According to Hanafi scholars, Salat al-Eid is Wajib (obligatory). To Hanbali jurisprudence, it is Fard (necessary; often synonymous with Wajib) and according to Maliki and Shafiʽi schools, it is considered to be Sunnah Al-Mu’akkadah (“confirmed Sunnah, “continuously performed and never abandoned”) but not mandatory.
What happens if you miss Eid prayer?
According to the Malikis, al-Khurashy, a Maliki jurist, said, “It is recommended for whoever misses the Eid prayer with the imam to pray it.
Do you have to pray Eid Salah at home?
The Hanbali, Maliki, and Shafi’i schools of fiqh allow us to pray Eid salah at home since we cannot partake in public communal prayers for the time being.
Can we pray Eid ul Fitr namaz at home?
In masjid, Imam delivers the khutbah (sermon) of Eid, which is not allowed when the namaz is performed at home. The namaz can be performed at home either alone or with other family members.
Can we pray Eid namaz at home Hanafi?
But according to Hanafi School, it is not permissible to perform Eid prayer at home individually. … This year during Ramadan, people mostly stayed at home and preferred to perform their daily and Tarawih congregational prayers at home.
How do you pray Salatul Eid ul Fitr?
Put your hands on your chest or navel as the Imam recites the Holy Quran. Place your right hand on top of your left hand. The Imam will recite Surah Al Fatiha and then an additional Surah; it’s the sunnah to recite Surah Al A’la in the first rak’ah. Listen carefully as he speaks and reflect on the words.
How many Rakats is Eid ul Fitr?
Eid al-Fitr has a particular salat (Islamic prayer) that consists of two rakats (units) generally performed in an open field or large hall.