Ramadan, the most auspicious month for Muslims across the globe, has finally begun on April 13. The festival falls in the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is regarded as one of the five pillars of Islam.
Also known as Ramzan, Ramadan is not only for fasting but also all Muslims should dedicate themselves to self-sacrifice like abstain from taking drink or food and physical needs, asking forgiveness for their wrongdoings and devoting themselves to Allah.
Iftar, also known as ftoor, is the evening meal with which Muslims end their daily Ramadan fast at sunset. They break their fast at the time of the call to prayer for the evening prayer. This is their second meal of the day; the daily fast during Ramadan begins immediately after the pre-dawn meal of suhur and continues during the daylight hours, ending with sunset with the evening meal of iftar
This poster explains how Iftar can be enjoyed safely at this time.