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Eid-ul-Fitr Prayer: How to Perform Eid-ul-Fitr Salah?

September 8, 20225 Mins Read

Alhamdulillah, we’re so lucky and favored to have another Eid to celebrate. Allah (SWT) allows us to notice the holiest and sanctified month of Ramadan. The month wrapped up with a day known as Eid-ul-Fitr. It is the most joyful day for Muslims. The morning of the day has gleamed with the glad essences of Muslims throughout the planet.


Performing Eid-ul-Fitr supplication with companions and family members at the petition ground is the phenomenal occasion of the day. The salah has occurred in the first part of the day. The design of performing Eid-ul-Fitr is somewhat unique concerning that of others. Therefore, we should perceive how to perform Eid-ul-Fitr Salah and how it is extraordinary.

Step by step instructions to Perform Eid-ul-Fitr Salah

Eid-ul-Fitr is a two-Rakat salah. The center ceremonies of the salah have no distinction. The solitary expansion of this salah is “six takweer” in the salah. It is the required piece of Eid-ul-Fitr supplication. Three takweer in each Rakat will also be performed. The remainder of the customs will stay, of course. How about we figure out How to perform Eid-ul-Fitr Salah bit by bit.

  1. Niyat or expectation is the main thing to begin salah. In particular, make expectations before starting the petition.

The First Raka

  1. After making Niyat or expectation, the next thing is Takweer-e-Tahreema or the first takweer. After the Imam says “Allahu Akbar,” lift your hands and follow Imam. This is the primary Takweer of the supplication.
  2. after the first takweer, there will be 3 Takbirs before the Imam begins discussing Surah Fatiha and the accompanying another surah after that. These three takweers are fundamental for Eid supplication. After these three takweers, Imam will begin Surah Fatiha and another after the Surah Fatiha. By at that point, you should put your hands on your chest, with your right hand on the left.
  3. Listen to the recitation of the Holy Quran and follow Imam for the following activity until the accompanying Raáka begins. Imam will prompt Ruku once the recitation is finished.
  4. Follow Imam and perform Ruku and Sujood with Imam. In this manner, the main Raáka will be finished.

The Second Raka

  1. The second Raáka will begin for what it’s worth (like the other supplication begins). First, Imam will begin the Raáka with Sura Fatiha, and later, he will add another surah.
  2. Imam will lift hands to play out an extra three Takweer before going into Ruku (the bowing position). Counterfeit Imam and play out the extra three Takweers with him.
  3. Then Imam will sit for Tahahhud (Jalsah) and others dua. Playing out all, Imam will finish up the petition with Salam. You ought to follow as the devotee in the supplication.

Extra Six Takweer in Eid-ul-Fitr Prayer

For the most part, there is no distinction in Eid’s petition and others aside from six extra takweers in the supplication. The supplication begins by (as other petition stars) with the particular Niyat (aim) for Eid supplication. The sole contrast with different petitions is the extra six takweers sharing two Raka of the supplication.

There will be three takweers in each Raáka. The initial three takweers will be after the Takweer-e-Tahreema. The last three takweers will be played in the wake of recounting the Sura Fatiha and the accompanying one – not long before making a beeline for Ruku. Keep in mind, playing out these six Takweers in the Eid petition is wajib, and willful infringement would break salah.

Sunnah Qirat for Eid-ul-Fitr Prayer

You can discuss any two Sura from the Quran or a couple of stanzas to perform Eid-ul-Fitr Salah. Be that as it may, our Prophet (PBUH) favored some sura to recount in the petition. Our Prophet (PBUH) discusses Sura Qaaf (50) in the primary Raákat and Sura Qamar (54) in the second. In some cases, He (PBUH) discusses Surat ul-A’laa (87) in the first and Soorat ul-Ghaasheeyah (88) in the second Raákat.

Sunnah Qirat in Eid-ul-Fitr Prayer

  • Sura Qaaf in the main Raáka and Sura Qamar in the principal Raáka, or
  • Surat ul-A’laa in the main Raáka and Soorat ul-Ghaasheeyah in the primary Raáka

The Khutbah of Eid-ul-Fitr

The Eid petition is wrapped up with a short Khutbah (talk), which is stacked with Takweer and a few requests for the prosperity of Muslims and the all-out humanity. So do tune in to the discussion mindfully and ask all the integrity Allah later in Dua.

Tuning in to Khutbah (discourse) is sunnah. There is no Azan (call to supplication) or Iqamah for the Eid khutbah. The Khutbah is divided into two segments, as the Khutbah delivered in the Jumáa supplication. Listening mindfully without making sound and moving is

Sunnah Acts of Eid-ul-Fitr

Eid day is a memorable day for everybody. Our Prophet used to notice the day with the new energy. He used to carry out the accompanying things on the day of Eid. These deeds are sunnah.

  • To rise and shine promptly toward the beginning of the day.
  • Clean up.
  • Clean the teeth utilizing midway.
  • Put on the best material he had.
  • Use fragrance.
  • Have some sweet like dates before he leaves for petition ground.
  • Go to the supplication ground territory early. (The Prophet used to offer Eid petition in the main domain instead of providing it in a mosque of an area with no bona fide reason).
  • The Prophet used to go to the Eid Prayer region by one course and return through another method.
  • He used to go for Eid’s petition ground by strolling.
  • He recounts Takweer during the best approach to Eid supplication ground. Here is the Arabic content: الله أكبر .. الله أكبر .. لا إله إلا الله ، الله أكبر .. الله أكبر .. ولله الحمد (Translation: Allah is The Best, is The Best. There is no god except for Allah. He is The Best. All offers of acknowledgment and thanks are for Him)

The Prophet used to pay Sadqa e Fitr (Zakat ul Fitr) before Eid day.

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