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Ramadan

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Aarti Patel

on 17 December 2013

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Transcript of Ramadan

Ramadan

Where is Ramadan celebrated?
It is a muslim tradition, mostly in the Middle east. Pakistan, Iran, Egypt and India celebrate Ramadan.

What is Ramadan?

The people can't eat anything, from 4 in the morning till 9 at night every day for a month. They can only eat after sun-set and before sun-rise. After the month is over they celebrate by giving presents to children and donating some money to the poor. That's called
Eid.
When is Ramadan?
The people celebrate it in different months every year. They look at the calenders and it tells you the date, when to start and when to end.
Food
The people can eat anything after sunset and before sunrise. But the two main meals that are regular is: The Sahur, which is served before dawn and the Iftar, which is served after sunset.





Why do people celebrate Ramadan?
People celebrate Ramadan because its a time of happiness too accept the tasks of the holy book for Allah.(their god)
Bibliography
Http://www.thekitchn.com/ramadan.ca

Http://wikipedia.com

Http://theramadanblog.ca

Primary resource: Grade 11 girl named Rajda.

Books: Pakistan, India and Iran.
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