Here you can see Best foods to eat in Iftar 2017. Ramadan (in Arabic: رمضان, Ramadān) is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. Throughout the month, observers of Islam fast from sunrise to sunset. During the fast, no food or drink is consumed, and thoughts must be kept pure. Successors of Islam believe that fasting helps the Muslim to learn patience, modesty, and spirituality. The meals are served before sunrise, called Suhoor, and after sunset called iftar, and eaten with the family or with the local community.
The Islamic calendar is based on lunar cycles, which means that it is going back about two weeks each year.
Best Foods in Ramadan Iftar 2017
- Pakora / Samosa
- Dahi Bhalle