Masala 1: The first day of the month of Shawwal is called Eid-ul-Fitr and the tenth day of the month of Dhul-Hijja is called Eid-ul-Adha. These two days are of great rejoicing in Islam.
Masala 2: All the essential requisites of Jumu’a Prayer are also applicable to the prayer of both Eids except the Khutba which is obligatory and imperative in Juma prayer and is delivered before the prayer. But the Khutba is not obligatory in Eid prayer. It is Sunnah in Eid prayers and is delivered after offering the prayer. Listening of the Khutba of both Eids are also governed by the same rules as that of Juma prayer i.e. talking, praying etc. during the Khutba is prohibited.
Masala 3: The following acts and things are Sunnah on Eid-ul-Fitr.
(1) To adorn oneself as permitted by Sharii’a
(2) To take a bath
(3) To clean teeth with Miswak
(4) To wear best clothes that one has
(5) To use perfume
(6) To rise very early in the morning
(7) To go to Eidgah very early
(8) To eat some sweet like dates before going to Eidgah
(9) To give away Sadaqatul-Fitr before going to Eidgah
(10) To offer Eid prayer in Eidgah, that is, not to offer it in the mosque of the locality without any legitimate excuse.
(11) To go to Eidgah by one way and to come back home by the other
(12)To go on foot
(13)To recite the following on way to Eidgah in low voice
(Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, La-ilaha ilal-lah Wal-lahu-Akbar, Allahu Akbar, walil-lahil-hamd)