Book Name:Namaz e Eid Ka Tariqa
the Imām, it’s all right, otherwise, the same ruling as mentioned above with regard to the first Rak’at would apply. (Baĥār-e-Sharī’at, vol. 1, pp. 782; Durr-e-Mukhtār, vol. 3, pp. 64; Ālamgīrī vol. 1, pp. 151)
What to do if someone misses whole Jamā’at?
If someone missed the whole Jamā’at of Eid-Ṣalāĥ, whether he couldn’t join the Jamā’at at all or his Ṣalāĥ became invalid due to any reason after joining, then if possible, he should join Jamā’at elsewhere. Otherwise, he cannot offer it individually (without Jamā’at). However, it is preferable for him to offer four Rak’āt Chāsht Ṣalāĥ. (Durr-e-Mukhtār, vol. 3, pp. 67)
Rulings for Eid sermon
After the Eid Ṣalāĥ, the Imām will deliver two sermons. The acts that are Sunnaĥ for the Jumu’aĥ sermon are also Sunnaĥ for the Eid sermon. Likewise, the acts that are Makrūĥ for the Jumu’aĥ sermon are also Makrūĥ for the Eid sermon. There are only two differences between these two sermons:
It is a Sunnaĥ for the Imām not to sit before the first sermon of Eid Ṣalāĥ, whereas it is a Sunnaĥ for him to sit before the first sermon of Jumu’aĥ Ṣalāĥ.
In the Eid sermon, it is a Sunnaĥ for the Imām to recite اَللّٰهُ اَكۡبَر nine times before the first sermon, seven times before the second sermon and fourteen times before coming