Iftar refers to the evening meal eaten after sunset during the Islamic month Swam of Ramadan. People gather to break their day-long fast with Iftar, which is one of the religious rites of Ramadan held by Muslim community. Since then, Muslims observe a strict fast throughout the day; I am very hungry for Iftar time held shortly after Maghrib (sunset). Traditionally, the fast is broken by the consumption of a given, as was mentioned in Hadith that the Prophet broke his fast by eating dates. If the dates are not available, the fast may be broken with a drink of water. Many Muslims sponsor Iftar as a form of charity because they believe that it was practiced by the Prophet Muhammad.
In areas with Muslim population, a signal or cannon indicates the time for breaking of fasting or time can be transmitted radio & TV as well. In Muslim tradition, all healthy people should practice fasting during the month of Ramadan, except for children who have not yet reached puberty. A day in the month of Swam at dawn begins with the Suhur, a rich meal, high protein that will support the person’s energy level throughout the day. Given that there will be no meal consumed until the time of Iftar at sunset, it is wise to eat some dates and drinking water, so that the body continues to function properly. During Ramadan, it is very important to provide the right kind of body energy source to meet their daily needs.
Iftar usually starts from a given consumption and drinking water, a tradition followed by Muslims since the middle ages. Religious texts say that the Prophet Muhammad broke his fast with dates but the bottom there’s a scientific explanation for the move. After fasting all day, need of the body is a source of instant energy to help raise blood sugar levels. Date immediately replenish low sugar levels are good source of protein, vitamins and minerals such as potassium and magnesium. After breaking the fast in the traditional way, Muslims consume a variety of foods that people like having with all family members and Iftar parties organized by mosques. Every country and culture pays an emphasis on serving a variety of food with Iftar specialties, playing an important role. The basis of all these dishes are lamb, fruit juices, soups and stews to reconstitute the content of water and proteins in the body.
Iftar in Dubai has a deep religious significance with many social organizations organizing Iftar free to millions of needy people. If tourists are organized for the best Dubai hotel deals, enjoy Iftar in refined elegance of the surroundings of 5 stars. Many hotels in Dubai organizes Iftar parties and entertainment events, which are open to Non-Muslims as well.