Muhammad Fateh Farooq

  • Ramadhan is kaput, the luxurious sehris/aftaris have ended but the prime feast is on its way. Eid ul Fitar, most commonly acknowledged as the ‘Eating Eid’ is celebrated by Muslims all around the world after fasting for one long month. The festival is also a sacred centenary on which ...

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  • Flinging towards sooq on a car gathering the vital household objects and stirring back to the house was rather easy and time saving. But the issue in this entire sturdy commotion was the absence of physical activity. After being locked down at home, many people especially families with young ...

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  • Life was smooth, things were going upright, jostle and commotion was there then unexpectedly Corona arrived. Things in progress started to transform, individuals started to sojourn at home, people picked to manage their matters by evading social gatherings and in a sudden the whole shebang started ...

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  • Ramadhan, the month of blessings for Muslims is awt all time relevant to eating. Numerous people at the time of Sehari and Aftari cook some delicious food in their cabooses while others prefer to dangle out for the superlative Sehri/Aftari deals. The dining tables are set for nourishing yet ...

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  • Sher Shah Suri’s GT road is renowned for various things, from linking three capitals to momentous structures. But the utmost protuberant feature of GT road comes out to be the ‘Taste Factories’ of the people living around. From New Delhi to Kabul and from Islamabad to Karachi, ...

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  • The trend of Desi Nashtas in Punjabi ethos is extensively eminent around the world. Starting from Naan Chanay to Halwa Purri, Bong Paya to Maghaz and Nehari to Hareesa, each food conveys its own heirloom and palate. But the utmost imperative part of each Desi Nashta is The Lassi! Lassi, Most ...

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  • Being a young fella from Gujranwala is always relatable to eating but it adds more crisp when you are also a Kashmiri born child. Born in a Gujranwala is a pure sign of being a food paramour. As per historic facts, two foremost ethnic groups reside in Gujranwala, First the Kashmiri diaspora and ...

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