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Are you looking for how much Fitra to pay in Pakistan 2021? Here’s everything you need to know about how much fitrana to pay in Pakistan 2021.

With Ramadan calendar 2021 set for this year, it’s important that you know everything about paying Fitra in Pakistan 2021.

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Fitra 2021 in Pakistan

How Much Fitra To Pay 2021 In Pakistan?

Mufti Muneeb-Ur-Rehman has announced the Fitra Amount 2021 in Pakistan is Rs 140 Per Head.

The Fitra (fitrana) 2021 amount, according to the Islamic relief, is around $7 per person. Fitra or Fitrana is to be paid before the Eid ul Fitr prayer at the end of Ramadan and is obligated on every adult Muslim who possesses excess food (more than they need). It’s also called Zakat al Fitr (firana). To add more information, Mufti Muneed ur Rehman has announced the sadaqah, fidya and fitra rates for Pakistan 2021 to be Rs. 140.

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How is Fitrah paid in Islam?

The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) directed that the amount of Fitrah that each person must give should be equivalent to one sa’a of grain. Ibn Umar reports that the Prophet (PBUH) showed how to count Fitra by using one sa’a of barley or one sa’a of dried dates.

Recommended Foods for Fitrah
  • Rice
  • Barley
  • Flour/wheat
  • Corn
  • Raisins
  • Dates

When should you pay Fitrana?

If you don’t know when to give Fitrana 2021, then just remember that Fitra is to be paid after Ramadan ends. So, Sadaqa Al Fitr becomes obligatory right after the sunset on the last roza’s evening. Once the moon for Shawwal has been sighted, every Muslim adult on whom Fitra is obligatory must pay it before the Eid namaz.


As Ramadan progresses, make sure you know your iftar and sehri calendar 2021 to stay on track.

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