Ramadan

Things you should try doing this week of Ramadan

We are nearing the end of the holy month and everybody in Qatar is enjoying this time, bonding with family and friends. Food, events and shows are happening all over and you can be spoilt for choice. Here is ILQ’s guide to help you plan your days.

Introducing Kids to Ramadan

In the midst of all the festivities of Ramadan, how the children in the house respond and how to introduce about Ramadan to them, will be a challenge faced by parents all over the world.

Scholars who can increase your spiritual knowledge this Ramadan

We are in the second Ashura of Ramadan and I can easily say that so far, everyone has been enjoying it to the fullest. During Ramadan, along with Iftaar and Suhoor preparations, one tries their best to gain the maximum spiritual knowledge that they can.

The Evolution of the Abaya: Doha's Very Own Designers

Instagram is the go-to platform to showcase different fashion designers. Check out Doha's very own abaya fashion designers who are literally revolutionizing the game.

Top Ramadan Apps for Your Phones

We live in an age where you can literally access and do anything from the comfort of your own phones.

Iftar and Suhoor at Shangri-La Hotel Doha’s Ramadan Tent: A Delicious Bargain

Shangri-la's Ramadan tent provides great ambiance, delicious food, and five-star service, not to mention a very unique dining experience.


Doha’s Best Makeup Artists on Instagram

I know of many women who struggle with the art of makeup application. If you want your makeup to slay during your Ramadan evenings or for Eid, check out our list of makeup artists!

The Khaleeji Blogger Movement

If there ever was a glass ceiling in the realm of being social media influencers, these women have shattered it. Khaleeji women are totally changing the blogging game, regardless of criticisms and negativity over cultural norms.

Ramadan Fashion: Where to Find Jalabiyas and Kaftans

One thing I’ve always admired is how women dress during Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr. Everything is more colorful and fancy, more particularly in the evenings at family gatherings, or at exclusively women’s gatherings.

Activities Everyone Can Partake in During Ramadan

Both non-Muslims and Muslims should avail of this month in terms of bridging cultural gaps. We’ve come up with some ideas of things to do for both people who fast and don’t fast.


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