Muslims from around the world observe the holy month of Ramadan through fasting. Food, liquid, cigarettes and engaging in any sexual relations is prohibited from sunrise to sunset. It is a time of religious observance and spiritual reflection as it is believed that God revealed the first verses of the Quran to Muhammad during Ramadan.
However, once the evening prayer sounds, life awakens and people gather at home or in public to break their fast, known as Iftar. Dinners are rich including multiple courses of traditional dishes that vary from country to country.
Have a look at the different Iftar (breaking fast) dinners form around the world.