Prayer Times in Tehran

Get the most accurate Tehran, Iran Azan and Namaz times with both weekly Salat timings and monthly Salah timetable.

Offering daily prayer (Salat) is one of the most vital and essential duties that have to be performed as well as fulfilled by all the Muslims worldwide. All your problems are going to be solved when you offer your prayers on the right salat time and Allah’s (SWT) blessings will always be on you.

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Tehran

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Location Time: 2024-05-29 02:51:56
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Latitude: 35.69439
Longitude: 51.42151

 

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May Shawwal Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha Qiyam
01 Wed 22 04:38 06:13 13:02 16:46 19:50 21:25 01:02
02 Thu 23 04:37 06:12 13:01 16:46 19:51 21:26 01:02
03 Fri 24 04:36 06:11 13:01 16:47 19:52 21:28 01:02
04 Sat 25 04:34 06:10 13:01 16:47 19:53 21:29 01:02
05 Sun 26 04:33 06:09 13:01 16:47 19:54 21:30 01:01
06 Mon 27 04:31 06:08 13:01 16:47 19:55 21:31 01:01
07 Tue 28 04:30 06:07 13:01 16:47 19:55 21:32 01:01
08 Wed 29 04:29 06:06 13:01 16:47 19:56 21:34 01:01
May Dhul Qidah
09 Thu 01 04:27 06:05 13:01 16:47 19:57 21:35 01:01
10 Fri 02 04:26 06:04 13:01 16:47 19:58 21:36 01:01
11 Sat 03 04:25 06:03 13:01 16:47 19:59 21:37 01:01
12 Sun 04 04:24 06:02 13:01 16:48 19:59 21:38 01:01
13 Mon 05 04:22 06:01 13:01 16:48 20:00 21:40 01:01
14 Tue 06 04:21 06:01 13:01 16:48 20:01 21:41 01:01
15 Wed 07 04:20 06:00 13:01 16:48 20:02 21:42 01:01
16 Thu 08 04:19 05:59 13:01 16:48 20:03 21:43 01:01
17 Fri 09 04:18 05:58 13:01 16:48 20:04 21:44 01:01
18 Sat 10 04:17 05:58 13:01 16:48 20:04 21:45 01:01
19 Sun 11 04:16 05:57 13:01 16:49 20:05 21:47 01:01
20 Mon 12 04:14 05:56 13:01 16:49 20:06 21:48 01:01
21 Tue 13 04:13 05:56 13:01 16:49 20:07 21:49 01:01
22 Wed 14 04:12 05:55 13:01 16:49 20:07 21:50 01:01
23 Thu 15 04:11 05:54 13:01 16:49 20:08 21:51 01:01
24 Fri 16 04:11 05:54 13:01 16:49 20:09 21:52 01:01
25 Sat 17 04:10 05:53 13:01 16:50 20:10 21:53 01:01
26 Sun 18 04:09 05:53 13:01 16:50 20:10 21:54 01:02
27 Mon 19 04:08 05:52 13:01 16:50 20:11 21:55 01:02
28 Tue 20 04:07 05:52 13:02 16:50 20:12 21:56 01:02
29 Wed 21 04:06 05:51 13:02 16:50 20:12 21:57 01:02
30 Thu 22 04:06 05:51 13:02 16:50 20:13 21:58 01:02
31 Fri 23 04:05 05:50 13:02 16:51 20:14 21:59 01:02
You can print the Islamic Calendar 2024 and namaz timetable of prayer times in Tehran, Iran for the whole year. The Prayer Timings schedule of Tehran, Iran is updated automatically, so you can always find the most authentic and accurate prayer timings and Ramadan Calendar 2024 for the month of Ramadan Tehran, Iran. You can also download the Muslim and Quran app for prayer timings to view all namaz times anywhere, anytime. The Muslim and Quran app also gives you a chance to log your PrayerBook and notifies you to view your prayer history with ease all the time.

Prayer Times today in Tehran, Iran are Fajar Prayer Time 04:06, Dhuhr Prayer Time 13:02, Asar Prayer Time 16:50, Maghrib Prayer Time 20:12 & Isha Prayer Time 21:57. Get the most accurate Tehran, Iran Azan and Namaz times with both weekly Salat timings and monthly Salah timetable.

Popular Mosques in Tehran

 

Tehran – a city with a rich history, lively culture, remarkable architecture, and vibrant bazaars is home to a significant number of Muslims. According to the Islamic Republic of Iran's census, almost 89% of Iran's population identifies as Muslim, with 88% of the population identifying as Shia Muslims and remaining as Sunni Muslims. Therefore, you're likely to find a mosque nearby, irrespective of where you are in the country, including Tehran. Since Iran is also known for its religious tourism, many tourists visit Tehran.

 

Whether you're a tourist on a tour of the beautiful city or someone who has recently moved to Tehran and wants to know more about the popular mosques within the city, this guide will help you find the most popular mosques in Iran and their details. Iran's mosques are also widely regarded for their intricate designs, extraordinary tile work, and grandeur. Iran's culture is also welcoming and tourist-friendly. So, you can visit and enjoy the architecture of the mosques if you're in the city.

 

1. The Shah Mosque 

 

Located on the northern side of the Grand Bazaar in Tehran, Iran, the Shah Mosque is also known as Soltani mosque. The mosque was built during the Qajar period on the order of Fatih Ali Shah, the Qajar of Persia. Once completed, the mosque was considered an architectural marvel in the heart of Iran and is still regarded as one of the most beautiful creations of the Persian empire. The mosque has four-porch. Several features were added later to the mosque's architecture, such as the clock and minaret, which was added to the architecture of the mosque during Naser al-din Shah.

 

The mosque's architecture is inspired by the popular Vakil mosque in Shiraz, particularly the elegant decorations of the mosque. It is topped by a small gilt dome, which includes two Shahbestans. These are underground spaces or tunnels used to ventilate the interior space during the summers. However, in the past, they could also be used as schools. If you're going as a tourist, also make sure to respect the local culture and dress modestly. An appropriate attire for the mosque would be a modest covering and head scarf for women. Headscarves may not be available at the entrance of the mosque. So, you must take it with you in advance to avoid inconvenience. 

 

Shah Mosque, Tehran - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 04:49 a.m.
  • Dhuhr: 11:50 p.m.
  • Asr: 02:59 p.m.
  • Maghrib: 05:26 p.m.
  • Isha: 06:46 p.m.

 

Shah Mosque, Tehran - Facilities 

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available 
  • Restroom: May not be available 
  • Separate Prayer Hall for Women: May not be available  
  • Parking: May not be Available 
  • Denomination: Shia Islam

 

Shah Mosque, Tehran - Contact Details

 

 

2. Jameh Mosque of Varamin

 

Located in the Tehran province, Jameh Mosque of Varamin is the grand congregational mosque of Varamin. Being one of the oldest buildings in the city of Varamin, the mosque is highly popular. The construction of the mosque began during Sultan Muhammad Khodabaneh's tenure and was finally completed during his son Abu Sa'id Bahadur Khan's reign around 1322. The gorgeous building of the mosque includes a shabestan, a large dome of brick, and a portico. The mosque has a great location in the middle of an urban square. Jameh Mosque of Varamin is renowned for its unique and detailed architecture. The mosque has a stunningly designed courtyard. On the south of the courtyard, there is a shallow iwan with an arched muqarnas semidome.

 

Moreover, the building is decorated beautifully; the materials it is decorated with include glazed and unglazed terracotta, tile mosaic work, and plaster. So, if you're planning on visiting this beautiful mosque, do not hold back. The mosque is open every day from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday prayers are also held in the congregation. The mosque might be closed to non-worshippers during the time of the prayers. So, if you are going for a visit, adjust your timings accordingly. Moreover, do not forget to dress appropriately for the mosque and wear a head covering if you're a woman to avoid inconvenience. 

 

Jameh Mosque of Varamin, Tehran Province - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 04:49 a.m.
  • Dhuhr: 11:50 p.m.
  • Asr: 02:59 p.m.
  • Maghrib: 05:26 p.m.
  • Isha: 06:46 p.m.

 

Jameh Mosque of Varamin, Tehran Province - Facilities 

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available 
  • Restroom: May not be available 
  • Separate Prayer Hall for Women: May not be available  
  • Parking: May not be Available 
  • Denomination: Shia Islam

 

Jameh Mosque of Varamin, Tehran Province - Contact Details

 

 

3. Sepahsalar Mosque

 

One of the most popular historical mosques in Tehran, Iran, the Sepahsalar mosque is located in Jomhuri Ave Baharestan Square. The construction project for the mosque was started in 1879 upon the orders of Mirza Hosein Sepehsalar, who was the grand Vazir of Iran during the Naser al-Din Shah Qajar, and the first half of the construction was completed five years after the project was started. However, the mosque's name was changed to Shahid Motahhari after the Iranian Revolution. One of the largest mosques In Iran, the Sepharsalar Mosque is known for its unique architecture, which includes eight minarets. The architecture of the mosque is one of a kind, with a mix of Persian architecture and architecture inspired by the popular mosques of Istanbul, especially the Sultan Ahmet mosque.

 

The mosque has one special dome along with eight minarets. The main entrance and façade are Qajar style-like. The mosque also has a courtyard decorated in typical Qajar, flamboyant style leading arcades of college rooms. The mosque also has a library, a gateway, a school with 60 chambers, and a shabestan. The library at the mosque is highly reputable. So, we recommend checking it out on your visit. Sepahsalar mosque may not be open to worshippers during prayer times. So, plan your visit accordingly. Also, make sure to dress appropriately when visiting the mosque, including taking a head scarf along with you if you're a woman, as they may not be available easily at the mosque.

 

Sepahsalar Mosque, Tehran - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 04:49 a.m.
  • Dhuhr: 11:50 p.m.
  • Asr: 02:59 p.m.
  • Maghrib: 05:26 p.m.
  • Isha: 06:46 p.m.

 

Sepahsalar Mosque, Tehran - Facilities 

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available 
  • Restroom: May not be available 
  • Separate Prayer Hall for Women: May not be available  
  • Parking: May not be Available 
  • Denomination: Shia Islam

 

Sepahsalar Mosque, Tehran - Contact Details

 

  • Address/Location: Jomhuri Ave Baharestan Square, Tehran 11369 Iran
  • Google Maps: Sepahsalar Mosque

 

4. Fakhr-ol-Dowleh Mosque 

 

Located in the Shemiran neighborhood in Tehran, the Fakhr-ol-Dowleh is another historical mosque in Iran that was designed and built by Nikolai Markov in 1949. The mosque has a traditional architecture; the interior of the building includes bricks and veneer mosaics. It has a half-octagonal shaped entrance with small minarets on the corners. Since the original dome of the building wasn't as high, a dome higher in length was added later on. Renovations have been made to the mosque over the years, including the addition of a women's prayer area.

 

The mosque is a must-visit on your visit to Tehran. And if you're a woman looking for a mosque with a separate prayer area for a woman, you can consider visiting the Fakhr-ol-Dowleh mosque, especially if you live in the Shemiran neighborhood. The prayer might be closed to non-worshippers and visitors during prayer times. So, make sure to adjust your visit accordingly and dress appropriately upon your visit to avoid inconvenience. 

 

Fakhr-ol-Dowleh Mosque, Tehran - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 04:48 a.m.
  • Dhuhr: 11:49 p.m.
  • Asr: 03:01 p.m.
  • Maghrib: 05:28 p.m.
  • Isha: 06:45 p.m.

 

Fakhr-ol-Dowleh Mosque, Tehran- Facilities 

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available 
  • Restroom: Available 
  • Separate Prayer Hall for Women: Available   
  • Parking: Available 
  • Denomination: Shia Islam

 

Fakhr-ol-Dowleh Mosque, Tehran - Contact Details

 

  • Address/Location: MCXP+7R3 District 12, Tehran, Tehran Province, Iran
  • Google Maps: Fakhr-ol-Dowleh

 

5. Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque 

 

Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque is considered one of Iranian architecture's masterpieces. Built during the Safavid Empire, the mosque is located in Esfahan, Iran. The mosque stands to the east of Naqsh-i-Jahan Square. The mosque was built in the 17th century and was designed by the notable architect Muhammadreza Ifahani during the tenure of Shah Abbas I of Persia. Although the mosque does not have a courtyard or interior iwans similar to other mosques in Iran, the mosque is still regarded as one of Iran's most stunning mosques. The mosque's design consists of seven-colored tiles, calligraphy, and inscriptions, which are used to decorate the mosque's doors, domes, and walls.

 

Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Esfahan - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 04:49 a.m.
  • Dhuhr: 11:50 p.m.
  • Asr: 02:59 p.m.
  • Maghrib: 05:26 p.m.
  • Isha: 06:46 p.m.

 

Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Esfahan - Facilities 

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available 
  • Restroom: May not be available 
  • Separate Prayer Hall for Women: Available   
  • Parking: Available 
  • Denomination: Shia Islam

 

Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Esfahan - Contact Details

 



 

FAQs:

FajrDuhurAsrMaghribIsha
04:0613:0216:5020:1221:57

 

The Fajr prayer time in Tehran is 04:06 today.
The Dhuhr prayer time in Tehran is 13:02 today.
The Asr prayer time in Tehran is 16:50 today.
The Maghrib prayer time in Tehran is 20:12 today.
The Isha prayer time in Tehran is 21:57 today.
The sunrise time in Tehran is 05:51 today.
The sunset time in Tehran is 20:12 today.
Yes, you can subscribe to receive daily prayer notifications with the Muslim & Quran - Prayer Times mobile application in Tehran. Download the application on your Android or iPhone smartphone, select prayer timings, and enable prayer times notifications. The app allows you to choose your preferred prayer timing calculation method, either a high altitude calculation method or timings from the most authentic prayer times calculation authority in your region. Users also have the option to choose their preferred Fiqh and daylight savings to adjust the prayer times automatically. Users can also choose their own notification sound.
If you are following daylight saving time, the time of your daily prayers will have to be adjusted accordingly. The Muslim and Quran - Prayer Times mobile application allows users to enable daylight savings time. To enable the feature, select prayer timings, go to settings, select daylight savings, choose the daylight savings time applicable in your region (+1 hour, +30 minutes, - 30 minutes, -1 hour, etc), and receive auto-adjusted prayer times notification on your phone.

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