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EID EID EID Mubarak!


Eid Mubarak my Readers. I hope my Muslim siblings are having a fabulous day. I just stopped by to drop over some pictures I took earlier in the morning. Mum is as usual in the kitchen, preparing the Great Feast.  I tried my best to take few shots of the food but I was brutally kicked out – and that’s not something new. hehe

The above picture was taken earlier in the morning. I had just woken up and realized I had fallen asleep  without washing off my hand last night. Yes, you’re right. That’s khanum’s hand. I might share a tip here. If you want your Henna to last longer, rub some oil or vicks over your dried henna. It will  Shine out loud. As for my dress, I am wearing color red and white. As you know I don’t post personal pictures but I can assure you, Khanum is looking fabulous. (Such miracles do happen at times)

Let’s have a look at more snapshots. More will be uploaded soon as the day progresses. If my mother doesn’t hide my camera somewhere that is.

And A big round of applause for my successful theft mission in the kitchen. I had to take atleast one shot of something delicious.  “Kheer” or “Sawaiyan” is a sweet dish, often prepared on ‘Chand Raat’ literally translated as Moon Night, ” A night before Eid. My mother prepared it last night too and decorated it with Pistachio , almonds and Dates. The thin silver paper is absolutely must. Yum yum yummy. I will attack on it after finishing this post.

Our lazy silly Cat!

And that’s my cousin. My favorite shot of the day. She may be a devil but her smile is priceless.

  • Does this mean that Ramadan is over? I hope you all have a lovely great feast. Mmmm….looked healthy and interesting.

    • Yes, D. Ramadan is over. Muslims celebrate Eid after Ramadan. Another Eid will come after The month of Hajj. You know the pilgrimage to Makkah.
      That Eid is called Eid-ul-Adha. (Azha) This eid celebrated after ramadan is known as Eid-ul-Fitr. 🙂 P.S. Eid means Happiness. These are two annual Grand Celebration occasions for Muslims. That lasts for days.

  • abasits

    Ahhhhh ! :~))
    Desserts …..Lookin awesum …. I hope, you must had great time on Eid :~)
    Well Eid Mubarak to you …

    • Thank You. Khair Mubarak. Eid Saeed to you too.
      and Yes, Eid ho aur desserts nah hon. Impossible.

  • Eid Mubarak!:)
    I love Ramzan, though not a Muslim myself but I have Muslim relatives and they treat me to yummyyyy biriyani!!!

    • Thanks, Avan! Yes, I have a Non Muslim friend. She ulta give me treats herself. 🙂 Its fun on Eid.
      P.S I love biryani too.

  • Eid Mubarak, Pervisha! Those are lovely photographs, mashaAllah! The mehendi color turned out nice and dark.

    • Thank You dear Nadia!

  • Eid Mubarak to you and your family Pervisha! Sorry for the late wish, Ive been hiberanting :p I like your Henna. Did your family do it for you??

    • Hey Tien, thanks. No, the henna was done by myself. Its easy 🙂

  • I love your photographs! I like the henna a lot! 🙂

    • Thanks alot Dear! Welcome back to the blog. I loved the picture your captain took of Burj Khalifa! Keep rocking.

  • Cat is awesome=) What a pretty!

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