A Biryani Paradise in London has been set up by Muslim students who say it is the perfect way to end their night after they’ve eaten all the ketchup, mustard and vinegar.
The students, who have been sharing the Paradise with other students on Facebook, said the Paradise was a perfect way for the evening to end and they hope others can join in the cause.
The Paradise has been created by students from the Islamic College in London, who were inspired by a friend’s wish to meet up with other Muslim students.
The group of students were inspired to create the Paradise after hearing that other Muslims in the city had been sharing their wish to enjoy a Biryan and a drink after a night of drinking and dancing.
It is a true blessing that these students are sharing this paradise, said Naeem Khan, a member of the Islamic community.
He said they had been inspired to make it by the words of another Muslim student who wanted to share their Paradise with the students in London.
Naeems friends are currently in the Paradise and are enjoying it as a special night of sharing.
I don’t think I’ve ever had a B-day like this, said Najma, who was visiting London with her friends from Pakistan.
She said it was the perfect end to the night after a party, and the students are enjoying the Paradise as a unique opportunity to meet other Muslims who shared their wish.
My friends are enjoying this Paradise, said Khalil, who is a student at the Islamic school in London and is also a member.
I have never felt more happy than I did today, he said.
The Paradise is located at the entrance of London’s B-market, and there are tables and chairs set up in the street.
A few of the students who are currently at the Paradise said they were happy to meet new friends.
They said they would be happy to see if others could join them in the paradise, but that it was not their goal to make the Paradise into a place for Muslims to share alcohol, food or anything else.
We have been planning this for a long time, said Shafique, a student from Pakistan, who also happens to be a member at the Muslim community in London’s area.
We just want to share this, and have fun.
“We want to help Muslims and we want to have a happy B-Day and share our celebration with all of you.
But we don’t want to take it too seriously,” he added.
After a night out on the town with friends, the Paradise is packed with Muslim students, with some sharing a few cups of ketchup and a few glasses of water to enjoy the festivities.
Shafique said that they wanted to bring the idea of sharing a Biyani Paradise to the Muslim world and spread it as far as possible.
“It is not only for Muslims, but everyone,” he said, adding that the students wanted to spread the idea that Biyas can be enjoyed by everyone regardless of faith.
This is an amazing opportunity to spread Biyan to the whole world, said Khan, who shared her Paradise with friends.
This is just a great chance for all of us to celebrate together, she said.
“We are very happy with the Paradise, we are happy to share it with all who wish to come and experience Biyans and enjoy it together,” said Shafiq.
Naeem, who has been staying at the Biyai Paradise, says she hopes the idea spreads and that people all over the world will have the opportunity to share a Bibi Paradise.
“I have a Babi Paradise and a Bibyani Paradise,” she said, referring to the traditional two-piece garments worn by Muslims.
“I hope that we can share our Biyano with all Muslims in this world.”