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Eid prayer consists of two units (Rakat in Arabic, singular is Raka). The main difference in the way this prayer and any other prayer of two Rakat is performed is the number of Takbirs that are done.
Takbirs is an the Arabic word referring to when "Allahu Akbar" is said and the hands are raised to the ears. (Surrender) Make an intention of doing two Rakat behind the Imam for Eid prayer along with six additional Takbirs.
After the Imam has said "Allahu Akbar" the first time, you should raise your hands and follow. This is the first Takbir of the prayer.
There will be 3 Takbirs before the Imam starts reciting Quran. Each time the Imam says "Allahu Akbar", you should follow by raising your hands, then putting them on your sides. After the third Takbir, the Imam will begin reciting the Quran. At that point, you should put your hands on your chest with your right hand on top of the left. After the recitation, before going into Ruku, there will be 3 Takbirs. Follow the Imam. Raise your hands after each "Allahu Akbar". After the third Takbir, go into Ruku (the bowing position).
Stand up straight when the Imam says Sami Allah huliman Hamidah, and say "Rabbana lakal Hamd" in a low voice. When the Imam says "Allahu Akbar" go into Sujud. You will do two prostrations.
After this, you sit for the complete Tashshahud.
After the Imam ends the prayer by turning to his face to the right first and saying "Assalamu alaikum wa Rahmatullah" and then to his left and doing the same, you should follow.
Do not get up right away. The Imam will give a short Khutbah (speech). Please stay still and listen. It is recommended to do so- https://www.soundvision.com/article/how-to-perform-eid-ul-adha-prayer