New Delhi, June 12 (ANI): Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar is observed by Muslims worldwide and is considered to be the holiest month of the year. Muslims fast the entire day and break their fast at sunset with iftar. The stalls outside mosques are filled with ethnic clothes, dry fruits and other traditional food items. Delhi's famous Jama Masjid has hosted iftar for devotees for years now. This year, the grand mosque witnessed communal brotherhood as people from across religions offered Namaz together, followed by dining with their Muslim brothers. Muslims welcomed their Hindu brothers with open arms. People from all quarters of the society celebrate this festival in this iconic place of worship together. As the sun sets in the evening, hundreds of Muslims broke their fast after the evening Namaz and the entire mosque then resembled a picnic spot, where many families enjoyed their iftar. Items on the menu mainly include dry fruits, lime water or biryani. Heartwarming scenes played out when the Hindus, Muslims and Christians came together to enjoy the delicacies. As the night grew darker, the mosque grew brighter as the mosque was decorated with lights and the love of the people.