India’s Golden Temple Feeds 100,000 People Every Day (Video)
In the heart of Amritsar, India, stands a radiant sanctuary that draws countless visitors from across the globe. The Harmandir Sahib, renowned as the Golden Temple, holds a pivotal role in the Sikh faith as the primary place of worship. This architectural marvel, established in 1574, stands not just as a symbol of divine reverence but also of unity, welcoming individuals from all walks of life. Adorned with a gilded exterior, the temple gracefully mirrors the sun's rays.
An exceptional facet of this sanctum is the langar, the communal kitchen. Within its bustling confines, over 100,000 nourishing meals are served daily, an extraordinary display of Sikh generosity. Whether one's pilgrimage is born from spirituality or curiosity, the Golden Temple's legacy, its fusion of history, artistry, and benevolence, leaves an indelible mark on all who cross its threshold.
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Top image: Sri Harmandir Sahib golden temple, Punjab, India. Source: jura_taranik / Adobe Stock.