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How to Experience Ramadan in Dubai

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The word Ramadan is derived from the Arabic root “ramida” or “ar-ramad,” which signifies scorching heat or dryness. Ramadan is the 9th month of the lunar Islamic calendar.

The festival is celebrated for around 29 to 30 days depending on the visual sightings of the crescent moon. The month of Ramadan is the Muslim community follows fasting from sunrise to sunset, a lot of charity is done and extra prayers also chanted.

Ramadan is the celebration for all in Dubai; in fact, non-Muslims can also take part in iftars, which are hosted for families and folks. Many hotels have necessary arrangements for iftar and suhoor (the pre-dawn meal).

The annual Dubai International Holy Quran Award is held during the first twenty days of Ramadan where families come together at Modhesh World. The government departments and official entities organise new marketing promotional campaign known as ‘Ramadan in Dubai,’ which is a unified effort to promote Dubai as an important destination for celebrating Ramadan. The city hosts a number of activities like cultural, religious, family, and sporting events. Many charitable initiatives are taken to help people.

Book flights to Dubai and avail hotels in Dubai for celebrating Ramadan in Dubai.

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