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FOR YOUR ETERNAL REWARD AND BENEFIT!!
– ONE OF THE BEST FORMS OF THAWAAB-E-JAARIYAH–


Rajastaan is a semi desert region in India. Obtaining water is a great difficulty and a severe problem for the people.
Boreholes have to be drilled very deep (over 1000 ft). Besides being very costly there is the possibility of water not being available in such boreholes throughout the year due to the seasonal fall in the water table. As such we have opted to build water tanks under the ground. These tanks hold approximately 100 000 litres of water when filled. Government water trucks carrying 5000 litre tanks are used to fill these underground tanks. Also during the rainy season rain water is trapped and used to fill these underground tanks. In order to keep the water clean purification tablets are used. The villagers take the responsibility of ensuring that the tank has water for all. .


The cost of building a tank is approximately R14’000 or US$1’800. One does not necessary need to contribute the entire amount for building an underground tank but any amount can be given towards this project.
Alhamdulillah, the entire village benefits from the erection of the underground tank. This is an excellent form of thawaab-e-jariyaah (perpetual reward) which will surely be of benefit in the Aakhirah.

CANCEL YOUR NAFL UMRAH AND CONTRIBUTE THE FUNDS TOWARDS THIS PROJECT OF WAJIB LOVE AND SERVICE. REMEMBER YOU HAVE A DOZEN TAPS WITH INSTANT FLOWING WATER IN YOUR HOUSE.
JAZAKALLAH

Mujlisul Ulama of South Africa
Bank: Nedbank
Account number: 1217 040 145
Branch: Commercial  Road
Port Elizabeth
(Branch code 121 717)
REF:  RAJASTAAN  WATER  PROJECT

For more information please contact Maulana Farhaan Patel (Gauteng) on 082 848 6868 / 081 4256 557, email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Or Brother Abdus Samad Mall (Port Elizabeth) 082 786 6662

Last Updated on Monday, 28 November 2011 08:27  

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