Isha prayer

The Isha prayer is the fifth prayer of the day. It starts when twilight has disappeared and ends before midnight All three of these prayers consist of 4 units each and what is recited in these prayers is exactly the same. The only difference which occurs is that the first two units (raka’ts) in the Isha Prayer are recited AUDIBLY.

There are total 17 rakats in isha prayer: 4 Sunnah Ghair Muakkadah, 4 Fard, 2 Sunnah Muakkadha, 3 Wir, 2 Nafal.

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Evening Prayer
The Isha prayer (Arabic: صلاة العشاء‎ ṣalāt al-ʿišāʾ, "night prayer") is one of the five mandatory salah (Islamic prayer). As an Islamic day starts at sunset, the Isha prayer is technically the second prayer of the day. If counted from midnight, it is the fifth prayer of the day
• Also called: Night prayer | • Observances: Sunnah prayers | • Begins: After Maghrib prayer – Sunset | • Ends: Dawn | • Observed by: Muslims | • Significance: A Muslim prayer offered to God at the sunset and the beginning of night.