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Ruling 1506

It is recommended that on Eid al-Aḍḥā after ten [consecutive] prayers – the first of which being the ẓuhr prayer on the day of Eid and the last one being the ṣubḥ prayer on the twelfth day [of Dhū al-Ḥijjah] – a person says the takbīrs that were mentioned in the previous ruling, and that after each one he says:

اَللهُ أَکْبَـرُ عَلىٰ مَا رَزَقَـنَا مِنۢ بَهِیمَةِ الْأَنْـعَامِ، وَ الْحَمْدُ لِلّٰهِ عَلىٰ مَا أَبْلَانَا

allāhu akbaru ʿalā mā razaqanā mim bahīmatil anʿām, wal ḥamdu lillāhi
ʿalā mā ablānā
Allah is greater for having sustained us with [the produce of] cattle
livestock, and all praise is for Allah for having tested us.

However, if one is in Mina on Eid al-Aḍḥā, it is recommended that one says these takbīrs after fifteen [consecutive] prayers, the first of which being the ẓuhr prayer on the day of Eid and the last one being the ṣubḥ prayer on the thirteenth day of Dhū al-Ḥijjah.