Some annual events hold so much value and importance that we can't wait but keep a countdown to track their incoming. The holy month of Ramadan is one such observance that always brings with it more blessings than asked for.
During Ramadan, the one keeping a fast must not eat or even drink water from the crack of dawn until the stroke of sunset. Later in the day, when the devotee breaks the fast and proceeds to have a meal post prayers, it is termed as Iftar.
The individuals keeping the fast are advised not to smoke or consume liquor and not to involve themselves in any sinful activity such as spreading hateful speech, cursing, or lying. More than this, if you closely look at the dealings of Iftar, you'll agree with the following good things that take birth solely because of Iftar.
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