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Meet creators observing Ramadan with their content

Learn how seven creators around the world are observing Ramadan with their content.

More than two billion people around the world come together in a pursuit of spiritual reflection, self-improvement and heightened devotion and worship during the Ramadan season — and as the holiday comes to a close, we've been noticing creators from our Shorts Communities who have been creating content and adapting their channels this past month. So we looked to seven creators to share how this holy season has inspired them in their content, and how they share a part of themselves to give back to their community.

Adeel Chaudhry (Pakistan)

Adeel is a famous creator and restaurateur who also indulges in creating delectable recipes himself. This Ramadan, Adeel also shared some recipes that his mother passed onto him and let the viewers in on the family secret. Watching Adeel's amazing food reviews and creative recipes made all of us fall in love with the Pakistani food scene.

Hamza Bhatti (Pakistan)

Hamza takes viewers on a culinary adventure, showcasing the best food spots in various cities around Pakistan. This Ramadan, from mouth-watering street food to lavish restaurant dishes, Hamza's content offers a tantalizing glimpse into the diverse flavors and traditions of Pakistani cuisine. The content's aesthetics make it as much a feast for the eyes as it is for the taste buds.

heyogi (Indonesia)

Yogi’s channel is about funny videos, often about everyday life in Indonesia. With his casual and, sometimes self-deprecating humor, he makes fun of the common things that happened during Ramadan month. For example, the time when getting caught breaking the fast before iftar time or the “war” between Moslem & non-Muslem to get the best of Iftar food (takjil). He also highlights some Eid moments, like the custom for Indonesian people to give children money called “salam tempel” to congratulate those who succeeded to fast the whole month.

Kartal Gökberk (Türkiye)

The popular food blogger and YouTuber, is using the month of Ramadan as an opportunity to explore and share different Iftar menus from restaurants and try out new recipes for Iftar. In addition to his restaurant visits, Gokberk also cooked up some of his own Iftar recipes at home this Ramadan.

Olivia Valent (Indonesia)

Enter the creative mind of Olivia Valent who shares a variety of content on her channel, from arts & crafts, food, game, and many more. This Ramadan, Olivia shared a tutorial for a Ramadan-themed painting and even took Ramadan-themed painting challenges from her viewers.

Shemo_Family (Egypt)

During the holy month of Ramadan, Shemo Family decided to put a unique twist on their content by creating humorous videos about the challenges and joys of fasting and celebrating Ramadan. The family's Ramadan-themed videos have been a hit with their followers, with many viewers appreciating their lighthearted and relatable approach to the topic.

Yemek Vadisi (Türkiye)

Yemek Vadisi's ‘Iftar and Suhoor Delights’ video series is a treasure trove of culinary inspiration, offering viewers a chance to learn, explore, and enjoy the flavors of Ramadan. Her passion for cooking and her ability to present complex recipes in a simple and engaging manner make her videos a must-watch for food enthusiasts and home cooks alike.