Ramadan 2019 is going on and it's a time to prepare luscious post-fasting meals. Here are two video recipes for desserts that are commonly prepared for Iftar.
Ramadan, the much-awaited 30-day summer festival of the Islam religion has already begun. The event falls on every ninth month of the Islamic calendar.
Here's what you should eat for Iftar this Ramadan 2019. According to Islamic tradition, Ramzan is considered to be the holiest month in the entire year.
The month of Ramadan begins on 5th May this year and would end on 4th June 2019.
Rose sherbet is made with concentrated syrup of a medley of edible rose flowers and other ingredients.
If you are planning to make Biryani for your Iftar spread, here are some expert tips and recipes that may help you.
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