Muslims across the country celebrate this dawn-to-dusk fast. Different cities have different changes during this month. New Delhi, Capital of India observed a 20% drop in the fruit rates, reasons bein
In Egypt, Ramadan is not only a religious occasion, but also a cultural event that even Christian Egyptians wait for it, and celebrate it.
Recalling Ramadan traditions in his hometown of Marrakech, Morocco, Abdessamad Ali’s memories are very specific.Ali recalls Harira, the special soup served to break the fast, his mother waking befor
The last decade has witnessed a major decline in the number of women wearing Hijab in the major cities. While the hijab culture is not as big as that of ‘Burqa,’ it certainly has seen a decline.
Across the pond in the US, another friend, Lisa Munyan, muses “One of my earliest memories is of watching the English team win the 1966 world cup. We were all jumping up and down on the sofa and non
Every Muslim community prepares for the holy month in its own way. Preparations take the form of preparing special foods and desserts, hanging special decorations, and holding a number of events that
"Daddy" and "Mummy" suit most Western parents, becoming "Dad" and "Mum" as the children grow older. "Father" and "Mother" are seldom used except in the formal written sense or as a third party usage.I
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