Days At- Tashrik

Days At-Tashrik — continued feast of sacrifice Eid al-Fitr — celebrated from the 11th to the 13th day of the 12th month of the Muslim lunar calendar, Dhul-Hijjah.

pilgrims go to Mina area on the night of the first day of the At-Tashrik and spend the night there. Beginning with the morning prayer of the day to Tashrik afternoon prayer Tashrik the third day, the Muslims, after the collective prayers, read Takbir Takbir called Tashrik.

After the onset of the time al-Zuf first day of At-Tashrik throw pebbles at three pillars . First, in small (Jamrat al-ula) — 7 stones, then into the middle column (Jamrat al-Wust) — 7 stones, and then in a large pillar (Jamrat al-Aqaba) — 7 stones. When the cast is desirable to say the words, "Allah Akbar."

On the second day of the days of Al-Tashrik repeated the same ceremony as the first day. Then, if the pilgrim found the sunset of the second day in Mina, then he is obliged to stay and throw pebbles into the third day. If someone is afraid for herself in a stampede, it may delay the throwing of stones on the third day, and if not physically, then designate another. However, if you can do alone, you can not designate another.