Dozens of male and female santri (Islamic school students) throng the terrace of the Baitul Mustofa Islamic boarding school mosque while waiting for maghrib (dusk) call to prayers, which also signals the end of the fast.
The pesantren (Islamic boarding school) teachers prepare decent meals for their students, who immediately enjoy the meal the minute they hear the call.
After that, the students perform tarawih (extra prayers that Muslims perform at night during the month of Ramadhan).
Later on, the santri walk to the nearest field carrying the Quran, oil lamps and small tables. They sit in the field and recite the Quran together in a ceremony called tadarus. Muslims celebrate Nuzulul Quran every year to celebrate the night when the Quran was sent down to Prophet Muhammad for the first time, precisely at Lailatul Qadr (glory night). [yan]