Pakistan Latest Nisab of Zakat for year 2023

Zakat Nisab fixed at Rs 103,159 for bank accounts in 2023

Government of Pakistan, the “Zakat Nisab” for the year 2023 is Rs 103,159 (Rupees: One Lac Three Thousand One Hundred and Fifty Nine only) in Pakistan


Zakat is an obligatory pillar of Islam that requires Muslims to give a portion of their wealth to the needy and deserving. It is a means of purifying one’s wealth and promoting social justice. However, not all Muslims are required to pay Zakat. There is a minimum threshold for Zakat payment known as Zakat Nisab. In this blog post, we will discuss Zakat Nisab, its importance, and how it is calculated.

What is Zakat Nisab?

Zakat Nisab refers to the minimum threshold of wealth that a Muslim must have before they are obligated to pay Zakat. It is the minimum amount of wealth that a person must possess before Zakat becomes obligatory on them. Zakat Nisab is based on the value of silver and is updated annually based on the current market value.

Why is Zakat important?

Zakat is important because it ensures that Zakat is only paid by those who are financially capable of doing so. It is meant to protect the poor and needy from being burdened with Zakat payments that they cannot afford. Zakat Nisab also ensures that Zakat is collected in an efficient and fair manner.

How is Zakat Nisab calculated?

Zakat Nisab is calculated based on the value of silver. The current value of silver is used to determine the minimum threshold for Zakat payment. The formula for calculating Zakat Nisab is as follows:

Nisab = the current value of 3 ounces of silver

For example, if the current value of 1 ounce of silver is 20Rs., then the value of 3 ounces of silver would be 60Rs. Therefore, the Zakat Nisab would be 60Rs.

What happens if a Muslim’s wealth is below the Zakat Nisab?

If a Muslim’s wealth is below the Zakat Nisab, then they are not obligated to pay Zakat. However, if their wealth increases and they reach the Zakat Nisab threshold, then they must pay Zakat on the entire amount of their wealth.

What happens if a Muslim’s wealth fluctuates during the year?

A Muslim’s financial standing is subject to flux, so to decide if they have achieved the Zakat Nisab amount, it should be assessed at the conclusion of the Islamic lunar year (Hijri). The Hijri is composed of twelve lunar months and while Muslims are encouraged to give Zakat during Ramadan, they may contribute it any point during the year.

  1. What is included in the calculation of Zakat Nisab?

When computing Zakat Nisab, the worth of a Muslim’s total riches is taken into account. This incorporates cash stored away, cash accessible, different investments, and other saving schemes. Also, any stocks, shares, and other resources having a fiscal worth are also considered. Furthermore, business assets like property, machinery, and inventory are likewise factored in, along with gold and silver adornments and coins with a monetary value.

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