Qurbani is one of the most significant rituals in the Islamic calendar, where Muslims around the world sacrifice an animal to commemorate Prophet Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his son for Allah's sake. This act of devotion is performed during the Islamic month of Dhul Hijjah, and it is an essential act of worship for Muslims. While Qurbani is a religious obligation, it also carries great significance in terms of charity and helping the needy. In Balochistan, one of the poorest regions in Pakistan, people often struggle to afford the cost of the sacrificial animal, making it difficult for them to fulfill their religious obligation.
To address this issue and help the needy, an online Qurbani shop based in Luni, Sibi, Balochistan, Pakistan, is offering online Qurbani services in Newport, United Kingdom. The shop aims to provide a hassle-free and reliable way to perform Qurbani, ensuring that the meat is distributed to the poorest people in Balochistan.
The Qurbani shop is committed to ensuring that the animals used for Qurbani are sourced from poor people in the area. By purchasing the animal from a local farmer, the shop not only supports the local economy but also ensures that the animal is of good quality and healthy. The shop's workers take great care of the animal, ensuring that it is treated humanely, and the animal is fed and watered appropriately before the sacrifice is made.
The online Qurbani service is not limited to Newport, but it is open to anyone who wishes to donate their Qurbani to the poorest people of Balochistan. The process of donating your Qurbani is straightforward. You can select the animal of your choice from the shop's website and make the payment online. The shop will then take care of everything, from purchasing the animal to performing the sacrifice and distributing the meat to the needy.
In addition to Qurbani, the shop also offers other services like Aqiqah, Sadqa, Fitr, and Khirat. Aqiqah is the sacrifice of an animal to celebrate the birth of a child, while Sadqa is the act of giving voluntary charity to the poor. Fitr and Khirat are also forms of charity that can be given throughout the year. The Qurbani shop provides visual proof of the sacrifices and the distribution of the meat to ensure transparency and build trust with its customers.
The shop's workers are trained professionals who understand the importance of the ritual and the significance of charity in Islam. They ensure that the meat is distributed to the neediest people in the area, including widows, orphans, and the elderly. The Qurbani shop's service not only helps Muslims fulfill their religious obligation but also ensures that the needy people in Balochistan receive much-needed food during the Eid al-Adha celebrations.