Ijtimai / Qurbani


We provide Animals to various welfare trusts for EID UL ADHA each year for Qurbani purposes. These animals are of various specifications in terms of their weight , type and teeth. These animals are all sharia compliant and healthy in nature so there are no objections. People approach these welfare trust to put HISA in qurbani for which these welfare trust procure animals from us based on their HISA categories and those animals are then delivered to all these Madrasas before the 1st day of EID UL Adha for their timely slaughtering and distribution of meat to their respective people.

We are providing 3,000 plus animals for ijtimai qurbani and our name is being now considered with quality and commitment and our clients are very satisfied.


We also provide animals to families who do Qurbani by themselves at their homes. We have various types and weight categories available at farm where families visit our farm and select their best animals as per their budget and need. They can either take the animal with them or they keep it with us for a specified time and then it is delivered to their doorstep before EID uL Adha.


Qurbani is a sacrifice that is offered at the time of Eid al-Adha to show gratitude towards Allah (swt) and to provide for the poor and needy. The Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W) was once asked by his Companions: “O Prophet of Allah! What is this qurbani?” He replied, “It is the Sunnah of your father Ibrahim (A.S).” (Hadith – Ibn Majah) Allah (swt) says in the Qur’an: “It is neither their flesh nor their blood that reaches Allah; it is your piety that reaches Him.” (Qur’an 22:37) Qurbani has been performed from the time of Ibrahim (as) and commemorates also Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son, who was replaced by an animal at the time of sacrifice.


Following is the list of obligations every Muslim needs to follow.

  • Qurbani is a religious obligation commanded to perform by Allah (SWT). 
  • Every Muslim must follow the Qurbani meat distribution rules and regulations. Qurbani must be given on the 10th, 11th, and 12th days of Dhul-Hijjah.
  • Sacrifices can only be made after the Eid prayer. Otherwise, it will not be counted. 
  • Any able Muslim should give Qurbani, especially those who have reached puberty and hold wealth above the threshold of 52.5 tolas of silver.
  • Animals for sacrifice must meet minimum age and health requirements
  • Qurbani sacrifices must be given in three shares – one for you, family or friends, and an impoverished family.


Following are the people who cannot perform Qurbani:

  • Those who do not possess 52.5 tolas of silver, or the wealth equivalent
  • Those not of sound mind
  • Those who have not yet reached and passed puberty
  • Those who are traveling and are more than the Shari distance from home (approximately 40-45 kilometers)

Which Animals Can Be Sacrificed?

Every animal cannot be sacrificed. The animals that meet the following criteria can be subjected to sacrifice.

  • Sheep and goats at least one year in age (enough for one person’s Qurbani)
  • Cows or buffalo at least two years in age (sufficient for seven people’s Qurbani)
  • Camels of at least five years in age (enough for seven people’s Qurbani)
  • Also, all animals must be healthy and free of disease.
  • They must not be blind, one-eyed or have lost a third (or more) of their sight.
  • They cannot be missing a third (or more) of their ear or tail, either through loss or since birth.
  • Their horn(s) cannot be broken off from their root
  • They must not have a lame leg that is sufficiently weak that they are unable to walk on it
  • They cannot be excessively thin or lean
  • They must be able to walk themselves to the site of the slaughter
  • They cannot be toothless or missing over half their teeth
  • There is no preference between male or female Qurbani animals. Male Qurbani animals should be castrated, but this is not compulsory.

How Should Qurbani Animals Be Sacrificed?

To fulfill the rules of the Qurbani festival, slaughterers and slaughter-houses should abide by the following regulations:

  • The animal should be slaughtered with a sharp knife to avoid causing undue suffering.
  • The knife should not be sharpened in front of the animal
  • No animal should be slaughtered in the presence of another
  • It is best to sacrifice the animal yourself, but you should remain present whilst someone else offers the creature if you do not know-how. It is also necessary to say “Bismillahi Allahu Akbar” when slaughtering the animal. Slaughtered animals are not to be skinned until completely cold.

Like other countries, Pakistan also has a number of online platforms that will perform the Qurbani for you.