Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com hits the the lanes of Mumbai's Mohammad Ali Road and Bohri Mohalla to soak in the Ramzan festivities.
IMAGE: No Ramzan celebration is complete without falooda. A hot favourite, these delightful packs are filled with falooda ingredients. All one needs to do is mix milk, and you are ready for a delicious dessert.
IMAGE: The lanes of Mohammad Ali Road come to life with food stalls selling a variety of kebabs. Pictured above is the delectable seekh kebab being cooked.
IMAGE: Take your pick -- from cutlets to rolls, crispy chicken and chicken on skewers, this platter is a foodie's delight.
IMAGE: Brun (kadak) pavs being stacked up.
IMAGE: Piping hot mutton samosas ready to be served. Aren't you drooling already?
IMAGE: This is how the khameeri roti is made. Mohammad Ismail has been making rotis for the last 30 years. These rotis are parceled across the country.
IMAGE: When you're at Bohri Mohalla, you must try the Surti Bara Handi.
IMAGE: Food vendors pull all stops to serve you the best dishes.
IMAGE: How many types of chicken tikkas can you spot in this pic?
IMAGE: A group of helpers break their fast with fresh fruits.
IMAGE: Taking a break from his work, the street food vendor (standing in the middle) sips water and breaks his fast.
IMAGE: Who can say no to such mouth-watering phirni?
IMAGE: Malpuas fried in a hot pan filled with ghee.
IMAGE: Why settle for a plain malpua when you can have it with yummy rabri?
IMAGE: A food tour through the streets will throw up some interesting sights too. Sadiq, who works at Al-Sana Collections, shows off his new hairstyle.