Mixing of fruits to create a refreshing meal for iftar | Mehedi Hasan/Dhaka Tribune
A crunchy piyazu in iftar is a must to satisfy your gastronomical needs | Mehedi Hasan/Dhaka Tribune
Arranging and plating the food items for the devotees to enjoy a good meal at iftar at the High Court mazar | Mehedi Hasan/Dhaka Tribune
The quintessential murimakhano is the main dish of iftar | Mehedi Hasan/Dhaka Tribune
The High Court mazar which arranges iftar everyday for the common mass, opens their doors to serve and replenish the devotees with a hearty meal at iftar | Mehedi Hasan/Dhaka Tribune
Plates ready and aligned to serve and replenish the devotees after a long day of fasting | Mehedi Hasan/Dhaka Tribune
Iftar in Dhaka does not only mean delicacies in Puran Dhaka or exclusive iftar items at renowned restaurants. Iftar also means a communal gathering where people from all walks of life and backgrounds share food and have conversations. Dhaka Tribune explores under-represented areas where iftar is celebrated when a community comes together, as in the case of High Court mazar.