Culture & Arts

Here’s how Muslims in Kathmandu feast during Ramadan

During the month of Ramadan, Muslims do not eat or drink during daylight hours, but once the sun is down feasts await them Here’s how Muslims in Kathmandu feast during Ramadan
Helpers at the masjid lay out plates filled with a variety of food items including—rumali roti, chana, keema samosa, aalu keema, pakoda, fruits. Keshav Thapa
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Alisha Sijapati
Published at : May 21, 2019
Updated at : June 2, 2019 12:56
Kathmandu

Alisha Sijapati

Alisha Sijapati is an arts and culture reporter at The Kathmandu Post, primarily covering human interest stories. She is intrigued by history, culture and films. Before joining the Post in 2015, she worked as a journalist for The Himalayan Times and ECS Media.


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