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Here some photoshot @ Pasar Ramadan Desa Ilmu.
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
|Indian Muslim Mosque in Kuala Lumpur|
|Ramadhan Bazaar @ Masjid India Street Kuala Lumpur.|
|locals as well as foreigners for shopping,|
|Police and Local City Hall Officers monitor the traffic @ Ramadhan Bazaar.|
|Stall selling food to cater to the fasting Muslims@Ramdhan Bazaar.|
|Another part of Ramadhan Bazaar @ Jalan Masjid India KL.|
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Ramadan is also the month to visit family and friends, invite each other, illuminate bazaars, mosques and homes, and one is in general having a good time. Also for the children, Ramadan is feast. Some children, not even old enough to be required to fast, do so anyway, and in the evening they play at home or in town, and in particular they indulge in the amazing variety of cakes and sweets, some of them created only in the context of Ramadan.
It is recommended that during Ramadan adolescents who have reached puberty (about 12-13 years of age) to take part in Ramadan traditions like prayer and fasting. But what about kids who are younger? How can they celebrate and learn more about Ramadan without fasting? Children who are too young to participate in fasting do include them in other activities, such as reading books on Ramadan, arts and crafts associated with the celebration, and helping to prepare meals that we will enjoy in the evening feast.
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Malaysian Muslim celebrate Ramadan, towns and cities throughout Malaysia hold a Ramadan Bazaar. Each bazaar has its own distinctive flavour that comes to life after dusk with a series of stalls and vendors pedaling their wares. They are a great place for visitors to sample traditional Malay cuisine which is freshly prepared and cooked on open coals while you wait.
Stutong Ramadan Bazaar....Kuching
Kota Samarahan Remadan Bazaar-Desa Ilmu Commercial centre
Comes Ramadan Malaysians are spoilt for choice when it comes to food no matter they are Muslim or non-Muslim. In Ramadan there are plenty of temporary stalls selling food at the place gazetted by the local council for the whole month of Ramadan. Malaysians will flock the market normally after coming back from work and it spares them the hassle of cooking their meal for breaking of fast especially for both working parents
Just see for yourself how colourful and busy the market is.