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Assalam o alaikum sir my total paddy is 40000 maunds. How many kg do spend as Usher Thanking you?


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Dear brother, if the land is irrigated naturally (by rain, adjacent stream, or spring, etc.), then the ‘zakah’ is determined at 10% of the produce of the land; and if the land is irrigated by water from artificial means (wells, purchased water, tubes or tube wells, canals, pumps etc.), the ‘zakah’ dues are 5% of the produce. In case the land is watered equally by artificial as well as natural means, then zakah payable will be three-fourths of a tithe ie 7.5%. All of the costs involved in harvesting, transportation, threshing, cleaning, storing, and others should be deducted before zakah is paid. And Allah alone knows the best.

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