How to Perform Eid Al Adha Prayers 2020 | Bakrid Time Announced
Here you will come to know the correct method of how to perform Eid al Adha prayers 2020 and how many takbeers are there on eid. As you know that tomorrow is the day of Eid-ul-Adha, we must first know how to perform the Eid-ul-Adha prayer. What is the real way to perform the Eid-ul-Adha prayer? How to stand How to dress on the day of Eid How to cut the nails of our hands.
We hope that you will be able to pay it well and get rewarded and a good place in the house of God. Before performing Eid prayers, we have to cleanse and bathe our bodies. First of all, we need to know how to bathe you. If you do not know this, don’t worry. We will tell you which one. How many ghusls are obligatory and why it is obligatory to do ghusl. Ghusl is very important because after doing ghusl our body becomes pure and clean.
The method of bathing is the same for both men and women
The bathing methods are given below.
- Both hands are washed up to the wrists
- Then do istanja.
- Also wash away the real impurity from the body.
- Then perform Wudhu.
- After performing Wudhu, pour a little water on the whole body and rub it with your hands.
- Then pour water on the whole body three times.( First pour water three times on the right hand and then three times on the left hand)
How to Perform Eid Al Adha Prayers 2020
I have a special intention to perform two rak’ats of Eid prayers with six takbeers behind this Imam.
They make the intention of praying for only two rak’ats. Then the prayer begins and Imam Allah Akbar will say, “We will take our hands to our ears and tie them, then we will recite the Sunnah, and then Allah will be Akbar’s hand again.” They will raise their hands and tie their hands a second time. They will not leave their hands. Once they say Allahu Akbar, they will release their hands. Then for the fourth time, the Imam will say Allahu Akbar and raise their hands. Someone else will recite a surah, then what will they do? They will rejoice. They will tie the hands of the Urdu government. In the second rak’ah, Surah.