Islamic Prayer Times in Afghanistan

Our Islamic Prayer Times in Afghanistan Page is your go-to source for updated and accurate Salah timings for Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha. No matter where you are in the country, you can find Salah timings for all cities in Afghanistan according to their geographical location. With the Islamic Prayer Times in Afghanistan Page as your guide, you don't have to worry about missing your obligatory prayers!

As of {Year}, the population of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is approximately 42 million. 80-85 percent of the country's population comprises Sunni Muslims. Shia Muslims constitute 10-17 percent of the population, and the remaining 0.3 percent are minority religions such as Sikhism, Hinduism, Christianity, and Zoroastrianism. Save the prayer timings timetable by Muslim and Quran on your mobile phone and receive regular notifications for all prayers wherever you are in Afghanistan.  

Find Accurate Prayer Times with Muslim and Quran

Access the Islamic Prayer Times in Afghanistan Page for precise and regularly updated prayer timings for all major cities in the country. Browse our website or use the Muslim and Quran app to find prayer times for all five prayers and a countdown to the next Salah. And if you want to receive regular Salah timing updates all year round, download the Prayer Schedule for the entire Islamic year.

Islamic Community Services and Organizations in Afghanistan

Many non-profit Islamic organizations and charities work for the welfare and upliftment of vulnerable Muslim communities in Afghanistan. Two such institutions are:

  1. Islamic Relief Worldwide Afghanistan: Working in Afghanistan for over 23 years to provide emergency relief and implement life-enhancing developmental projects for the country's most helpless and disadvantaged communities.
  2. Afghanaid: Supporting vulnerable families by providing emergency assistance, money, food, shelter, and other essential household items to help rebuild and sustain their livelihoods.

Cities with the Largest Muslim Population in Afghanistan

About 99 percent of the Afghan population is Muslim, with approximately 80 percent belonging to the Hanafi School and Sunni sect and about 15 percent belonging to the Shia sect (Jafaris). Over the past three decades, the Salafists (Wahhabis) have also gained influence among the Sunnis.

Most Shiites reside in the central regions of Afghanistan, in the west, and cities such as Herat, Kabul, Ghazni, and Mazar-i-Sharif. The largest group among Shiites is Shia Hazaras. Other Shiite groups include the Tadjik, the Pashtun, and the Shia Farsiwan in Herat Province.

Islamic Education and Institutions in Afghanistan

Educational institutions in Afghanistan are working to provide traditional and religious education to the community for their academic and moral upliftment. Here are two such institutions:

  1. Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL): Utilizes a comprehensive approach to educate and provide good healthcare to students, especially women and girls. The institute aims to educate all Afghans to alleviate their suffering and boost their educational, social, and economic standards.
  2. University of Afghanistan (UOFA): Plays a significant, influential role in educating and training future decision-makers/policymakers and entrepreneurs committed to the betterment of the country via superior academics and research.

Connect with the Muslim Community in Afghanistan 

Wherever you are in Afghanistan, receive updated notifications of accurate Salah times on your Muslim and Quran app. Our goal at is to develop a global networking platform for Muslims to avail of reliable Islamic education. You can help our cause by propagating the message of Islam in your community – join a local prayer group, become a member of your community centers, or participate in religious gatherings and help the network of Islam grow!