In 1481, a selfless tradition of serving free hot meals was started by Guru Nanak (the first guru of Sikh People) at the Golden Temple in Amritsar. No matter which religion you belong to and on whom you put your faith, this meal is available to all.
These meals at gurudwaras are known as langars. They are prepared with the help of thousands of volunteers. Though all gurudwaras serve free langars on Sundays but there is something special about Golden Temple.
People drool while talking about the food they had at Golden Temple as it’s always delicious. Approximately 40 thousand people are served food every day. However, the number reaches 1,00,000 on religious holidays. This makes it the largest community kitchen of the world.
The food served here is considered holy as well as delicious. Nobody has ever complained about any hygiene issues. It’s one of those things that can happen only in India.