BONSERNEWS.com – Before celebrating Eid al-Adha, Muslims are encouraged to carry out Tarwiyah fasting.
Before carrying it out, it is important to know the purpose of Tarwiyah fasting. Check out the explanation.
Tarwiyah sunnah fasting is carried out on the 8th of Dzulhijah or two days before Eid al-Adha which falls on the 10th of Dzulhijah to be precise the day before the day of wukuf.
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Tarwiyah sunnah fasting can be done alone or together, along with the intentions and procedures for Tarwiyah sunnah fasting.
The following are the intentions of the Sunnah Tarwiyah fasting and let’s see how the intentions of the Tarwiyah fasting are.
نويت صوم التروية سنة لله تعالى
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Nawaitu shauma al tarwiyata sunnatan lillahi ta’ala. Meaning: “I intend to fast the sunnah tarwiyah because of Allah ta’ala.”
The following is the procedure for fasting the Sunnah of Tarwiyah. Let’s look at the explanation of the procedures for fasting the Sunnah of Tarwiyah. For those who are going to fast to do sahur before dawn.
Reciting the intention before dawn is sunnah, meaning that if you don’t recite the intention before dawn but still want to fast, your worship is still valid.
For example, if you don’t have breakfast and haven’t eaten or drank since going to bed, then your fast is still valid.
Other procedures are no different from other obligatory fasts: while fasting, we must restrain all kinds of passions and still perform the obligatory worship.()