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5 refreshing drinks to stay hydrated during fasting

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After a long day of fasting, when you're eager for something to drink and satisfy both thirst and hunger, drinks become a must for breaking the fast. Hence, we present some unique recipes that are both delicious and filling. Whether you like faloodas or seek something different, this collection offers fresh options that you can try.

Mohabbat Ka Sharbat

This pink drink, made with watermelons, rose syrup, chilled milk, and ice cubes, is a favourite near Jama Masjid in Old Delhi. It's a popular choice during Iftar, especially among those visiting the mosque for evening prayers. What sets it apart is its rosy flavour, floating watermelon chunks, and vibrant pink colour. Source: Instagram

Rooh Afza Sherbet

During Ramzan, Rooh Afza sherbet is the top drink choice. It's a refreshing and fragrant beverage that helps satisfy your thirst after a long day of fasting. Mix it with water or milk, and add small watermelon pieces and fresh mint leaves for extra appeal. Source: X

Pudina Chaas

Pudina Chaas is a traditional refreshing drink from Southern India, particularly Tamil Nadu. It's often kept in clay pots, giving it a special aroma. Source: Instagram


Falooda is a rich drink dessert made with thickened milk, basil seeds, vermicelli, and rose syrup. Sometimes it includes ice cream. It's a favourite Iftar treat because it's refreshing and satisfying. Source: Pexels

Milk and Dates Smoothie

Dates are not only nutritious but also great for boosting immunity. They're often eaten right after the sunset prayer to break the fast quickly. You can easily make a nutritious drink at home by blending deseeded dates with milk. Once they blend smoothly, your energy-boosting drink is ready to enjoy. Source: Pexels

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