Beyond these Hustling and bustling streets of Kolkata, there is another side of the city of joy during Ramadan. The fragrance of Attar, the charm of Surma, the fusion of Rooh-Afza before Iftar, and the hot spicy Haleem in Sehri. During Ramadan, Muslims observe fasting, which is called Roza. While keeping Roza, one should not eat or drink anything while the sun is shining.
During this month the smell of love is everywhere, so much peace fills the city up in the air, it’s Ramadan, the month of the Quran. Everyone is looking inside them to strengthen their integrities and morals. Ramadan is a time to give, it’s time to share and it’s time to show that we care.
During the month the busiest place to walk on is Zakaria street, you will find vast varieties of delicious food stalls and restaurants to break your fast during Iftar and to begin the fast with Sehri. Whether you belong to any of the religion, food is the only thing which connects unconditionally to everyone.
On the occasion of Ramadan, Chicken Chengezi and Mahi Akbari are the must-haves from Taskeen. In Zakaria Street, no matter wherever you look, there is all food and food. And the special Rasmalai is a must-try at Haji Alauddin, Sheermal Roti, and Afghani Kebab at Dilli 6. Exploring the Food Street for Ramadan in Kolkata. It has been many years of Ramadan that we have been rushing to Zakaria Street for the madness of Haleems and Kebabs.
During this month, many food bazaars also pop up in every big city and small town. After an entire day of fasting, everyone indulges in a variety of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies. The hustle and bustle in each of these markets is something that can only be experienced in person.