram as a group to make Umrah and agree to meet at some specific location afterwards.
    The first sight of the Kaba is very good.
    The group leader takes the group to the Kaba, the stonework and the covering on the Kaba is touched with some feelings.
    Perform Tawaff, walk 7 times around the Kaba. The count was 7 but go around the Kaba again in case I made an error.
    Make Sa'ye, walk 7 times from one hill to the other hill trying to touch the rocky outcrop with the feet before proceeding on.
    In a state of Ehram and without being able to speak Arabic, after Fajr two other people are lost with me, the only link to anyone or anything in Makka is the phone number on the wristband.
    It took a couple of hours but eventually one got back to the hotel by taxi.
    Have a good sleep, get into civilian clothes and learn the layout of the area.
    Being lost is not fun but, it happened one more time when disoriented near the home away from home.
    Stay in Makka and wait for the time of Hajj to come.
    A brother organises a bus to visit Arafat and Mina before Hajj.

    When the calculated Crescent sets before the sun, the beginning of the month of Hajj is declared.
    On the 8 th day in the month of Hajj, the first quarter of the Moon is completed and Hajj begins. (day 1)
    With food in the knapsack sufficient for 2-3 days, after Fajr go to Mina by bus in a state of Ehram. The bus was organised and the tent place at Mina is allocated at the area group as indicated on the wristband.
    The tents are air conditioned, there is water in each tent, good showers with sanitation facilities are available, all you need is to line up and wait your turn especially before Salat times.
    Using the facilities at earlier times avoids waiting in line.
    Some cooked rice and meat can be bought in the afternoon but there is not much choice.
    Spend the night at Mina sleeping on a carpet on the hard floor, a blanket is needed during the night and a brother gave me his.
    After Fajr, ( day 2 ) take the fold up umbrella, the food and knapsack and line up for a bus to take one to an allocated tent compound in Arafat. A bigger umbrella would have been difficult to carry in the crowd.
    There are few food facilities, there is drinking water in the tents and there is good sanitation facilities.
    At this place, one can make good use of the time or waist a good opportunity.
    Combine Zuhur and Asr Salat. Go for a walk and use the umbrella to shelter from the hot sun. Before sunset there is lightning without thunder and a short heavy rain. The umbrella is now used to shelter from the rain.
    After sunset ( day 3 ) pack up all things and as a group line up to go by bus to Muzdalifah.
    At Muzdalifah, find the nearest empty space on the ground and combine Maghreb and Isha.
    The place is well lit up. Eat some food then find 7 pebbles and go to sleep on the ground.
    Use the knapsack to shelter the head from the sand storm and for a pillow use the sandals inside a plastic bag.
    Some time after midnight, to avoid the crowd congestion the young and the elderly as a group walk in the semi darkness to the tent at Mina, about 3 Km away.
    Get there about 1.30 - 2 AM. Get organised and as a group walk to the Jamrat Al-Aqabah and throw each of the 7 pebbles to the Jamarat column saying Allahu Akbar.
    If the place was congested someone could have been delegated to throw the pebbles on behalf of someone else's. The roadways are well lit up.
    As a group, keep on walking forward to the end of the Jamarat area.
    There are no available taxis, so keep on walking to the public bus area further ahead.
    Pay the $5 bus fair to Masjid Al-Haram and don't try to hard to remain awake.
    Reach Al-Haram, begin Tawafah around the Kaba.
    At Fajr time every one is separated but the land marks are now well known.
    Pray Fajr then proceed to make Sa'ye.
    Families with babies, people on wheel chairs and old people on walking sticks are also doing Tawafah and Sa'ye.
    After Sa'ye go to the barber to shave the head or go to the hotel and shave the head later in the day.
    Someone will slaughter the sacrifice already paid for.
    Get back to the hotel at Makka by 9 AM. Have a shower, get into civilian clothes and got to sleep without any difficulties.
    Late in the afternoon, buy food for the next 2 days and as a group take the bus to Mina but cannot leave before Maghreb.
    Remain all day 4 at Mina.
    ( believe it should have been before sunset on day 4, Allah knows. ) After sunset on day 5 , find 21 plus pebles and walk to Jamarat and throw 7 pebbles to each of the 3 pillars saying each time Allahu Akbar.
    Make sure that at the last Jamarat the pebbles a thrown from the front and not the back of the pillar.
    Continue to the end of the Jamarat area and return to the tent which is now easier to locate. The landmarks have been memorised.
    Have my things packed ready to be picked up by the organised bus and in the afternoon of day 5 walk as a group to Jamarat and again throw 7 pebbles to each of the 3 pillars as previously.
    The group becomes divided and the are only 3 persons left in the group throwing the pebbles. Just one person in the large crowd, some personal difficulties are sensed and it is thought that if it is Allah's will, they will take place. Throw 1 more pebble saying Allahu Akbar and all is well again.
    Keep on walking to the bus area, take a bus to Al-Masjid Al-Haram and arrive just in time for Asr Salat. A short heavy rain begins to fall on stepping out of the bus.
    After Asr walk to the hotel, all the walking is still not difficult.
    All the taxi drivers are busy and some are asking absurd prices for their services.
    In the evening next day cooked rice and some of the sacrifice is brought on very large plates for all to eat. Six to seven people seat on the floor around a plate and have a meal. It feels good and the food does taste good.
    Remain in Mekka a few more days while others depart for home.
    With some companions go to the Masjid on the outskirts of Mekka and begin the Umrah journey again. If desired, it could be done every day for little financial cost.
    It is felt that one Hajj is sufficient for me.
    The group leader confirms with the authorities holding the passports the time and departing date from Mekka.
    Make sure the 10 litre ZamZam water container is full and does not leak when laid down, pack most things and leave some behind as there is no room in the suitcase. (now I have 2 suitcases)
    After sunset, make the farewell Tawafah the last thing in Makka before leaving the same day, before the next sunset.
    Someone organises the transportation to the bus departure point after Fajr, to pick up the paperwork of the departing pilgrims.
    All the paperwork is double checked, with so many people to deal with, the locals are doing a remarkable job in remaining calm.
    With all the luggage on top of the bus and the bus driver holding the passports the journey to Jedda begins with more identity checks before reaching the airport by late morning.
    Some of the luggage handlers ask for money for their services. They are rebuked by their supervisers as there is no payment required. The young people come to work from the neighbouring countries at Hajj time.
    There are no difficulties in buying food at the air port while waiting to depart at about 11 PM . A 12 hour stay but the time goes quickly. Sanitation and shower facilities are available.
    If going home without stoping over in other countries, the ZamZam water is checked in as luggage, otherwise it should be carried on board the plane for protection from damage.
    Customs make sure the passport and the other papers are in order.
    While waiting in the custom departure area the spare food and water comes handy.
    A copy of Quran in the language of the passport holder is given to each person as one leaves customs, the air plane heads for Cairo.
    It is not realised but the departure times shown on the tickets are in local times and because Cairo is in a different time zone there is a longer than anticipated wait in the airport lounge where the facilities are not as one had become used to.
    Long past midnight the home return journey from Hajj begins.

    Time to ponder. Quite strange that during Hajj many persons say to have seen different things in the same places at the same time.
    When in Mekka it was felt one Hajj was sufficient but now, it is different and if there was to be a choice between going on holidays and going to Hajj, the choice is quite simple.


    A.C. 16-09-01
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    Ali Cengia. 20-03-2003.


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    Bismillah           Salat Time Table   In local STANDARD time.
     Mecca > _Local GMT Time Zone= 3  _LAT.= 21.5  _LONG.= 39.9
    
    Adhan for Fajr is called at  19 Degree  and  Isha is at 20 Deg
    Zhur Adhan is called at Midday  and  Maghreb at SunSet
    Adhan for ASR time is called at 1 Shadow. 
    Local time is calculated for DAWN at 14 deg. and for ASR at 2 shadows
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Jan	1	5.34	5.57	6.58	12.23	3.28	4.13	5.49	7.17
    Jan	5	5.35	5.58	6.59	12.25	3.31	4.16	5.52	7.20
    Jan	10	5.37	5.59	7.00	12.27	3.34	4.19	5.55	7.23
    Jan	15	5.38	6.00	7.00	12.29	3.37	4.23	5.58	7.26
    Jan	20	5.38	6.00	7.00	12.31	3.40	4.26	6.02	7.29
    Jan	25	5.38	6.00	7.00	12.32	3.43	4.30	6.05	7.31
    Jan	30	5.37	5.59	6.58	12.33	3.45	4.33	6.08	7.34
    
    		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Feb	1	5.37	5.59	6.58	12.34	3.46	4.34	6.10	7.35
    Feb	5	5.36	5.58	6.56	12.34	3.48	4.36	6.12	7.37
    Feb	10	5.34	5.56	6.54	12.35	3.50	4.39	6.15	7.39
    Feb	15	5.32	5.53	6.51	12.34	3.52	4.41	6.18	7.42
    Feb	20	5.29	5.51	6.48	12.34	3.53	4.44	6.20	7.44
    Feb	25	5.26	5.47	6.44	12.34	3.54	4.45	6.23	7.46
    Feb	28	5.24	5.45	6.42	12.33	3.54	4.46	6.24	7.47
    
    		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Mar	1	5.23	5.44	6.41	12.33	3.54	4.47	6.24	7.47
    Mar	5	5.20	5.41	6.38	12.32	3.54	4.48	6.26	7.49
    Mar	10	5.16	5.37	6.34	12.31	3.54	4.49	6.28	7.50
    Mar	15	5.11	5.33	6.29	12.29	3.54	4.49	6.30	7.52
    Mar	20	5.06	5.28	6.25	12.28	3.53	4.50	6.31	7.54
    Mar	25	5.02	5.23	6.20	12.27	3.52	4.50	6.33	7.56
    Mar	30	4.57	5.19	6.16	12.25	3.51	4.51	6.34	7.58
    
    		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Apr	1	4.55	5.17	6.14	12.24	3.50	4.51	6.35	7.59
    Apr	5	4.51	5.13	6.10	12.23	3.49	4.51	6.36	8.00
    Apr	10	4.46	5.08	6.06	12.22	3.47	4.51	6.38	8.03
    Apr	15	4.41	5.03	6.01	12.21	3.45	4.51	6.40	8.05
    Apr	20	4.36	4.59	5.57	12.19	3.44	4.51	6.41	8.08
    Apr	25	4.31	4.54	5.54	12.18	3.42	4.51	6.43	8.10
    Apr	30	4.27	4.50	5.50	12.18	3.40	4.51	6.45	8.13
    
    		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    May	1	4.26	4.49	5.49	12.17	3.39	4.51	6.46	8.14
    May	5	4.23	4.46	5.47	12.17	3.38	4.51	6.47	8.16
    May	10	4.19	4.43	5.44	12.17	3.36	4.51	6.49	8.20
    May	15	4.15	4.40	5.42	12.17	3.35	4.52	6.51	8.23
    May	20	4.13	4.37	5.40	12.17	3.34	4.52	6.54	8.26
    May	25	4.10	4.35	5.38	12.17	3.33	4.53	6.56	8.29
    May	30	4.08	4.34	5.37	12.18	3.33	4.54	6.58	8.32
    
    		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Jun	1	4.08	4.33	5.37	12.18	3.34	4.54	6.59	8.33
    Jun	5	4.07	4.33	5.37	12.19	3.36	4.56	7.00	8.35
    Jun	10	4.07	4.32	5.37	12.20	3.38	4.58	7.02	8.38
    Jun	15	4.07	4.33	5.37	12.21	3.40	5.00	7.04	8.40
    Jun	20	4.07	4.33	5.38	12.22	3.42	5.01	7.05	8.41
    Jun	25	4.08	4.34	5.39	12.23	3.43	5.02	7.06	8.42
    Jun	30	4.10	4.36	5.41	12.24	3.43	5.03	7.07	8.43
    
    		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Jul	1	4.10	4.36	5.41	12.24	3.43	5.03	7.07	8.43
    Jul	5	4.12	4.38	5.42	12.25	3.43	5.03	7.07	8.43
    Jul	10	4.14	4.40	5.44	12.26	3.43	5.03	7.07	8.42
    Jul	15	4.17	4.42	5.46	12.26	3.41	5.02	7.06	8.40
    Jul	20	4.20	4.45	5.48	12.27	3.42	5.02	7.05	8.38
    Jul	25	4.23	4.48	5.50	12.27	3.44	5.02	7.04	8.36
    Jul	30	4.26	4.50	5.52	12.27	3.45	5.02	7.01	8.33
    
    		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Aug	1	4.27	4.51	5.53	12.27	3.46	5.01	7.01	8.31
    Aug	5	4.29	4.53	5.54	12.26	3.46	5.01	6.58	8.28
    Aug	10	4.32	4.56	5.56	12.26	3.47	5.00	6.55	8.24
    Aug	15	4.35	4.58	5.58	12.25	3.47	4.58	6.52	8.20
    Aug	20	4.37	5.00	6.00	12.24	3.47	4.56	6.48	8.15
    Aug	25	4.40	5.02	6.01	12.23	3.47	4.54	6.44	8.10
    Aug	30	4.42	5.04	6.03	12.21	3.46	4.51	6.40	8.05
    
    		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Sep	1	4.43	5.05	6.03	12.21	3.46	4.50	6.38	8.03
    Sep	5	4.44	5.07	6.04	12.19	3.45	4.48	6.34	7.59
    Sep	10	4.46	5.08	6.06	12.18	3.43	4.45	6.30	7.53
    Sep	15	4.48	5.10	6.07	12.16	3.42	4.41	6.25	7.48
    Sep	20	4.50	5.11	6.08	12.14	3.40	4.38	6.20	7.43
    Sep	25	4.51	5.13	6.09	12.12	3.37	4.34	6.15	7.38
    Sep	30	4.53	5.14	6.11	12.11	3.35	4.30	6.10	7.33
    
    		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Oct	1	4.53	5.14	6.11	12.10	3.34	4.30	6.10	7.32
    Oct	5	4.54	5.16	6.12	12.09	3.32	4.27	6.06	7.28
    Oct	10	4.55	5.17	6.14	12.08	3.30	4.23	6.01	7.24
    Oct	15	4.57	5.19	6.15	12.06	3.27	4.19	5.57	7.20
    Oct	20	4.59	5.20	6.17	12.05	3.25	4.16	5.53	7.16
    Oct	25	5.00	5.22	6.19	12.04	3.23	4.13	5.49	7.13
    Oct	30	5.02	5.24	6.22	12.04	3.21	4.10	5.46	7.10
    
    		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Nov	1	5.03	5.25	6.23	12.04	3.20	4.09	5.45	7.09
    Nov	5	5.05	5.27	6.25	12.04	3.19	4.07	5.43	7.07
    Nov	10	5.07	5.29	6.28	12.04	3.17	4.05	5.41	7.06
    Nov	15	5.09	5.31	6.31	12.05	3.16	4.03	5.39	7.05
    Nov	20	5.12	5.34	6.34	12.06	3.16	4.02	5.38	7.04
    Nov	25	5.15	5.37	6.37	12.07	3.15	4.02	5.37	7.04
    Nov	30	5.17	5.40	6.40	12.09	3.16	4.01	5.37	7.04
    
    		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Dec	1	5.18	5.40	6.41	12.09	3.16	4.02	5.37	7.05
    Dec	5	5.20	5.43	6.43	12.11	3.17	4.02	5.38	7.05
    Dec	10	5.23	5.46	6.47	12.13	3.18	4.03	5.39	7.07
    Dec	15	5.26	5.49	6.50	12.15	3.20	4.05	5.40	7.09
    Dec	20	5.28	5.51	6.52	12.17	3.22	4.07	5.42	7.11
    Dec	25	5.31	5.54	6.55	12.20	3.24	4.09	5.45	7.13
    Dec	30	5.33	5.56	6.57	12.22	3.27	4.12	5.48	7.16
    

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    Bismillah           Salat Time Table   In local STANDARD time.
     Al-Madina > _Local GMT Time Zone= 3  _LAT.= 24.583  _LONG.= 39.866
     Qibla on compass= ~ 183 degree
    Adhan for Fajr is called at  19 Degree  and  Isha is at 20 Deg
    Zhur Adhan is called at Midday  and  Maghreb at SunSet
    Adhan for ASR time is called at 1 Shadow. 
    Local time is calculated for DAWN at 14 deg. and for ASR at 2 shadows
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Jan	1	5.38	6.02	7.04	12.24	3.23	4.07	5.43	7.13
    Jan	5	5.40	6.03	7.05	12.25	3.26	4.10	5.46	7.16
    Jan	10	5.41	6.04	7.06	12.28	3.29	4.13	5.49	7.19
    Jan	15	5.42	6.05	7.06	12.30	3.33	4.17	5.53	7.22
    Jan	20	5.42	6.05	7.06	12.31	3.36	4.21	5.57	7.25
    Jan	25	5.41	6.04	7.05	12.33	3.39	4.25	6.00	7.28
    Jan	30	5.40	6.03	7.03	12.34	3.42	4.28	6.04	7.31
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Feb	1	5.40	6.02	7.02	12.34	3.43	4.29	6.05	7.33
    Feb	5	5.38	6.01	7.01	12.34	3.45	4.32	6.08	7.35
    Feb	10	5.36	5.58	6.58	12.35	3.48	4.35	6.12	7.38
    Feb	15	5.33	5.56	6.55	12.35	3.50	4.38	6.15	7.40
    Feb	20	5.30	5.52	6.51	12.34	3.51	4.41	6.18	7.43
    Feb	25	5.26	5.48	6.47	12.34	3.53	4.43	6.20	7.45
    Feb	28	5.24	5.46	6.44	12.33	3.53	4.44	6.22	7.47
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Mar	1	5.23	5.45	6.43	12.33	3.54	4.45	6.23	7.47
    Mar	5	5.20	5.42	6.40	12.32	3.54	4.46	6.25	7.49
    Mar	10	5.15	5.37	6.35	12.31	3.55	4.48	6.27	7.51
    Mar	15	5.10	5.32	6.30	12.30	3.55	4.49	6.29	7.54
    Mar	20	5.05	5.27	6.25	12.28	3.54	4.50	6.31	7.56
    Mar	25	4.59	5.22	6.20	12.27	3.54	4.51	6.34	7.59
    Mar	30	4.54	5.16	6.15	12.25	3.53	4.52	6.36	8.01
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Apr	1	4.52	5.14	6.13	12.25	3.53	4.52	6.36	8.02
    Apr	5	4.47	5.10	6.09	12.23	3.52	4.52	6.38	8.04
    Apr	10	4.41	5.04	6.04	12.22	3.51	4.53	6.40	8.07
    Apr	15	4.36	4.59	5.59	12.21	3.50	4.53	6.42	8.10
    Apr	20	4.31	4.54	5.54	12.20	3.48	4.54	6.45	8.13
    Apr	25	4.25	4.49	5.50	12.19	3.47	4.54	6.47	8.17
    Apr	30	4.20	4.45	5.46	12.18	3.46	4.55	6.49	8.20
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    May	1	4.19	4.44	5.46	12.18	3.46	4.55	6.50	8.21
    May	5	4.16	4.40	5.43	12.17	3.45	4.55	6.52	8.24
    May	10	4.11	4.36	5.40	12.17	3.43	4.56	6.54	8.27
    May	15	4.08	4.33	5.37	12.17	3.42	4.57	6.57	8.31
    May	20	4.04	4.30	5.35	12.17	3.42	4.58	6.59	8.35
    May	25	4.01	4.28	5.33	12.17	3.41	4.58	7.02	8.39
    May	30	3.59	4.26	5.32	12.18	3.41	4.59	7.04	8.42
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Jun	1	3.59	4.25	5.31	12.18	3.41	5.00	7.05	8.43
    Jun	5	3.57	4.24	5.31	12.19	3.41	5.01	7.07	8.46
    Jun	10	3.57	4.24	5.31	12.20	3.41	5.02	7.09	8.48
    Jun	15	3.57	4.24	5.31	12.21	3.42	5.03	7.11	8.50
    Jun	20	3.57	4.25	5.32	12.22	3.43	5.04	7.12	8.52
    Jun	25	3.58	4.26	5.33	12.23	3.44	5.05	7.13	8.53
    Jun	30	4.00	4.27	5.34	12.24	3.45	5.06	7.14	8.53
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Jul	1	4.00	4.28	5.35	12.24	3.46	5.06	7.14	8.53
    Jul	5	4.02	4.29	5.36	12.25	3.47	5.07	7.14	8.53
    Jul	10	4.05	4.32	5.38	12.26	3.48	5.08	7.13	8.52
    Jul	15	4.08	4.34	5.40	12.26	3.49	5.08	7.12	8.50
    Jul	20	4.11	4.37	5.42	12.27	3.51	5.08	7.11	8.48
    Jul	25	4.14	4.40	5.45	12.27	3.52	5.08	7.09	8.45
    Jul	30	4.18	4.43	5.47	12.27	3.53	5.07	7.07	8.41
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Aug	1	4.19	4.45	5.48	12.27	3.53	5.06	7.06	8.40
    Aug	5	4.22	4.47	5.50	12.27	3.53	5.05	7.03	8.36
    Aug	10	4.25	4.50	5.52	12.26	3.53	5.04	7.00	8.32
    Aug	15	4.29	4.53	5.54	12.25	3.53	5.02	6.56	8.27
    Aug	20	4.32	4.55	5.56	12.24	3.53	5.00	6.52	8.21
    Aug	25	4.35	4.58	5.58	12.23	3.52	4.57	6.47	8.16
    Aug	30	4.37	5.01	6.00	12.21	3.50	4.54	6.42	8.10
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Sep	1	4.38	5.01	6.01	12.21	3.50	4.53	6.40	8.08
    Sep	5	4.40	5.03	6.02	12.19	3.48	4.50	6.36	8.03
    Sep	10	4.43	5.06	6.04	12.18	3.46	4.46	6.31	7.57
    Sep	15	4.45	5.08	6.06	12.16	3.44	4.42	6.26	7.51
    Sep	20	4.47	5.10	6.08	12.14	3.41	4.38	6.21	7.46
    Sep	25	4.49	5.12	6.10	12.12	3.39	4.34	6.15	7.40
    Sep	30	4.51	5.13	6.11	12.11	3.36	4.30	6.10	7.35
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Oct	1	4.52	5.14	6.12	12.10	3.35	4.29	6.09	7.33
    Oct	5	4.53	5.15	6.13	12.09	3.33	4.26	6.05	7.29
    Oct	10	4.55	5.17	6.15	12.08	3.30	4.21	6.00	7.24
    Oct	15	4.57	5.19	6.18	12.06	3.27	4.17	5.55	7.20
    Oct	20	4.59	5.22	6.20	12.05	3.24	4.13	5.51	7.16
    Oct	25	5.02	5.24	6.23	12.05	3.21	4.10	5.47	7.12
    Oct	30	5.04	5.26	6.25	12.04	3.18	4.06	5.43	7.09
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Nov	1	5.05	5.27	6.27	12.04	3.17	4.05	5.41	7.07
    Nov	5	5.07	5.29	6.29	12.04	3.16	4.03	5.39	7.05
    Nov	10	5.10	5.32	6.32	12.04	3.14	4.00	5.36	7.03
    Nov	15	5.12	5.35	6.35	12.05	3.13	3.58	5.34	7.02
    Nov	20	5.15	5.38	6.39	12.06	3.12	3.57	5.33	7.01
    Nov	25	5.18	5.41	6.43	12.07	3.11	3.56	5.32	7.01
    Nov	30	5.21	5.44	6.46	12.09	3.11	3.56	5.32	7.01
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Dec	1	5.22	5.45	6.47	12.09	3.11	3.56	5.32	7.01
    Dec	5	5.24	5.47	6.50	12.11	3.12	3.56	5.32	7.02
    Dec	10	5.27	5.50	6.53	12.13	3.13	3.57	5.33	7.03
    Dec	15	5.30	5.53	6.56	12.15	3.15	3.58	5.34	7.05
    Dec	20	5.33	5.56	6.59	12.18	3.17	4.00	5.36	7.07
    Dec	25	5.35	5.59	7.01	12.20	3.19	4.03	5.39	7.09
    Dec	30	5.38	6.01	7.03	12.23	3.22	4.06	5.42	7.12
    
    
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    Bismillah           Salat Time Table   In local STANDARD time.
    Jedda > _Local GMT Time Zone= 3  _LAT.= 21.483  _LONG.= 39.166
     Qibla on compass= ~ 97 degree
    Adhan for Fajr is called at  19 Degree  and  Isha is at 20 Deg
    Zhur Adhan is called at Midday  and  Maghreb at SunSet
    Adhan for ASR time is called at 1 Shadow. 
    Local time is calculated for DAWN at 14 deg. and for ASR at 2 shadows
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Jan	1	5.37	6.00	7.01	12.26	3.31	4.16	5.52	7.20
    Jan	5	5.38	6.01	7.02	12.28	3.34	4.19	5.55	7.23
    Jan	10	5.40	6.02	7.03	12.30	3.37	4.22	5.58	7.26
    Jan	15	5.41	6.03	7.03	12.32	3.40	4.26	6.01	7.29
    Jan	20	5.41	6.03	7.03	12.34	3.43	4.29	6.05	7.31
    Jan	25	5.41	6.03	7.03	12.35	3.46	4.33	6.08	7.34
    Jan	30	5.40	6.02	7.01	12.36	3.48	4.36	6.11	7.37
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Feb	1	5.40	6.02	7.01	12.37	3.49	4.37	6.13	7.38
    Feb	5	5.39	6.01	6.59	12.37	3.51	4.39	6.15	7.40
    Feb	10	5.37	5.59	6.57	12.37	3.53	4.42	6.18	7.42
    Feb	15	5.35	5.56	6.54	12.37	3.55	4.44	6.21	7.44
    Feb	20	5.32	5.54	6.51	12.37	3.56	4.46	6.23	7.47
    Feb	25	5.29	5.50	6.47	12.36	3.57	4.48	6.26	7.48
    Feb	28	5.27	5.48	6.45	12.36	3.57	4.49	6.27	7.50
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Mar	1	5.26	5.47	6.44	12.36	3.57	4.49	6.27	7.50
    Mar	5	5.23	5.44	6.41	12.35	3.57	4.51	6.29	7.51
    Mar	10	5.19	5.40	6.37	12.34	3.57	4.52	6.31	7.53
    Mar	15	5.14	5.36	6.32	12.32	3.57	4.52	6.33	7.55
    Mar	20	5.09	5.31	6.28	12.31	3.56	4.53	6.34	7.57
    Mar	25	5.05	5.26	6.23	12.29	3.55	4.53	6.36	7.59
    Mar	30	5.00	5.21	6.18	12.28	3.54	4.54	6.37	8.01
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Apr	1	4.58	5.20	6.17	12.27	3.53	4.54	6.38	8.02
    Apr	5	4.54	5.16	6.13	12.26	3.52	4.54	6.39	8.03
    Apr	10	4.49	5.11	6.09	12.25	3.50	4.54	6.41	8.06
    Apr	15	4.44	5.06	6.04	12.23	3.48	4.54	6.43	8.08
    Apr	20	4.39	5.02	6.00	12.22	3.47	4.54	6.44	8.11
    Apr	25	4.34	4.57	5.57	12.21	3.45	4.54	6.46	8.13
    Apr	30	4.30	4.53	5.53	12.21	3.43	4.54	6.48	8.16
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    May	1	4.29	4.52	5.52	12.20	3.42	4.54	6.49	8.17
    May	5	4.26	4.49	5.50	12.20	3.41	4.54	6.50	8.19
    May	10	4.22	4.46	5.47	12.20	3.39	4.54	6.52	8.22
    May	15	4.18	4.43	5.45	12.20	3.38	4.54	6.54	8.26
    May	20	4.16	4.40	5.43	12.20	3.37	4.55	6.57	8.29
    May	25	4.13	4.38	5.41	12.20	3.36	4.55	6.59	8.32
    May	30	4.11	4.37	5.40	12.21	3.36	4.57	7.01	8.35
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Jun	1	4.11	4.36	5.40	12.21	3.37	4.57	7.02	8.36
    Jun	5	4.10	4.36	5.40	12.22	3.39	4.59	7.03	8.38
    Jun	10	4.10	4.35	5.40	12.22	3.41	5.01	7.05	8.41
    Jun	15	4.10	4.36	5.40	12.24	3.43	5.03	7.07	8.43
    Jun	20	4.10	4.36	5.41	12.25	3.45	5.04	7.08	8.44
    Jun	25	4.11	4.37	5.42	12.26	3.46	5.05	7.09	8.45
    Jun	30	4.13	4.39	5.44	12.27	3.46	5.06	7.10	8.46
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Jul	1	4.13	4.39	5.44	12.27	3.46	5.06	7.10	8.46
    Jul	5	4.15	4.41	5.45	12.28	3.46	5.06	7.10	8.46
    Jul	10	4.17	4.43	5.47	12.28	3.46	5.06	7.10	8.45
    Jul	15	4.20	4.45	5.49	12.29	3.44	5.05	7.09	8.43
    Jul	20	4.23	4.48	5.51	12.30	3.45	5.05	7.08	8.41
    Jul	25	4.26	4.51	5.53	12.30	3.47	5.05	7.06	8.39
    Jul	30	4.29	4.53	5.55	12.30	3.48	5.05	7.04	8.36
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Aug	1	4.30	4.54	5.56	12.30	3.49	5.04	7.03	8.34
    Aug	5	4.32	4.56	5.57	12.29	3.49	5.04	7.01	8.31
    Aug	10	4.35	4.59	5.59	12.29	3.50	5.02	6.58	8.27
    Aug	15	4.38	5.01	6.01	12.28	3.50	5.01	6.55	8.23
    Aug	20	4.40	5.03	6.03	12.27	3.50	4.59	6.51	8.18
    Aug	25	4.43	5.05	6.04	12.26	3.50	4.57	6.47	8.13
    Aug	30	4.45	5.07	6.06	12.24	3.49	4.54	6.43	8.08
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Sep	1	4.46	5.08	6.06	12.24	3.49	4.53	6.41	8.06
    Sep	5	4.47	5.10	6.07	12.22	3.48	4.51	6.37	8.02
    Sep	10	4.49	5.11	6.08	12.21	3.46	4.48	6.33	7.56
    Sep	15	4.51	5.13	6.10	12.19	3.45	4.44	6.28	7.51
    Sep	20	4.52	5.14	6.11	12.17	3.43	4.41	6.23	7.46
    Sep	25	4.54	5.16	6.12	12.15	3.40	4.37	6.18	7.41
    Sep	30	4.55	5.17	6.14	12.14	3.38	4.33	6.13	7.36
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Oct	1	4.56	5.17	6.14	12.13	3.37	4.33	6.12	7.35
    Oct	5	4.57	5.18	6.15	12.12	3.35	4.30	6.09	7.31
    Oct	10	4.58	5.20	6.17	12.10	3.33	4.26	6.04	7.27
    Oct	15	5.00	5.21	6.18	12.09	3.30	4.22	6.00	7.23
    Oct	20	5.02	5.23	6.20	12.08	3.28	4.19	5.56	7.19
    Oct	25	5.03	5.25	6.22	12.07	3.26	4.16	5.52	7.16
    Oct	30	5.05	5.27	6.25	12.07	3.24	4.13	5.49	7.13
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Nov	1	5.06	5.28	6.26	12.07	3.23	4.12	5.48	7.12
    Nov	5	5.08	5.29	6.28	12.07	3.21	4.10	5.46	7.10
    Nov	10	5.10	5.32	6.31	12.07	3.20	4.08	5.44	7.09
    Nov	15	5.12	5.34	6.33	12.08	3.19	4.06	5.42	7.08
    Nov	20	5.15	5.37	6.37	12.09	3.19	4.05	5.41	7.07
    Nov	25	5.17	5.40	6.40	12.10	3.18	4.04	5.40	7.07
    Nov	30	5.20	5.43	6.43	12.12	3.19	4.04	5.40	7.07
    
     		19 d	14 d	Sun	Midday	used		Sun	20 d
    	day	Fajr 	Dawn	Rise 	Zenith 	Asr1s	Asr2s	Set	 Isha
    Dec	1	5.21	5.43	6.44	12.12	3.19	4.05	5.40	7.08
    Dec	5	5.23	5.46	6.46	12.14	3.20	4.05	5.41	7.08
    Dec	10	5.26	5.49	6.50	12.16	3.21	4.06	5.42	7.10
    Dec	15	5.29	5.51	6.53	12.18	3.23	4.08	5.43	7.12
    Dec	20	5.31	5.54	6.55	12.20	3.25	4.10	5.45	7.14
    Dec	25	5.34	5.57	6.58	12.23	3.27	4.12	5.48	7.16
    Dec	30	5.36	5.59	7.00	12.25	3.30	4.15	5.51	7.19
    
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