8. On the 8th of Dhuru hijjah (Yawm at-Tarwiyah), he performs ghusl, applies perfume, assumes the state of ihram from the place where he is staying, and begins saying the talbiyah. He then prays Zuhr, Asr, Magrib and Isha’ in Mina, shortening Zuhr and Asri. Does not join them, but instead, prays each prayer in its fixed times.
9. After sunrise on the 9th of Dhur Hijjah he heads towards ‘Arafah. If it is possible to stay at Namirah he doeas that. Namirah is a valley Outside of ‘Arafah in which the prophet’s (May Allah’s Blessing and peace be upon him) tent was set up. If staying at Namirah is not possible, he goes to ‘Arafah.
10. After the sun reaches its pinnacle, he prays zuhr, and Asr at the beginning of the time of Zuhr, with a single Adhan and two Iqamahs.
If he was outside ‘Arafah he enters its boundaries. If possible he stands with the mountains between himself and Qiblah. This is better, as it was where the prophet (May Allah’s Blessing and peace be upon him) stood. However, if it is difficult then all of Arafah is a place of standing, as the prophets (May Allah’s blessing and peace be upon him) said, “I stood here, and all Arafah is a place of standing, but do not stand at ‘Uranah (i.e. it is not within ‘Arafah).”
11. After Praying he busies himself with dhikr, dua, seeking forgiveness and reading the Quran, so that he may perceive the greatness of this day of ‘Arafah. It is a day in which Allah’s mercy descends on his servants, a lot of them are freed from the fire and Allah boosts to his angles about hos pilgrims.
In sahih Mulsm, A’ishah (May Allah be pleased with her) narrates, that the prophet (May Allah’s blessings and peace be upon him) said, “There is no day on which Allah sets free more slaves from Hell than he does on the day of Arafah.”
There is no day in which shaytan is seen more defeated, insignificant, and humiliated than on the day of Arafah, except that which occurred on the day of (the battle of) Badr.
This is due to what he sees of Allah’s generosity, well-treatment towards his servants, and his abundance of freeing them from the fire and forgiveness