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  1. what does 90 mins indicate in this graph? Does it mean the complete process will take 90 mins or we should be sleeping for 90 mins and then repeat this process again?

  2. Assalaam alaykum,

    This is all simple and perfect for a person who is SINGLE. Wont’ work for someone who is married.
    Anyway. I have a question, if you can substantiate your answer to it. To pray Tahajjud, what is the best time of the night? Is it better to wake up at say 3 AM, pray Tahajjud, sleep and then wake up again for Fajr after? Do you know around what time the prophet s.a.w. pray Tahajjud at? (besides the quote that he prayed in the ‘later’ part of the night.)

  3. Isn’t it better to pray tahajjud and witr later in the night? The timing to begin ‘sleeping’ can differ from day to day.

  4. “Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuhu”

    I have small doubt or you may call as stupid question.
    In Favorite part of doodle how to pray Tahajjud Salah before going to sleep?
    Please explain brief about Tahajjud Salah, how to perform, how many rakaat, what is the time preferable.

    Jazakallah Khair.

  5. Assalamu alaykum. Loved the chart, yet if I understood it correctly, then you have tahajjud as a prayer one does before sleep. That is called qiyam and tahajjud is the voluntary prayer you do after you sleep, as in needing to wake up for. Qiyam and all the other ‘for your Lord’ actions help one get up to pray at night. May we become of those you practice both!
    Thank you

  6. Jazakallah khair. i loved the doodle but have the same confusion about thahajjud prayer.
    waiting one for morning routines also :):):):)

  7. This is a great idea but wouldn’t work for those with young children. 90 minutes is a long time at the end of a tiring day already