QURBANI WITH INDUS HOSPITAL

A BLESSING FOR YOU AND HOPE FOR MANY

Qurbani stems from the tradition of sharing meat with family and the needy on Eid Ul Adha. This year, perform your Qurbani with The Indus Hospital with convenience and safety.

The COVID-19 pandemic has made life challenging for a lot of people due to loss of their livelihoods. Your qurbani with the Indus hospital can be a source of hope and support for many underserved Pakistanis.

The hospital will select and sacrifice animals adhering to the Shariah guidelines. As this is a Waqf qurbani, all of the meat will be distributed to poor families in Karachi and rural areas of Sindh to help nourish them for a few days.

The funds generated from the hides/skin of the sacrificial animal will be used to treat poor patients at The Indus Hospital. The hospital is at the frontline of the Coronavirus pandemic as well as other health emergencies resulting from this pandemic.

Your qurbani donation will make a big difference in helping us save lives.

“We are fully booked and will no longer be taking any more Qurbani orders. Thank you for supporting us.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

To address your concerns, see the listed below frequently asked questions. Be assured that we adhere to the conditions specified in the Holy Qur’an and Sunnah and the Qurbani is performed according to the Islamic guidance

Q1. What is Qurbani?

Qurbani means sacrifice, Muslims all around the world, every year in the month of Dhul Hajj perform Qurbani by sacrificing an animal (goat, cow, camel) to reflect Prophet Ibrahim’s readiness of sacrificing his son Ismail for the sake of Allah (SWT).

Q2. Who is Qurbani obligatory upon?

Qurbani is obligatory or mandatory upon all sane, mature Muslims who can afford it.

Q3. What will be the weight of the goat meat?

The weight of the sacrificial goat meat will be around 10-12 kilograms.

Q4. What will be the weight of the cow meat?

Weight of one portion of cow meat will be around 12-14 kilograms. Total weight of the cow meat could be around 100 to 120 kilograms.

Q5. What will be the breed of the animal?

The animal will be of local breed.

Q6. Where will the sacrificial meat be distributed?

The meat from the sacrificial animal will be distributed among the local needy people and will also be used to feed the people around the Indus hospital and clinics in Karachi and rural areas. The distribution will benefit the ones in need allowing them to share the Eid celebration with others.

Q7. Can the Qurbani be made on behalf of another person?

Absolutely! You may give Qurbani on behalf of someone else, including a deceased friend or relative. You can also give Qurbani in the name of the Prophet (PBUH), however, this must be done in addition to your own Qurbani.

Q8. Why should I do Qurbani with The Indus Hospital?

Your Qurbani will help provide food for a few days to poor families. The proceedings from sale of the hides and skin of the sacrificial animal will benefit Indus in supporting the healthcare operations for our patients with no cost to them.

Q9. Where Indus will be performing the Qurbani once booked?

Indus will be performing all the Qurbani sacrifice in agreement with a reputable slaughter house locally situated in Karachi. It will be monitored and administered by the Indus Representatives and will be performed according to the Islamic laws & guidance.

Q10. What are the ways I can book Qurbani with the Indus Hospital?

You can book your Qurbani online by filling out the Qurbani form and completing the payment process.

Q11. Who do we contact for additional information?

For additional information, please email us at [email protected] or call us at +1(289) 309-3895.