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Sikh kitchens feed New Delhi's masses in virus lockdown
by Emily Schmall
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21 May 2020
On 21 May 2020 The Associated Press reported:
For centuries the faithful have flocked to [a golden-domed temple in the center of India's capital city] for its healing waters and a free meal at the community kitchen, the symbol of equality found at every Sikh temple complex and open to all visitors. During India's ongoing lockdown Bangla Sahib has kept its kitchen open, with the help of about four dozen men who sleep at the temple's guesthouse.
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Bangla Sahib is the largest of New Delhi's 10 gurdwaras, whose kitchens together form a vital part of the city's strategy to feed the poor during the pandemic.
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