This weekend will be full of festive vehemence as Muslims celebrate Eid-Al-Fitr on 20th August. Celebrations are not easy for Muslins as they keep rigid fasts and that for a month. This time Ramadan, month of fast started from 20th July.
If you think that Eid is restricted to Muslims dominating countries then you are mistaken, it is being celebrated across the world. Muslims live across the world and this fact has made Eid, Muslims' biggest festival to be a much known celebration.
Eid is much known among non-Muslims as great food and festive feeling all over the place. However, if to ask Muslims then accomplishment of one month long fast is to cross hurdles of constant hunger pangs, headache and fatigue.
If to take different angle of the same then in some countries this festival is also considered to be a way to bring different religions, together. In order the same, the Benevolent Society's Taste Food Tours is going to organize a dinner.
"We really believe food is the great connector and Ramadan is the perfect opportunity to demystify Islam a little bit for the people of Sydney", said Cathy Quinn, who is the manager of Taste Food Tours.
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