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    Default Garibon ki Qurbani (Qurbani ke Ehkam)

    Qurbani (ritual sacrifice) is Wajib for every sane, adult and resident Muslim man and woman who possesses wealth up to the extent of Nisab. (Fatawa-e-‘Alamgiri, V5, P292, Quetta)

    It is generally observed that just one goat is sacrificed on behalf of the whole family despite the Qurbani being Wajib for a number of family members as they possess wealth up to the extent of Nisab. It is obligatory to perform separate Qurbani on behalf of all of those for whom Qurbani is Wajib. (Az-fadat: Fatawa-e-Razaviyyah New edition, V20, P369)

    Conveyance on Bridge of Sirat


    The beloved and blessed Prophet Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam said, ‘On the day of Eid-ul-Adha, no other good deed of man is dearer to Allah azwajal than shedding blood (of sacrificial animal). On the Day of Judgement, the sacrificed animal will come with its horns, hair and hooves. Allah azwajal accepts the sacrifice before the blood of the sacrificed animal reaches the ground. Therefore, perform sacrifice whole-heartedly.’ (Tirmizi, V3, P162, Hadis 1498, Dar-ul-Fikr Beirut)

    Hadrat Sayyiduna Shah Abdul Haq Muhaddis Dihlvi Rehmatullah Alaihi says, ‘Qurbani (sacrifice) will be placed onto the pan of the good deeds of its performer, increasing the weight of his good deeds. (Ash’at-ul-Lam’at, V1, P654, Quetta) Hadrat Mulla ‘Ali Qari Rehmatullah Alaihi says, ‘Then, for its performer, the sacrifice will serve as a conveyance whereby he would pass the bridge of Sirat easily. Further, every organ of the sacrificed animal will be Fidyah (expiation) for every organ of its owner.’ (Mirqat-ul-Mafati. that, Hadis 1470, V3, P574, Dar-ul-Fikr Beirut)

    Performers of Sacrifice should not Trim their Hair and Nails

    Commenting on the Hadis which says that those performing sacrifice should not touch their hair and skin at all during the first ten days of Zul-Hajjah, Mufassir-e-Shahir, Hakim-ul-Ummat Hadrat Mufti Ahmad Yar Khan Rehmatullah Alaihi says, ‘The rich intending to perform obligatory sacrifice as well as the poor performing voluntary sacrifice should neither cut their nails, hair and dead skin nor get them cut from the appearance of the crescent of Zul-Hajja-tul-Haram to the time of performing sacrifice so that there is some similarity between these performers of sacrifice and Hujjaj who cannot cut these things in the state of Ihram in order that sacrifice serves as a Fidyah (expiation) for every hair and nail. (However) This commandment is preferential, not essential. Therefore, it is better (not obligatory) for the performer of sacrifice not to get his hair, nails etc. cut. It also shows that imitating the righteous is also righteous. (Mira-tul-Manaji., V2, P370, Zia-ul-Qur’an Publications Lahore)

    The Sacrifice by the Poor

    Commenting on the part of the Hadis (which says the performer of sacrifice should not trim his hair and nail) Mufti Ahmad Yar Khan Rehmatullah Alaihi says, ‘Even those unable to perform sacrifice should not get their hair, nail etc. cut during the first ten days of Zul-Hajjah, instead, they should get hair etc. cut on the Day of Eid after offering Eid Salah. They will also attain the Sawab (of performing sacrifice).


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    Default Re: Garibon ki Qurbani (Qurbani ke Ehkam)

    great sharing.

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    Default Re: Garibon ki Qurbani (Qurbani ke Ehkam)

    nice sharing g

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    Default Re: Garibon ki Qurbani (Qurbani ke Ehkam)

    great

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