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  • Salah Of Eid In Quran

    Umer updated 3 months, 3 weeks ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
  • Muhammad Sami ud-Din

    Member December 24, 2023 at 10:00 am

    The term ‘Eid’ appears only once in the Holy Quran’s Surah Al-Ma’ida.

    As about prayers it is recommended. But, not obligatory. The obligated prayers are only 17 rakahs of the day. All other prayers are optional, while rewardable. And Eid prayer is one of them.

  • Umer

    Moderator December 25, 2023 at 1:23 am

    Salah of Eid has been given to us through Sunnah just the way other worship rituals are transmitted through Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (sws). The following portion of Islam has been given to us through the Sunnah:

    Worship Rituals:

    i. The Prayer

    ii. Zakah and Sadaqah of Id al-Fitr

    iii. Fasting and Itikaf

    iv. Hajj and Umrah

    v. Animal Sacrifice and the Takbirs during the days of Tashriq

    Social Sphere:

    i. Marriage and Divorce and their relevant details

    ii. Abstention from coitus during the menstrual and the puerperal period

    Dietary Sphere:

    i. Prohibition of pork, blood, meat of dead animals and animals slaughtered in the name of someone other than Allah

    ii. Slaughtering in the prescribed manner of tadhkiyah by pronouncing Allah’s name

    Customs and Etiquette:

    i. Remembering Allah’s name before eating or drinking and using the right hand for eating and drinking

    ii. Greeting one another with al-Salamu ‘Alaykum (peace be to you) and responding with Wa ‘Alaykum al-Salam (and peace be to you)

    iii. Saying al-Hamdulillah (praise be to Allah) after sneezing and responding to it by saying Yarhamukallah (may Allah have mercy on you)

    iv. Keeping moustaches trimmed

    v. Shaving pubic hair

    vi. Removing the hairs under the armpits

    vii. Paring fingernails

    viii. Circumcising the male offspring

    ix. Cleaning the nose, the mouth and the teeth

    x. Cleaning the body after excretion and urination

    xi. Bathing after the menstrual and the puerperal periods

    xii. Ghusl-i Janabah

    xiii. Bathing the dead before burial

    xiv. Enshrouding a dead body and preparing it for burial

    xv. Burying the dead

    xvi. Id al-Fitr

    xvii. Id al-Adha

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