If you are eligible to pay Zakat, then it is also Islamically mandatory for you to pay towards Qurbani. Lands of Haram help you in delivering the Qurbani meat to its rightful beneficiaries among the poor in Makkah, Madinah and across many third world countries.

Qurbani is carried out within the Sharia-prescribed timing; starting once the Eid prayers are completed until sunset on the last of the Taqshreeq days (from the 10th to the 13th of Dhu’l-Hijjah).

Lands of Haram uses both small animals, like goats and sheep, and large animals, like camels and cows, for our Qurbani sacrifice. With smaller animals, each animal counts as one Qurbani. Contrastingly, when larger animals are sacrificed, they count as seven Qurbani shares due to their larger size, increased meat availability and higher cost. Please select your preferred option below. 

Upon confirmation of booking, you are considered to have delegated the performance of the ritual to Lands of Haram, thus Islamically discharged of any obligation and entitled to receive your full reward. However, Lands of Haram will also provide full confirmation of your order and further updates accordingly once the order has been completed.

Lands of Haram select beneficiaries of the Qurbani programme through an essential’s assessment carried out by the team on the field. Those who will receive Qurbani are: 

  • Orphans 
  • People on low income 
  • Female-Headed/Single Parent Households
  • Members of the community who are vulnerable 
  • The disabled
  • Internally displaced people

Note: An element of the Prophetic Qurbani is the practice of sacrificing a second animal on behalf of those who can not afford it: This was a Sunnah his Sahabah also used to follow. If you can afford it, we advise Muslims to revive this forgotten Sunnah and receive the reward of 100 martyr’s.

Eid Ul Adha Qurbani

All animals are free from defects. The slaughtering is carried out in the boundaries of Al-Haram.