Motion blur of people going about their business in the busy bazaar.
Iftar Delicacies of Dhaka. The holy month of Ramazan in the Muslim world is observed with great piety and fervour. The daylong fasting ends at sunset and the faithful break their fasting with the delicacies of IFTARI.
Dhaka , particularly its densely populated older section bustles and buzzes with the rush home and the selling and buying of Iftari items as the time for Iftar draws near. Almost every restaurant of the city, from the 5-star hotels to local street outlets prepares their traditional and special Iftari items. Iftari items displayed on open-air stalls and tables with the adjacent gas burner or the stove frying Iftar items on large pans, some other in syrupy liquid and sizzling the other Iftaris over red-hot charcoal fire becomes the iconic Ramazan image of Dhaka.Chawk Bazar in old Dhaka is famous. The entire road in front of Shahi Masjid throbs with the hustle bustle. Jam packed with crowds.
Top item is `Muri' (sand fried rice), and there is Piazu (paste of mashed lentils), `Beguni' or `Beson' (crushed yellow peas), `Jilapi' (sweetmeat), `Halim' (pasty broth), `Swami' and `Nargisi' Kabab with boiled egg, `Shik Kabab' (meats on skewers) as well as `dahi bara' (curd items). Dhaka, Bangaladesh
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