Literally means "feast, festival". In Islam, it refers to the first day of the month of Shawwaal and the tenth day of the month of Zil Hijjah. Both these days are days of celebration and devotion to Allah Ta'ala.
The place where the eid salaat is offered. In Arabic it is referred to as the "musalla".
The salaat that is offered on the days of eid.
The tenth of Zil Hijjah. Literally means "the festival of sacrifice". It is referred to as ad'haa because it is on this day that animals are sacrificed in the name of Allah and for His pleasure alone.
The first of Shawwaal. Literally means "feast of breaking the Ramadaan fast". It is referred to as fitr because it is on this day that the month-long Ramadaan fast comes to an end.
Literally means "evening". Generally, it refers to the evening prayer which is the fifth of the five daily prayers. It is also referred to as esha salaat or salaatul esha.
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