Ramadan is considered as a way of showing devotion to the Almighty. It is a time when we can reschedule our busy calendars to remember Allah despite the heavy workloads. The Ramadan days begin and end with the prayers. Charity & exchanging gifts is a popular tradition during the month of Ramadan & on the final day Eid. The three-day long holiday of Eid at the end of Ramadan is a time to celebrate with family & friend. It is often compared to the light at the end of a tunnel after a long & difficult month of fasting & abstaining from entertaining activities. It is a popular tradition during Ramadan for people to share dates and dry fruits for breaking their fast following the example of the Prophet Muhammad. There are some traditional gifts associated with Eid & most often, new clothes, Arabic Attars, dry fruits, and fresh fruits are given as gifts to kids & adults. More important than the gift of clothes & other presents is the tradition of zakat. It is the tradition of alms-giving & charitable donations to those less fortunate & it is one of the five pillars of Islam. Zakat can be given in the form of food, clothes or money & it's the spirit of giving that is really important. It's an excellent chance for people to ensure that the needy are able to celebrate Eid too. We have decorated our website to aid your gifting requirements for Ramadan and Eid both. Have a look at our extensive collection of coffee, mochas, qishr etc. and send these Ramadan gifts to your loved ones. 

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