A sumptuous Iftar treat for employees
Ramadan is the month of fasting, prayers, reflection, and community observed by Muslims around the world. Fasting is one of the main rituals during Ramadan, consumption of food and drink during the day and between sunrise and sunset is generally prohibited during this time.Traditionally, people who fast during Ramadan break their fast at sunset with 3 dates followed by a delicious platter of food.
At PromptTech, we respect the beliefs of our employees and encourage the practice of secularism within our organisation. The PromptTech Dubai office hosted a lavish iftar party for all workers as a way of extending our best wishes for Ramadan. Also, a small iftar treat was distributed among employees at our Global Delivery Hub in Technopark, Trivandrum. The entire office relished the treat and exchanged warm Ramadan wishes with each other.
The fun filled Vishu celebration
The spring festival of Vishu brings with it hope for a prosperous new beginning. It is widely celebrated by Hindus of Kerala with grand festivities and delicious servings. The two most important traditions of Vishu are the Vishukani and the Vishu Sadhya/banquet. Vishukani refers to the ritualistic offerings for the upcoming year, the sight of which is believed to bring prosperity and abundance in the coming year. Vishu Sadhya is a traditional lunch served on a banana leaf.
PromptTech’s Indian office organised a fun day for its employees on this auspicious day. Both men and women were requested to arrive at work in the traditional Kerala attire. In the evening, nostalgic fun activities were organised that reminded the crowd of their childhood. The games ranged from lemon and spoon race to a three-legged race. The power-packed, energetic event thus came to an end, and kind wishes from coworkers filled the hearts of each employee.
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