Ramadan Festival suspended till Monday

The 15-day Ramadan Festival that started earlier this week shall remain suspended till Monday due to inclement weather conditions.

The organisers informed that due to the unfavorable weather conditions, the festival has been suspended for few days and will resume from Tuesday, May 28. The festival is being organized by Department of Industries and Commerce, Kashmir in collaboration with the Department of Culture, J&K with the aim to relive the spirit of festivity of this holy month.

To mention, Ramadan night festival at Kashmir Haat here has become popular among people to break their fast and relish variety of dishes amidst cultural activities.

With several food-stalls set up in the market, cuisines of different varieties including traditional Wazwan has been made available to attract people in large numbers at the market which operates between 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm. A number of food stalls have been set-up inside the park with an ethnic Kashmiri touch. Several other popular food brands in the night market offer dishes such as chicken tikka, garlic chicken. Many other stalls at the market attract people with Wazwan delicacies while people will get a chance to purchase jams and jellies.

The Handicrafts Department has set-up a stall selling handicrafts while Academy of Art, Culture and Languages ( JKAACL) is planning to hold natia-qalam programs at this special night market in days to come.