Kitchen of the Golden Temple

The Golden Temple in India feeds a vegetarian meal to over 100,000 people a day regardless of race, religion and class

 

Kitchen of the Golden Temple


The Golden Temple in India feeds a vegetarian meal to over 100,000 people a day regardless of race, religion and class

Narrated by:   Arnab Datta (3:16)
Produced by:  Abby Callard

The holiest place in the Sikh religion is the Golden Temple, located in the Northern Indian city of Amritsar. Sikhism was founded in the 15th century and is the 5 largest religion in the world. Community kitchens are a feature in all Sikh temples, the kitchen at the Golden Temple is the largest and feeds more than 40,000 people on a daily basis. On weekends and religious holidays, that number can jump to more than 100,000. [For the rest of this narration, click on the video above.]   

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Editor's note: This article was originally published on Dec. 7th 2015

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