Buying Process

Do you have your own cattle farm or will you go somewhere to buy the animal after taking my order?
eidqurbani.com.pk has its own cattle farm on 4 acres land in Karachi, Pakistan. We breed animal ourselves and do not go anywhere to buy animal.

What Happens when you select an animal by picture?
All cattle shown on web via different angle pictures are owned by us as they stay at our cattle farm. Once you select an animal, we would mark the animal as sold with in 4-5 hours after the confirmation of payment receiving and would keep it in our possession until delivered or slaughtered as per your preference.

What is the mode of payment?
Catering different peoples of the world we are offering multiple payment option i.e.

Direct deposit in our local Bank Account

A/c Title: Abdul Mannan
A/c # 1032-0081-003027-013
Branch: Fatima Jinnah Colony
Bank Al-Habib

How can I trust that you will slaughter the animal for me?

We will send you the pictures of your animal alive and slaughtered via email. We will also send you the receipt of your charity if you ask us to distribute meat in the order form.

What happens if the animal I ordered is already sold?
As we are selling through multiple channels it is possible that animal you select would be already sold in this case you would be notified within 6 to 10 hours of your order. After that we would request you to select another animal from the available stock. However if you wish to, we would refund your amount in full.

Where will the meat distributed to?
Meat will be distributed in the deprived areas of Karachi where people cannot afford meat or even 1 time meal.

Can you deliver animal or meat to my relative or anyone I provide address of in Pakistan?
Yes, we can deliver alive animal or just meat to your specified address in Karachi. You can provide the delivery information in the order form. Right now we do not offer delivery outside of Karachi.

What Happens when you select share(s) in an animal?
The shares would be allocated to all stakeholders who have participated in Qurbani on sharing basis. If you wish to get your share in any particular charity, you can mention it in the relevant option of the order form.

Religious Qurbani FAQs

What type of animals can be slaughtered for Qurbani?
It is permissible to slaughter a goat, sheep, cow, bull, buffalo or camel, male or female for Qurbani.

On whom is Qurbani Wajib (obligatory)?
Qurbani is Wajib (obligatory) on every Muslim who is of sound mind - mature (has reached the age of puberty), Muqeem (i.e. he is not a Shari traveller) possesses the amount of 612,36 grams of silver or wealth equivalent to that value which is in excess of one's basic needs and debts on any of the three days of Qurbani. It is not necessary that this amount be in one's possession for a complete lunar year.

Qurbani is not incumbent on a child or an insane person whether they own wealth equivalent to the amount above or not, nor is it  Wajib upon their guardians to perform it on their behalf.
Similarly, it is not Wajib on a musafir (one considered a traveller in Shariah). A Shar'i traveller is he who proceeds on a journey with an intention of travelling 77 kms. He will be treated as a  traveller as soon as soon as he departs his town. However if he intends residing at any place for 15 days or more then he will cease to be a traveller there.

A person upon whom Qurbani is not necessary should not incur debts beyond one’s capacity to offer the Qurbani.

If Qurbani is not compulsory on a person, for example, a musaafir then it is virtous to do so if it is within the person’s means.

When is the time for Qurbani?
The time for Qurbani begins after the Eid Salaah on the 10th of Zul Hijjah and ends at the setting of the sun on the 12th of Zul Hijjah. It is better to make Qurbani on the first day then the second, and thereafter the third.

What is the minimum age of Qurbani cattle?

A goat, sheep, or ram is one full year,

A cow, bull or buffalo is two years old, and camel five years.

Animals that are younger than the prescribed age are not suitable for Qurbani.

What is the share per person in qurbani cattle?

A goat, sheep or ram will suffice for the Qurbani of one person only.

A cow, bull or buffalo and camel will suffice for the Qurbani of 7 people only.

Note: It is advisable to purchase the Qurbani animal a few days prior to slaughtering in order to build up some form of attachment with the animal by taking care of it.