Dum Qurbani 2024

Dum Qurbani, also known as Dam, refers to the sacrificial offering made by pilgrims during Hajj or Umrah to compensate for certain mistakes or shortcomings they may have committed during the rituals.

Dum Qurbani

Elevate your spiritual offering with Dum Qurbani, an act of devotion and generosity symbolizing obedience and submission to the will of Allah.

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These mistakes can include:

  • Violating the state of Ihram:This could involve engaging in prohibited activities like marital relations, hunting, or wearing stitched clothing.
  • Missing obligatory rituals:This could involve unintentionally missing essential elements of Hajj or Umrah, such as Tawaf or Sa’i.
  • Delaying obligatory rituals without a valid excuse:This could involve delaying essential acts like stoning the Jamarat beyond their designated time.

The type of Dum Qurbani required depends on the specific violation:

  • For minor violations:A sheep or goat is typically sacrificed.
  • For more serious violations:A cow or camel (shared by seven individuals) may be required.

It’s important to note that Dum Qurbani is distinct from the regular Hajj Qurbani:

  • Hajj Qurbani:This is the obligatory sacrifice performed by all financially able pilgrims on Eid al-Adha in Mecca.
  • Dum Qurbani:This is an additional sacrifice offered solely to compensate for specific mistakes during Hajj or Umrah.

Here are some key points to remember about Dum Qurbani:

  • It is considered an act of repentance and seeking forgiveness from Allah.
  • The sacrifice must be performed in Mecca itself.
  • The meat from the sacrificed animal should be distributed to the poor and needy.
  • Consulting with a qualified Islamic scholar is recommended to determine the specific requirements for Dum Qurbani in each case.

If you have any further questions or concerns about Dum Qurbani, it’s best to consult with a knowledgeable Imam or Islamic scholar for guidance specific to your situation.