Qurbani, also known as Udhiya, is the act of sacrificing an animal on the occasion of Eid al-Adha as an act of worship and to show gratitude to Allah (SWT). It is a religious obligation for Muslims who can afford it, and the meat of the sacrificed animal is shared with the less fortunate and needy people.
In Balochistan, Pakistan, one of the poorest regions in the world, many families struggle to make ends meet and cannot afford to purchase meat for their daily meals, let alone on the occasion of Eid al-Adha. To help alleviate this burden, an online Qurbani shop based in Luni, Sibi, Balochistan, Pakistan, offers online Qurbani services to people in Wagga Wagga, Australia, to donate their Qurbani to the people of Balochistan, Pakistan.
The Qurbani shop operates on the principles of compassion and social responsibility. They purchase animals from poor farmers and families, which not only helps them generate income but also ensures that the animals are healthy and free from disease. The shop takes great care in selecting the animals to ensure they are in good health, are the correct age and weight, and meet the requirements for sacrifice according to Islamic law.
The Qurbani shop also offers other services such as Aqiqah, Sadqa, Fitr, and Khirat, which are also important aspects of Islamic worship. Aqiqah is the sacrifice of an animal on the occasion of the birth of a child, Sadqa is a voluntary charitable donation, Fitr is the obligatory charity paid at the end of Ramadan, and Khirat is the donation of money or goods for the benefit of the less fortunate.
To ensure transparency and accountability, the Qurbani shop provides visual proof of the performing and distribution of the Qurbani meat to the less fortunate families in Balochistan, Pakistan. The shop workers are responsible for distributing the meat to the needy families, and they make sure that each family receives an equal share of the meat. This way, everyone can enjoy the blessings of Eid al-Adha, regardless of their financial situation.
The online Qurbani shop has made it easier for people in Wagga Wagga, Australia, to fulfill their religious obligations and help the less fortunate in Balochistan, Pakistan. Donating to the Qurbani shop not only helps those in need but also supports local farmers and families. It is a win-win situation that promotes social responsibility and strengthens the community.