It is that time of the year when people from Muslim communities across the world observe the month of Ramzan – a month of fasting from dawn to dusk. This means that every day for one month, people abstain from eating and drinking during the daylight hours and break their fast with the evening meal call Iftar, followed by prayer. Traditionally, the fast is broken with dates and water first, and then the main meal. But at several places around the world, Iftar is more of feasting with sumptuous meal.
Here are the cities that lay out the best Iftar spreads in India, with some of the most savoured delicacies served there.