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Ramzan Dastarkhwan


Maulana Muhammad Khan Sherani Welfare Trust has been organizing Ramadan Dastarkhwan for Iftar Dinner of poor and deserving people. Hundreds of people break their fast at Ramadan Dastarkhwan followed by Dinner for the whole month. This Iftar is for travelers, students and general people at different places of the Baluchistan district. We have taken certain measures to enhance better food during the holy month of Ramazan besides arranging Iftar at different places of Baluchistan.

We will set up a Ramzan Dastarkhwan at Baluchistan where the needy and poor are fed Iftari every day during Ramzan Mubarak. Although this is a very small contribution, it is our small way of removing the fear of uncertainty for the poor who often do not know whether they will have a meal to eat next or not. With our service, they know that there is always a place where they can eat after fasting a day.

Iftar is one of the religious observances of Ramadan, and is often done as a community, with Muslim people gathering to break their fast together. We believe that feeding someone iftar as a form of charity is very rewarding and that such was practiced by Muhammad (SAW). The month of Ramadan is all about fasting and following Allah (SWT) commands. There are countless opportunities to take advantage of during this month and Muslims seek repentance for past sins as well as becoming more pious.

Performing Iftar is an act that brings blessings for Muslims. This is a great act of kindness and one that is greatly favored by Allah (SWT). It is said that Allah (SWT) will open the gates of forgiveness for those who help fast observers in acquiring adequate Iftar to break their fast at this time. The one who gives a fast observer water to drink at the time of Iftar will be given a drink from Allah(s) fountain where they will never again feel thirsty. Ramadan teaches us a great number of things; patience, piety and discipline are just a few to name.

We are pleased to say each person is served with respect and dignity and it is our highest honor to serve them.