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Ramadan 2018: What foods to eat and Do's and Dont's for the Holy Month dedicated to Almighty.

  Ramadan 2018: What foods to eat and Do's and Dont's for the Holy Month dedicated to Almighty.

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Ramadan 2018 starts from tomorrow. Do’s and don’ts and food guide during the Holy month.

Ramadan 2018 starts from tomorrow. Do’s and don’ts and food guide during the Holy month.

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A month of fasting ending with Eid-ul-Fitr or Meethi Eid is known as Ramazan or Ramadan. The food constitutes for Rozedaars include Sehri and iftar; Sehri is what we eat before sunrise and Fajr Prayer or Namaaz.

The ninth month in the Islamic (Hijri) almanack or calendar is known as Ramadan and it holds a notable place in the calendar. Muslims admire this month-long time by doing fast. It is the month of sacred beginning, affection and helps towards the Almighty. Fast is broken with the striking celebrations of Eid-A-Fitr, or Meethi Eid, the opportunity day of the next month (Shawwal). Once Sehri is concluded, people examine fast for the whole day and break it with iftar, which is actually the dusk meal. The majority of followers like a lavish attain with delicacies like nalli nihari, sheermal, paya soup, dates, sweets, etc. This is usually accompanied by tea or a glass of milk. Sehri must not be eaten after Fajr Prayer.

Do's in the Holy Month.

What to do what don't in Holy Ramadan Month

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Control over all evils presents within the Individuals who follow Islam.

One should perform Namaaz for Almighty.
One should donate and feed the poor who are desperately in needs.

Don’t’s One Should observe In Holy Month.

One should Not speak a lie.

One should not trouble others, and never ever use bad words to anyone throughout the month.

One must not lose self-control anyhow.

Foods To Eat in Ramadan

Foods To Eat in Ramadan

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1 Carbohydrate-rich foods like bread, rice and potatoes take longer to absorb and keep your energy levels high all throughout the day.

2 Whole grains and fibrous fruits should be taken all through the day. Comprise in your diet fruits such as banana, apples and apricots, and grains like barley, chickpeas and oats that will make you more fuller for longer also it would prevent constipation

4 Hydrating foods and snacks must make a part of your Sehri diet. Coconut water, cucumbers, pineapple, tomatoes, oranges and lots of water will help keep you going throughout the day.

What Foods one must not eat during Holy Month.

1. Do not intake spicy foods as it would result in your indigestion problems.

2. Drink more water instead of Tea.

3. Keep Salty foods at bay this month as It would dehydrate you.

Avoid sugar-rich foods this month.

Myfreedo wishes Ramadan Mubarak! To all the brothers and sisters all around the globe.