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Qurbani 2022

Qurbani 2022

Make a Qurbani donation to Afghanistan and Pakistan to honour Prophet Ibrahim’s (AS) sacrifice.

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Fulfil Your Qurbani where it’s needed most, from just £35

Afghan people are living on the brink of starvation. Two million children suffer from malnutrition, and 95% of the population is hungry. The UN has called it a crisis of ‘unparalleled proportions.’ These people are in desperate need of your Qurbani. 


‘On the Day of Judgement, that animal will come forth with its horns, hair and hooves [to be weighed with a person’s good deeds]. And even before the blood of the sacrifice falls onto the ground, it will be accepted. So perform Qurbani with a content heart.’ (Tirmidhi)

Last year, your Qurbani offerings allowed us to distribute meat to over 4,000 families in Afghanistan and Pakistan. This year, the effects of drought, conflict, and the pandemic have left more people displaced and vulnerable. Can you help?

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Qurbani 2022 Price List

Aryana Aid accommodates a wide range of animals for Qurbani. You can offer a sheep, goat, cow or camel, or a share in a cow or camel. Here’s our Qurbani price list. 

At Aryana Aid we take great care to perform your Qurbani according to the Sunnah, to ensure the sacrifice you offer in sincerity isn’t compromised.

You can easily book your Qurbani online now or make your donations via bank transfer or cheque (payable to Aryana Aid).

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Have you heard about Prophetic Qurbani?  It was the practice of our Prophet (PBUH) to offer two animals in sacrifice instead of one. The first would be for himself, and the second he’d offer on behalf of his ummah and those who couldn’t afford to give Qurbani.

Book a Prophetic Qurbani to double your rewards this Eid-ul-Adha.

12 Years of Delivering Your Qurbani. Aryana Aid has been supporting the Afghan people since 2009. Our knowledge and extensive experience allow us to reach people in remote communities that many other charities cannot. This year, your Qurbani will go to hundreds of children, widows, and displaced and vulnerable people.

Remember, Qurbani Is Time Sensitive! Please place your orders in advance. This will allow us to source healthy animals in time for Eid ul-Adha. It will ensure we have all the necessary arrangements in place to perform hundreds of Qurbanis, during the 10th, 11th and 12th of Dhul Hijjah, which will be delivered to thousands of people. If you leave your Qurbani booking to the last minute, you could risk missing out on your religious obligation!

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Quick Qurbani FAQs 

1. What is Qurbani?

Qurbani or Udhiyah is the act of offering an animal as a sacrifice to Allah (SWT) on Eid ul-Adha. We perform Qurbani for the pleasure of Allah (SWT) and to follow the tradition of Prophet Ibrahim (AS), who was willing to sacrifice his own son in the name of Allah (SWT).

It says in the Quran:

“We have decreed the animal offerings for you among the rites of God. In them there are benefits for you. So, mention God’s name on them while they are lined up, then, once they collapse on their sides, you shall eat therefrom and feed the poor and the needy.” (22:36).

2. Is Qurbani Fard and when should it be given?

Many Muslims consider Qurbani to be Fard. In fact, the four Islamic schools of thought state that Qurbani is either Wajib(compulsory) or Sunnah Mu’akkada (a confirmed and highly recommended sunnah). 

Ideally, the meat from Qurbani should be divided into three equal parts: one part to be given to the poor and the needy; one part for relatives and friends; and one part to be kept by the person offering the Qurbani. Nowadays, most people prefer to donate the entirety of their Qurbani to the poor.

The Qurbani sacrifice must take place after the Eid prayer, on Eid ul-Adha, any time between the 10th and the 12th day of Dhul Hijjah. Any sacrifice performed before Eid prayer will only count as Sadaqah, which means you still haven’t fulfilled your Qurbani obligation.

3. How does Qurbani work?

Qurbani involves offering in sacrifice beast of cattle (sheep, goats, cows, camels etc.) for the sake of Allah (SWT). One Qurbani is equal to either a small animal, like a goat, or a share in a large animal, such as a cow. Both are equally rewarded and ensure you have completed your obligation. 

4. What is the story of Qurbani?

The tradition of offering Qurbani predates Islam. It comes to us from the time of Prophet Ibrahim (AS) who was commanded in his dreams to sacrifice his son, Ismail (AS) for the sake of Allah (SWT). When both father and son passed this test of their devotion, Allah (SWT) sent the Angel Jibreel (AS) with a ram from heaven to be sacrificed in place of Ismail (AS). 

5. How does Aryana Aid distribute your Qurbani?

At Aryana Aid, we distribute your Qurbani where most needed. We operate in some of the poorest communities, and our local knowledge and expertise in the area ensure nobody is overlooked.

Read our Qurbani Rules blog for more answers to your frequently asked question about Qurbani.

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