Iftar cards

Wish your dear ones that every moment of Ramadan brings happiness, joy , peace and prosperity. This Ramadan send your wishes for a wonderful Iftar with these bright and lovely cards.

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    What is Iftar?

    Iftar is a ritual observed by Muslims during Ramadan, one of their holy festivals. During the month of Ramadan, Muslims observe a daily fast during the daytime. They have a pre-dawn meal and go for fasting throughout the day. They break their daily fast with a special meal in the evening, which is known as Iftar.

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    Iftar Recipes

    Iftar is the perfect festival to feed the hungry stomachs with yummy delights. As far as usual meals are concerned we all are a pro at it. But when it comes to Iftar, it has to be special and extremely wonderful. But, if you are uncertain about the recipes of your favorite Iftar special meals here we are, offering simple solution to your dilemma. Glance through the following two popular Iftar recipes. You can choose to prepare them for your Iftar.

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    Iftar Menu

    Iftar is an occasion to pamper oneself with delightful and yummy food stuffs. After the all day fast, Iftar is welcomed as a delightful reward. The brilliant Iftar menu is nothing short of the Allah's merciful grace. During Ramadan, the holy month of fasting, Muslims abstain from eating and drinking until the sun sets and the bells in the mosque pompously rings declaring the end of the fast. At dusk, the faithful followers gather for Iftar. Iftar is the meal taken after the sundown by the one who religiously observed the fast. Iftar begins with having dates and water. Thereafter, prayer is offered to thank Allah followed by the Iftar feast.

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