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Alfajr starts when white glow appears in the horizon in the East and goes from the North to the South till the sunrise , Alduhur starts when the sun is no longer in the middle of the sky , when it moves to the West ( Zawal ) you can calculate it by dividing the number of hours between the sunrise and sunset by two , then add the result to the sunrise time it will equal the time when the sun is in the middle of sky so you should wait for five minutes to Zawal , Alduhur time ends when the shadow of a subject equals it's length , Alasr starts when the Duhur ends till the sun becomes yellow or sunset , Almagrib starts from sunset till the red Shafaq disappears ( red glow in the horizon I think you call it Twilight ? ) , then Alisha starts ,and ends in the middle of night , you calculate it by counting the number of hours between sunset and Fajr time then dividing it by two and adding the result to the sunset time . There are many websites and digital clocks that give you the prayer times according to your city or location .
And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by men. I tell you the truth, they have received their reward in full...Matt 6:5 I hope that you pray from your heart, and God definitely deserves all of our time, not just 5 times a day.If we pray the same thing all the time, that's not genuine...no meaning, hope this helps.