Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting, which is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar. During this month Muslims abstain from food, drink, sexual relations, smoking and other vices between sunrise and sunset, this lasts for the entire month. After sunset in the evening Muslims eat small meals and visit with friends and family. Its conclusion is marked by Eid Al-Fitr, one of the two major Islamic holidays.
Although the focus of Ramadan is spiritual, time of worship and contemplation. – making extra prayers, giving charity and other other acts of worships are recommended. Place a surprising emphasis on food during this holy month is a way to strengthen family and community ties in many Islamic cultures. Iftar, the meal at which Muslims break their fast, is highly anticipated, and even children who aren’t fasting look forward to the spread of food each evening. And of course ending up having oriental sweets for dessert. This is an inherent and very delicious tradition in Ramadan in all Muslims world.
Here’s some of the best oriental sweets that will highlight your fetar meal and sohour , sure it will impressanyone.