Ramjan fast begins tomorrow

27th May, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew

BHADRAPUR, May 27: The Ramjan festival which commemorates the month the Koran, the holy scripture of the Muslims is believed to have descended in the world, is beginning from tomorrow.

[caption id="attachment_5878" align="alignnone" width="855"] A Kashmiri Muslim man prays as he waits to break his day long fast on the bank of Dal Lake in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Saturday, July 11, 2015. Hundreds of Kashmiri on Saturday participated in an Iftar ceremony, the meal traditionally taken after sunset prayers to break the Ramadan daily fast, which according to the organisers was to create a record for Asia's largest Iftar party. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin)[/caption]

The Muslims observe a fast for a month during Ramjan. This fast is called Roja.

Roja starts after partaking some food, known as sehari, about two hours before sunrise and it is terminated by eating light food and sweets, known as Abatarik. The Muslims also are required to make donations as per their capacity in this month of sacrifice and dedication.