Qurbani, also known as Eid al-Adha, is an important religious festival celebrated by Muslims around the world. It commemorates the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim (AS) to sacrifice his son Ismail (AS) as an act of obedience to Allah SWT. To honor this tradition, Muslims all over the world perform Qurbani by sacrificing an animal and distributing the meat among family, friends, and the poor.
However, not everyone has the means to perform Qurbani. In many parts of the world, especially in developing countries like Pakistan, poverty is widespread, and people struggle to make ends meet. To address this issue, an online Qurbani shop based in Luni, Sibi, Balochistan, Pakistan, is offering Qurbani services to people in Sydney, Australia.
This online Qurbani shop offers a unique service that allows people to donate their Qurbani to the poorest people in Balochistan, Pakistan. The shop purchases animals from local farmers and ensures that the meat is distributed to those who need it the most. This service not only allows people in Sydney to perform Qurbani but also helps the needy people of Balochistan, Pakistan.
Apart from Qurbani, the online shop also offers other services like Aqiqah, Sadqa, Fitr, and Khirat. Aqiqah is a religious practice that involves sacrificing an animal after the birth of a child. Sadqa is a voluntary act of charity that can be performed at any time. Fitr is a mandatory charity that is given before Eid al-Fitr, the festival that marks the end of Ramadan. Khirat is a charity that is given to the poor and needy in the memory of the deceased.
The online Qurbani shop provides visual proof of performing and distributing the Qurbani meat to the needy people of Balochistan, Pakistan. This ensures transparency and builds trust among the donors. The shop also ensures that the animals are sacrificed in accordance with Islamic guidelines and that the meat is distributed fairly.
In addition to providing Qurbani services, the online shop also helps local farmers by purchasing animals from them at a fair price. This not only benefits the farmers but also ensures that the animals are healthy and well-cared for. The shop also employs local workers to carry out the Qurbani and distribution process, which helps create employment opportunities in the area.