With everything going “E” > … now the Bakras are E too … with this EBakra service that has kicked off from Islamabad – the sacrificial trends are changing too … going towards modernity and technological-friendly …!

Got to know of ebakra first through ATP’s post Billo for dinner … and saw its banner in Blue area today that really got me all giggling … quoting from All things Pakistan …!

ebakra.com is a service provided by Islamabad’s famous Qureshi Frozen Foods (which traditionally serves expatriate customers and others willing to pay premium price for high-quality, cleanliness and variety in meat products). The prices on the website right now are quite exhorbitant ( I am told by bakra connoisseurs better versed in the dynamics of the bakra market than myself that the price being asked on this website is more than twice what you would otherwise pay for the best bakras).

As of now, there is no service for overseas Pakistanis or for Eid Qurbani, but they say they are planning something. Right now their service is for delivery in Islamabad and their current product line is limited only to dunbas (goats): Here you can find animals of your choice, order it online and get the free delivery right at your doorstep. Rest assured that the health and safety standards are not compromised at any cost and we take every possible measure to make sure that our customers are satisfied with our services and products.

3 Comments so far

  1. Zahoor (unregistered) on December 28th, 2006 @ 5:44 pm

    main zahoor hoon mughey cow and bakra leyna hey app koi picture dekha saqtey haan janwaroon ki plz

  2. A for [pine]Apple (unregistered) on December 29th, 2006 @ 12:13 pm

    Please visit THE site http://www.ebakra.com … you can see pictures, weights and prices …!

    They’re not facilitating cows but good luck …!


  3. Mars (unregistered) on January 1st, 2007 @ 8:43 pm

    great idea think..saw a piece on it on Aaj tv as well…:)

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