Qurbani means sacrifice
Qurbani means sacrifice. Every year Muslims slaughter an animal – a goat, a sheep, a cow or a camel – to reflect Prophet Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail for the sake of Allah.
At least one-third of the meat from the animal must go to people who are poor or in vulnerable situations. Qurbani is mandatory for every Muslim who has reached the age of puberty, and has the means to do it.
The Qurbani should follow the following rule.
1 sheep or goat will be is considered 1 Qurbani
1 cow is assessed for 7 Qurbani. If you give a Qurbani on the second or third day of Eid, the
Qurbani will still be carried out on one of Eid days, as Islamic Relief has already purchased the animals to be slaughtered beforehand.
Qurbani is carried out based on forecasts drawn. If necessary, modifications are made, and additional funds are transferred to the relevant country. In effect, donors are paying towards Qurbanis, which are already allocated.
The Qurbani should be done on sacrifice begins after the Eid prayer on Eid-al-Adha and ends when the sun sets on the thirteenth of Dhu'l-Hijjah. So, there are four days of sacrifice: the day of Eid-al-Adha and the three days after it.
GBP500 a cow = 7 shares
GBP100 = Goat / Sheep
GBP80 per portion for cow
The Hadith of Jundub, may Allah be pleased with him, who reported that the Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, said: "Whoever slaughtered his sacrifice before he prays, let him slaughter another one in its place, and whoever did not slaughter a sacrifice, let him do so in the name of Allah." [Reported by Muslim (3621)]