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Friday, August 26, 2011

moment at bazar ramadhan


Arguably, withholding oneself from food and water for 12 hours during the fasting month of Ramadan is not quite as challenging as having to wake up at 5 o'clock in the morning everyday for sahur, the meal that one eats prior to fasting. Some of us are not willing to disrupt our sleeping pattern and will forego this important meal of the day, resulting in the most aggravating cases of gastric and embarrassing stomach-rumblings during meetings at work. I make an effort to get up for sahur, even if I do sometimes find myself snoozing in the plate of rice in front of me at the dinner table.
However we choose to go about our puasa ritual, everyone looks forward to breaking fast in Ramadan since it first entails shopping around for the best grubs at the local pasar malam(night market) or at those Ramadan food bazaars that only rear their heads once a Muslim lunar year. The tempting aromas of freshly made Malaysian food will make any composed fasting Muslim salivate herself dry!
While I gingerly walked amongst the buying crowd, dodged raindrops and endured the smell of barbequed chicken smoke sticking to my hair, I found solace in observing the exciting hustle and bustle at one of these Ramadan bazaars recently, affirming my love for this country I call home. Today we shall take a peek at some of the sights and scenes of a bazar in the heat of Ramadan spirit. These pictures were taken at the bazar near by my home on the outskirts of pasir mas, guaranteed to make any Malaysian living abroad homesick!




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Friday, August 26, 2011

moment at bazar ramadhan

Posted by HaziNiey PauLo at 5:53 PM

Arguably, withholding oneself from food and water for 12 hours during the fasting month of Ramadan is not quite as challenging as having to wake up at 5 o'clock in the morning everyday for sahur, the meal that one eats prior to fasting. Some of us are not willing to disrupt our sleeping pattern and will forego this important meal of the day, resulting in the most aggravating cases of gastric and embarrassing stomach-rumblings during meetings at work. I make an effort to get up for sahur, even if I do sometimes find myself snoozing in the plate of rice in front of me at the dinner table.
However we choose to go about our puasa ritual, everyone looks forward to breaking fast in Ramadan since it first entails shopping around for the best grubs at the local pasar malam(night market) or at those Ramadan food bazaars that only rear their heads once a Muslim lunar year. The tempting aromas of freshly made Malaysian food will make any composed fasting Muslim salivate herself dry!
While I gingerly walked amongst the buying crowd, dodged raindrops and endured the smell of barbequed chicken smoke sticking to my hair, I found solace in observing the exciting hustle and bustle at one of these Ramadan bazaars recently, affirming my love for this country I call home. Today we shall take a peek at some of the sights and scenes of a bazar in the heat of Ramadan spirit. These pictures were taken at the bazar near by my home on the outskirts of pasir mas, guaranteed to make any Malaysian living abroad homesick!




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