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Festivities and food come to life in Ramadan

There’s no month like Ramadan for Muslims. Ramadan is celebrated as a feast which is warmly welcomed every year across the Muslim world. Be it Syria or Turkey, Algeria or United Kingdom, Ramadan has such grandeur that combines and unites the Muslims for a sacred responsibilities and increased religious fervor that sets the manner for the month such as fasting for long hours during daytime, acts of charity, special prayers, Quranic recitations in appreciation and devotion to God.

In Ramadan, the long hours of fasting are difficult, but Ramadan is a blissful celebration, and the foods and festivities that follow the fast are as diverse as the global Muslim population. Muslims fast from dawn to dusk for the whole month. During the fast, no food or drink is taken. Meals are served according to the Sunnah way that is Suhoor (before sunrise), and Iftar (After sunset). Muslims consider that fasting imparts tolerance, modesty, and devoutness among them because they are supposed to obstruct all the wrong conducts and behaviours.

The month of Ramadan spells special delicacies when Muslims plan something special for festive food treats to family and loved ones. Usually, there is food which is prepared at home like Pakoras, Dahi Baray, Chana Chat, Samosas, and patties. But there are plenty of restaurants and eateries that offer exclusive Ramadan deals during the month.

The Ramadan deals are offered for kids and adults during the suhoor and iftar timings including all-you-can-eat buffets, special platters and discounted main courses, appetisers and drinks. All you have to do is choose the healthy menu and eat food made from nutritious ingredients, prepared in a good method from your favourite Ramadan deals.

Lastly, no Ramadan is complete without the rosy pink Rooh-Afza. It feels so refreshing and energizing once you take a sip after a whole long day of fasting. Rooh Afza is a staple on the Iftar table during the month because of natural and special ingredients. Some people have Rooh Afza with Milk or some take it along lemon drops.

Although each region has different foods and local customs to have a good time, Muslims as a single unit, around the world, understand Ramadan as a sacred time set exclusively in submission to Allah. Distinct festivities and foods come to life in Ramadan and serve to join the community together. Let’s have a blissful, scrumptious and majestic month of Ramadan ahead.

Nazish Islam - a media graduate with an undying love for chai, books, traveling, series shows, sports, hijab, and of course writing.

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Festivities and food come to life in Ramadan

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