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If the case is as you mention, that this man was unconscious for a long period, including Ramadan, where he was not aware of anything as a result of the accident, he does not have to make up for Sawm and Salah. This is according to the more correct of the two opinions maintained by scholars, as he was not responsible to do so during that period.May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions. source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/making-up-missed-salah-because-of-being-unconscious-or-sick
This book talks about the rulings of the Janazah that every Muslim wants to know :https://www.al-feqh.com/en/the-rulings-of-the-janazah The Pillars of the Funeral Prayer 1- Standing if possible. 2- Saying four takbeers. 3- Reciting suratu al-Fatiha. 4- Sending blessings upon the Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him.) 5- Praying for the deceased. 6- Performing the aforementioned in the stated sequence. 7- Saying at-Tasleem. The Sunnahs of the Funeral Prayer 1- Saying “A’udhu billahi…” before recitation. 2- Supplicating for himself and other Muslims. 3- Reading silently. 4- Making several rows in the congregation, such as three or more.
The prayer makes the intention in his heart to offer prayer, but it is not permissible to say this intention out loud, because that is an innovation: The Prophet (peace be upon him) has said that actions are by their intention, and there is but for each man that which he has intended.[ Source: Agreed upon.] source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/description-of-salat-islamic-prayer
1-Facing the Qiblah and Saying Takbeeratul Ihram (the initiating takbeer) 2-Commencement of the Prayer and the Recitation of Fatiha 3-Bowing and Rising from it 4-Prostrating and Rising up from it 5-At-Tashahhud 6-Saying the Salam source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en