This means the sacrifice of a cow, an ox or a camel, and is Waajeeb in only two situations. It
can neither be substituted with distribution of food or money to the needy nor by
fasting. The two conditions are:
When Tawaaf-e-Ziyaarat is performed in a state of Janaabat or in a state of Haidh
or in a state of Nifaas.
When one has cohabited after Wuqoof-e-Arafaat but before the trimming/shaving of
the hair, or cohabited before Tawaaf-e-Ziyaarat.
This means the sacrifice of either a one-year-old goat, or a ram or a sheep or one-seventh
part of a cow, camel or an ox or a buffalo. It cannot be substituted with either
distribution of food, (or money), to the needy or by fasting.
Notes on Damm
All conditions that apply to the physical well being of the Qurbaani animal are also
applicable to the animal of a Budnah or Damm.
The only difference is that the person on whom the Damm or Budnah has become Waajeeb
cannot eat meat from such a sacrifice. Only those who are eligible to receive Zakaat
may eat of the Damm/Budnah animal.
Damm or Budnah can only be performed within the boundaries of the Haram.
3. Complete Sadaqah
This is the amount of Sadaqatul Fitr, (approximately 3 kg of wheat/or wheat flour
or 6 kg of barley/barley flour or 6 kg of dates or raisins), or its value in money.
Where "some" Sadaqah has been stipulated, then it will suffice to give a handful
of grain, or one roti.
Sadaqah can also be given outside the boundaries of the Haram.