Sunday, 31 July 2011


The much awaited part of the Islamic calendar, the holy month of Ramazan, is all set to begin from tomorrow (in some parts of the world, its beginning today as well). This is the time when Muslims across the globe observe fasts (swam), that is abstaining from food, drink or any sorts of marital relations from dawn to dusk. The fasts start before dawn, with a breakfast called sehri and are broken at dusk with a meal called iftari
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The fasting is meant to teach a person patience, humility and sacrifice, to set aside time to ask forgiveness, practice self-restraint, and pray for guidance in the future. 
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Across the globe, Muslims make special preparations to observe this month with full zeal and enthusiasm. They all strive to worship as much as possible and gather the maximum possible blessings of God. Not just this some extraordinary arrangements are also made to provide for the best of delicacies to treat the taste buds both at sehri and iftar times. 
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Local customs may vary from place to place regarding preparation of food but Pakistani sehris and iftaris are always unparalleled in their taste and richness. throughout the month we'll be sharing with you such palatable and spectacular recipes as often as possible... So keep glued for some truly out of the world recipes! 
Happy Ramazan to you all!!! =)

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