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How Muslims break their Ramzan fast the world over

Last updated on: July 28, 2014 18:52 IST

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We bring you a series of portraits of Muslims observing Ramzan in different countries around the world with the food they most liked to eat when breaking their daytime fast.Sara Naqvi, 36, holds a plate of her favourite Iftar meal, puri-cholea, deep fried bread and spicy chickpeas, as she waits to break her fast in New Delhi.

  

Sara Navqi's favourite Iftar meal of puri-chole, deep fried bread and spicy chickpeas is seen in New Delhi.


Photographs: Adnan Abidi/Reuters

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Mevlida Mrgic, 66, poses for a photograph as she holds a plate of dolma, a traditional dish of stuffed vegetables, in the central Bosnian town of Zenica.

 

Dolma, a traditional dish of stuffed vegetables, and other food are laid out on a table at Mevlida Mrgic's home in the central Bosnian town of Zenica.


Photographs: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

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Mohammad Kabir, 64, holds a bowl of shorba, an Afghan soup made from beef or lamb, which is served with bread and potatoes as he poses for a photograph in Kabul.

 

 The food with which Mohammad Kabir will break his fast is laid out in Kabul.


Photographs: Mohammad Ismail/Reuters

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Srikandi Hakim, 69, holds a plate of brongkos, a Javanese dish made from oxtail, tofu, and red bean, as she poses for a photograph in Jakarta.

 

 Brongkos, a Javanese dish made from oxtail, tofu, and red beans, which is usually eaten with crackers and rice is seen at Srikandi Hakim's house in Jakarta.

 


Photographs: Beawiharta/Reuters

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Patema Youssef, 22, an Uighur woman, holds a dish of Xinjiang noodles as she poses for a photograph at her home in Shanghai.

  

 A dish of Xinjiang noodles is seen at Patema Youssef 's home in Shanghai.


Photographs: Aly Song/Reuters

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Zelfira Mansurova, a Tatar woman, holds a jerked goose as she poses for a photograph near her house in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk.

 

A jerked goose is seen at Zelfira Mansurova's house in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk.


Photographs: Ilya Naymushin/Reuters

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Hamed Mahmoud, 30, holds grilled fish as he poses for a photograph in Alexandria, Egypt. 

  

Grilled fish, which Hamed Mahmoud bought to break his fast, is seen in Alexandria.


Photographs: Asmaa Waguih/Reuters

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