Gaining momentum over the past one decade in Oman, public iftars in open spaces during the holy month of Ramadan are marked by their simplicity, camaraderie and huge participation. A most rewarding deed for organisers, such gatherings also stand out for the modesty and altruism displayed by participants. It’s a time for fasting, a time for introspection, a time for prayers and a time for showing benevolence. And as the sun goes down after a long day of fasting, what could be more soothing to a tired body and a pious mind than to break the fast in an atmosphere of true brotherhood and love? You could be with your family at home, at a relative’s or friend’s house, at the workplace with your colleagues, for a splendid iftar feast in a hotel or restaurant, or on the road with to...Read More...
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