Sadqa al-Fitr, also known as Fitrana, is the charity money that every Muslim is required to pay at the end of Ramadan, whether they were able to fast or not. This charity can be thought of as a way of thanking Allah SWT for the blessed month of Ramadan. With this money, any underprivileged person can celebrate Eid al-Fitr by purchasing clothes, food, and other means of joy for themselves and their families.
As a result, paying the Fitrana any time before Namaz e Eid al-Fitr is recommended so that the deserving can make the necessary preparations. The Fitrana can be paid on behalf of all family members by the head of each family. We’ve got you covered if you’re trying to figure out how to calculate Fitrana amount.
Fitrana Amount 2022
The minimum Fitrana amount for every Muslim, including children, is the equivalent of 2.25kg of flour, rice, or other staple food, or Rs.200. If you’re blessed with a lot of money, you can pay a higher Fitrana amount.
The people you can pay Fitrana money to are the same people who are eligible for this money.
- The Poor Peoples (low-income households)
- Those in need (someone who is in difficulty)
- New Muslims are distribute
- Captives and slaves
- People who are in debt or who are stranded or who are travelling with limited resources.
Now that you know how to calculate Fitrana in Ramadan 2022, try to give the money to those who are in need to make their Eid-ul-Fitr more enjoyable.