To find out that someone is taking Fast in Ramadan, despite being a non-Muslim, is as much as surprising for me as it can be for you.
A friend of mine, who lives in Islamabad, has made a habit of enjoying a meal once every Ramadan in Kartarpura, a food street of Rawalpindi.
Dating back to the pre-partition era of 1940s, this place is known for its exotic local, aka desi, delicacies and varieties.
Chutney is an essential item on a Pakistani dining table. Be it a lunch, dinner or an evening snack meal, chutney will give your food an extra edge of spiciness and taste, making your ordinary food into something really special.
Sun is furious here. Very, very furious.
Summer breeze isn’t around anymore.
Month of Ramadan is here, which means changes in daily schedules and routines. But hopefully, I will try to stay as active as I can on my blog.
Here is my entry for Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week Challenge: Golden Hour
For past one month, Muslims all over the world were celebrating the holy month of Ramadan. So what happens after spending a full holy month of fasting, praying and showing obedience to ALMIGHTY ALLAH?