The last month of the Islamic calendar is also one of the most blessed months. While it is true that every Islamic month has its eminence, the month of Dhul Hijjah is special for two specific reasons or events. These are the Hajj pilgrimage and the sacrifice ritual. These events inspire Muslims worldwide. In this article, we will dig a little deep and see why the first ten days of Dhul Hijjah are counted among the best days of the year for any Muslim. Your Dhul Hijjah donations can bring you an abundance of blessings.
There are several ways you can make a Dhul Hijjah Donation this year.
Donating your Qurbani for Dhul Hijjjah is a wonderful way to spread the joy of Eid. The meat you donate can feed as many as five or ten families, and you can give it as either a Qurbani or an Udhiya. There are many reasons to give Qurbani, and a Qurbani donation can be as small as a few dollars, or as large as a whole animal.
As a Muslim, it is obligatory to offer Qurbani in order to fulfill the Zakat requirement. The animal must be a goat, sheep, cow, or camel. The significance of the act relates to the story of Prophet Ibrahim.
The prayer Takbeer at-Tashreek is recited after every Fardh Salah during the Hajj pilgrimage. By donating to this cause, you are showing your love and devotion to Allah. This prayer is recited during the Fajr Prayer on the day of Arafah. It continues until the end of the Asr Prayer on the last day of Eid-ul-Adha.
This year, most Muslims are not participating in the pilgrimage. But by doing a few good deeds, you can fulfill your obligation of giving to Allah. The Prophet Muhammad said that the first 10 days of Dhul Hijjah are the best time to perform devotion. During this time, you can spend more time on your daily prayers and your good deeds.
Donating To Transparent Hands
Transparent Hands is one of the biggest charitable organizations. With a cutting-edge crowdfunding platform, the organization works for the welfare of disadvantaged and vulnerable patients in Pakistan. We provide free surgical and medical care to those who cannot afford to pay for their treatments due to financial constraints. This crowdfunding platform set up free medical camps in the remote and rural parts of the country and free cochlear implant surgery for the children who can not listen. The organization thrives on the generous donations made by donors from across the globe.
Consider giving your Sadaqah and Dhul Hijjah donations to Transparent Hands, which can make the most impact with your Dhul Hijjah donation Save precious lives of the most deserving patients and receive countless blessings.
Qurbani for food
Traditionally, Muslims donate their Qurbani to charity, which then distributes the meat to people in need all around the world. Today, more than ever, this type of food donation is necessary, especially as the coronavirus pandemic has sent millions deeper into poverty. The meat donated by people who perform Qurbani may be the only food they have in a year. Often, the meat provided by a Qurbani will provide 57 meals.
The process of performing Qurbani involves slaughtering an animal. As a sign of obedience to the Prophet, Muslims must sacrifice an animal during the last month of the Islamic calendar. This is a symbol of sacrifice and commemorates the Prophet’s (AS) willingness to sacrifice his son. Qurbani is not required for all Muslims, but those who can afford it should perform it. This is especially true for people who pay the zakat.