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Jamadi-us-Saani 15,1435 AH

Fajar: 4.57 am
Zohar: 12.26 pm
Asar: 4.38 pm
Maghrib: 6.38 pm  
Isha: 7.47 pm
Sunset today 6.32 pm
sunrise tomorrow 5.59 am
Moonrise today 7.37 pm
Moonset tomorrow 6.34 am

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