South Bazaar: The Forum Of Families And Communities In Ramadan

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The South Bazar is a popular tourist destination in Al Wakrah, which –along with its spaciousness- boasts cultural diversity and embraces coexistence. The bazaar attracts hundreds of visitors daily to buy products from local and international merchants.

Many Al Wakrah residents have said that there was a need for more places where families can go to enjoy and explore different cultures, but also indicated that there were no such places in the area.

Ramadan is the month of goodness, giving and blessing. In Qatar, the management of South Bazar has been working to make the bazaar a place where everyone can see how Ramadan is celebrated differently in different parts of the world.

For example, in Qatar, iftar begins with fresh dates, milk and fruits. Then there is a second phase after Tarawih prayers called Ghabga, where families communicate with each other and enjoy the most delicious food. As for Suhoor, members of Qatari families exchange visitations distinguished with their communication and compassion.

The bazaar's turnout for the holy month has been greater than usual, attracting many families and friends, Qataris and residents, to enjoy the Qatari heritage.

With a wide range of products and foods to choose from, and its cultural heritage preservation and promotion of coexistence between nationalities, the South Bazaar is a great place for family bonding-and for learning about the many cultures that make up Qatar.

In addition to preserving traditions like religious chants and celebrations, the South Bazar preserves the traditional Qatari culture by serving traditional Qatari dishes in restaurants that mix the national character with the modern one.

The South Bazar is a popular place to visit during Ramadan. Its curators say that there is a huge demand for space, and add that during Ramadan, people are likely to return to their traditional kitchens to eat traditional food, something which the bazaar offers daily throughout Ramadan.


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