Waqt (وقت - time) of Salaḧ (صلاة - muslim prayer) and other relevant times, for places around the earth.
WaqtScope is a nice standalone webpage, that can work also offline, which calculates Muslim Prayer times (five waqts: Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, Isha) and other relevant times. Fajr time starts with dawn and ends just before sunrise; Dhuhr is to be performed in the noon and Asr is the prayer of afternoon; as sunsets waqt of Ars ends and afterwards in evening Maghrib starts; Maghrib time remains while there is a twilight visible in the sky; after twilight diminishes and night falls dark, Isha waqt commences.
For sawm, sahri shall be taken before Subhe-sadik (start of dawn). Time to finish Sahri is marked as Imsak. Iftar time is the same as that of Maghrib.
Several methods are followed around the world to determine time. You may need to select one from the menu available on the left.
Salat times differ for locations. You can set your location (or nearest location) and timezone from the settings on the right. Current version do not provide option to set geographic coordinates (longd, latid, altid) manually - later release plans to provide so. DST of timezones will be available in later versions as well.
version: 1.0.0; released: 1stRamadan (2 Aug), 2011.
LikhonPad is nice tool for typing in different language. People can type English with much ease but often struggle in writing other scripts. For almost same reason often, Bengali is written in Roman Transliteration (English letters). So, I thought about developing an application where people can type using English alphabet as a transliteration of desired language and get the text in desired language. Languages to be supported on the first public release are,
The first public beta was made available on internet in January 24, 2010. Get it here and the transliteration formula here.
- বাংলা (Bengali)
- العربية (Arabic)
- ελληνικά (Greek)
- עִבְרִית (Hebrew)
- देवनागरी/हिन्दी (Devnagari Lipi/Hindi)
This application is built to narrate some text input. I hope to release the first version of this application on May 24, 2011