Circumcision Camps in Villages

In Islam circumcision is also known as Tahara" meaning purification. Circumcision is not mentioned in the Qur'an but it is highlighted in the Sunnah (the Prophet Muhammad's recorded words and actions).

Abu Hurayra, a companion of Muhammad (ﷺ), was quoted saying, "Five things are fitra: circumcision, shaving pubic hair with a razor, trimming the mustache, paring one's nails and plucking the hair from one's armpits" (reported in the hadiths of Sahih al-Bukhari and Sahih Muslim).

Male circumcision is widespread in Islam and accepted as established practice by all Islamic schools of jurisprudence. It is considered a sign of belonging to the wider Islamic community.

According to some hadith, Muhammad (ﷺ) supposedly circumcised his grandsons, Hasan (RA) and Husayn (RA), on the seventh day after their birth.

In Islam, Circumcision is necessary and is also considered as the Sunnah of Ambiya (Prophets). In villages peoples are unaware of it. Apart from being unaware, being poor is also one of the major cause for the males not going for circumcision. Our organization arrange free circumcision camps in these villages every year during summer.

Under the Supervision of Majlise Tahaffuze Khatme Nubuwwat Trust Telangana & Andhra Pradesh below are the details of Circumcision Camps conducted in Villages.


We request you to please take the responsibility of one or more village at least on your own expense to conduct the camp.