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The days of Eid

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The new moon is called 'Hilal' in Arabic. 'Hilal' is the moon of one to three dates. Rasulullah (s.a.w.) said, 'You fast by seeing the moon, break your fast by seeing the moon, break fast or celebrate Eid.' The night in which the moon is visible in the evening is called 'Chandarat'. The ninth month of the Arabic lunar year is Ramadan and the tenth month is Shawwal.

At the end of the fasting of Ramadan, the first Shawwal is Eid-ul-Fitr or the Eid of Ramadan. The moon night of Shawwal is the night of Eid. This Eid night is one of the nights in Islam which are for worship and full of virtues. The first Sunnah and Farje Kifaya practice of moon night is to look at the moon at sunset. It is Sunnah to recite dua upon sighting of the moon or when news of sighting of the moon is confirmed (Tirmidhi 3451).

Men try to perform Maghrib, Isha and Fajr prayers with the congregation in mosques on the Eid night of Ramadan and women perform obligatory prayers. To attain sanctity especially for night worship. Wearing good clothes suitable for worship. Awwabin prayer after Maghrib and Tahajjud prayer in the last night. Waking up at night and worshiping Nafal. Praying nafal prayers. Reciting Tahiyatul Azu, Dukhulul Masjid, Tawbar Namaz, Salatul Hajat, Salatut Tasbih, Salatus Shokar etc. Reciting Quran Sharif, reciting Surah Yasin, Surah Rahman, Surah Waqiya, Surah Mulk, Surah Muzammil, Surah Muddashir, Surah Fatah, Surah Naba etc. Reciting Darood Sharif, Istighfar, Zikir.

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