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Published on Aug 5, 2012
http://www.SaveMoneyManageMoneyMakeMo...http://www.IMInfoBlog.comhttp://www.PhilinVancouver.comhttp://www.PhilinBangkok.com Steeped in an age-old tradition of fasting, prayers and alms-giving, Hari Raya is one of the most significant religious festivals for the local Muslim community. Lights and decorations are put up along the streets of Geylang Serai, while a bazaar is also set up, selling a wonderful array of items including clothing and local delicacies. For the local Muslim community in Singapore as well as those around the world, Hari Raya Aidilfitri is one of the most significant religious festivals, steeped in an age-old tradition of fasting, prayers and alms-giving. It follows the end of the Ramadan, a one-month fasting period for the Muslim community as a time for reflection and of worship. After the month-long ritual which goes on for about 30 days, the Muslim community in Singapore gets together to celebrate with a colourful feast. Lights and decorations are put up along the streets of Geylang Serai where the celebrations take place, while a bazaar is also set up, selling a wonderful array of carpets, clothing, household items and local specialty Malay delicacies. Ketupats and rendang are some of the traditional delicacies, among a wide range of mouth-watering mains and desserts, that are unique to the festival. It is truly a wonderful time to soak up the atmosphere and relish in the lively atmosphere of sights and sounds at Geylang Serai during the celebrations. This video was taken on my Samsung Focus Windows Phone 7 1st generation cant wait for the Windows Phone 8 release in Oct http://www.WhyWindowsPhone.com Dont forget to hit Like and Subscribe to my Channel