Eid prayers, also known as Salat al-Eid and Șālat al-’Īdayn ( "Prayer of the 2 Eids"), is the unique prayers give to memoralized 2 Islamic festivals traditionally in an open area allocated or range for free prayer. The 2 festivals on which these prayers are conducted in huge crowd are:Eid ul-Fitr celebrated on the 1st day of the Islamic month of Shawal after the starve in the holly month of Ramadan. Eid ul-Adha celebrated on the 10th day of hajj after the Day of Arafah, the major day of the Hajj tour peroid.
The time for Salat al-Eid begins when the sun reaches almost 3 meters above the boundary until it reaches its peak. It begin when the sun has grown above the height of a spear, and continues until the sun is coming its peak. It is recommended to offer it in the daylight in the early hours after sunrise. Obeying to the Sunah the time for Eid ul-Fitr prayer is postpond and Eid ul-Adha prayer is quickly so as to facilitate delivered of Fitrana before the Eid ul-Fitr prayer and offer sacrifice after the Eid ul-Adha prayer. This has been a proved Sunah and has been well recorded in Hadith books.