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A Feast For The Senses

India is home to over 140 million Muslims, so Ramadan touches most aspects of everyday life – even for non-Musilms. In recent years, Ramadan has fallen in some of the hottest months, so a combination of fasting, low blood sugar and heat can lead to a short fuse, lethargy and a subdued mood during daylight hours. However, Ramadan is a period of reflection so the spirit is a little more philosophical and introspective.

Once the horizon drinks in the sun and dusk arrives, the streets hum with humanity and markets buzz with feverish celebration...

Read More in my piece for globally acclaimed adventure travel magazine, Wanderlust on etiquette, what to do, what not to do, when and where to eat during Ramadan in India.

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Ramadan, India
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