Book Name:Namaz e Eid Ka Tariqa

A Mustaḥab act for Eid-ul-Aḍḥā Ṣalāĥ

In most cases, the rulings for Eid-ul-Aḍḥā are the same as for Eid-ul-Fir. However, there are a few  differences; for example, it is Mustaab not to eat anything before the alāĥ of Eid-ul-Aḍḥā regardless of whether or not one is performing the ritual sacrifice. However, if one eats something, there is still no harm. (‘Ālamgīrī, vol. 1, pp. 152)

Eight Madanī pearls for Takbīr-e-Tashrīq

1.          The Takbīr اَللهُ اَکْبَرُط اَللهُ اَکْبَرُط لَاۤ اِلٰهَ اِلَّا اللهُ وَاللهُ اَکْبَرُط اَللهُ اَکْبَرُط وَ لِلّٰهِ الْحَمْدُط is called Takbīr-e-Tashrīq. Reciting it once loudly is Wājib, whereas reciting it thrice is preferable after all Far alāĥs offered with the first Jamā’at of the Masjid from the Fajr alāĥ of 9th to the ‘Ar alāĥ of 13th Żul-ijja-til-arām. (Baĥār-e-Sharī’at, vol. 1, pp. 779 to 785; Tanvīr-ul-Abṣār, vol. 3, pp. 71)

It is Wājib to recite Takbīr-e-Tashrīq immediately after performing the Salām. However, one may recite it as long as he has not done any such act that negates the Binā (i.e. resumption or rejoining) of alāĥ. For instance, if someone exited the Masjid or invalidated his Wuū deliberately or engaged in talking, though forgetfully, Takbīr would no longer remain Wājib for him in all these cases. However, if his Wuū became invalid unintentionally, he should recite the Takbīr. (Durr-e-Mukhtār, Rad-dul-Muḥtār, vol. 3, pp. 73)


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