The timely and correct performance of salah is the religious duty of every Muslim. Almighty Allah has ordered believers to perform each of the five daily obligatory prayers at a certain time interval and in the correct direction under any circumstances. Salah started even a second before the time for it has begun is not valid, and it is a major sin not to do the fard.
You can view on our website and print the salah schedule for Dartmouth for today, for the current week and for the whole May 2023. The table shows the sunrise time and the exact time of the beginning of the daily prayers - morning Fajr, midday Zuhr, afternoon Asr, evening Maghrib and night Isha.
The salah schedule is calculated according to canonical formulas, taking into account the position of the sun for geographical coordinates and the time zone of Dartmouth. The time is calculated by the Shafiyah method of Islamic Society of North America. You can change the settings and set Hanafi and the desired calculation method — the Muslim World League method or any other.