The Qurbani takes place around Hajj time when people who are able to will sacrifice an animal such as a cow or lambs and then kindly distribute the meat to the poor and to those who are in need the very most. It is a great time to give to others for the sake of Allah so that you may be forgiven for your sins. there are many ways of doing the qurbani. Some people like to get the qurbani done themselves while others like to get others to do it such as islamic charities and other organisations. Most people in the west find it difficult to be able to sacrifice an animal but generally people who are in the east will do the qurbani themselves. If you don’t have the means perform the qurbani yourself then there are many notable charities who will dos o on your behalf. When doing this make sure you do the research on the charity or organisation that you are using to do the qurbani. Find out where they do it, and who the meat is distributed as you really want the meet to be distributed to those who are in most need as this has 2 benefits. 1 you are really reaching those who are in most need and this should be the aim. 2 you will bea earning the please of Allah all mighty if you do this with halal earnings in the most halal way possible. So all in all we recomend that you donate qurbani this year.
As a symbol of Ibrahim’s sacrifice, and to show gratitude towards Allah, Muslims sacrifice an animal during Eid-al-Adha such as a sheep, goat, cow, or camel. This sacrifice is commonly referred to as Udhiya (in Arabic) or Qurbani (in Urdu and Persian). Eid-al-Adha is the second of the two major holidays in Islam, and it is celebrated on the 10th, 11th, and 12th of Zulhijjah, which is the last month of the Islamic calendar. The focus of the celebration is to commemorate the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice his son Ishmael as a sign of obedience to Allah (God).