Ramadan 2020 is not going to be like any Ramadan in my memory. The global spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) has ushered in the era of social distancing, which means places of worship are closed and large gatherings are forbidden. This Ramadan, nights of taraweeh in congregation at the mosque will be replaced with solitary prayers at home. Weekends when I would have dressed up in glamorous Pakistani shalwar kurtas like Princess Jasmine to attend iftar parties will instead be spent in mismatched pajamas cooking and cleaning like Cinderella (before she became royalty). And plans to stick to a strictly healthy diet are probably going out the window because deep fried food like samosas and egg rolls will be a much-needed comfort during this uncertain climate.