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Ramazan 2018: 3 Cities You Must Visit in India for a Perfect Iftaar Treat

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| Contributor Content| UPDATED: May 31, 2018, 12:22 PM IST
Ramazan 2018: 3 Cities You Must Visit in India for a Perfect Iftaar Treat Calm down the foodie in you!
The Holy Month of Ramadan is here and people of muslim faith fast from dawn to dusk across the globe without food or drink. The followers of Islam are allowed to take two meals a day – Suhoor – before the dawn breaks and Iftar – after the sunsets. Not just the Rozedars (people on fast), but non-muslims too participate in Iftaar parties and celebrate the diversity India is known for. If you too are a food and cultural enthusiast then here’s a list of 3 cities in India which you must visit in the coming weeks:

1. Purani Dilli




Delhi is the melting pot of cultures. The lanes of old Delhi aka Purani Dilli are famous for the eateries and Ramadan is the month when the aromas across these lanes make it a paradise for mughlai food lovers. A surfeit of food joints around the Jama Masjid especially at Bazar Matia Mahal are something food connoisseurs cannot miss. The assortment of specialities from keema samosas to paneer jalebi spell the unmatched taste and spirit of Old Delhi.

2. Hyderabad

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The colorful bustling lanes around Charminar are thriving with fresh preparations of Haleem, pathar ka gosht, paranthas and samosas, where you can head straight after the dusk and savor the special delicacies of the City of Nizam. Toli Chowki is another popular place where you can find choicest food courts and restaurants.

3. Lucknow

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The City of Nawabs comes alive after sunset in the month of Ramadan. Known for the Awadhi and Mughlai cuisine, the streets of Lucknow are flooded with food stalls that offer mouth-watering nihari, kulche, kebabs, biryanis, and assorted sweets like gulab jamun, goond-ka-halwa, doodh-pheni, rabri, kheer, that just leave you spoilt for choice.
First Published: May 31, 2018, 12:22 PM IST
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