Sunday, December 13, 2015

Fact of the Day: Sikh Kindness

The Harmandir Sahib (also known as The Golden Temple) is the holiest place of worship in the religion of Sikhism which is located in India. The temple has a large notable community kitchen that feeds thousands of poor people regardless of race, creed, and even religion.  

16 comments:

  1. That's wonderful. More people and places should do that.

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  2. Would love to get its miniature and paint it gold tbh fam.

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  3. Has an interesting history - even what might be called recent, 30 years ago - Indira Gandhi (1984).
    It is on "the must see" tourist list for visitors to India.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harmandir_Sahib
    Well done, Adam
    B J Hunnicut aka Colin

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  4. that is so nice of them... too bad India has hundreds of millions of poor not thousands :(

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  5. Beautiful! And heart warming to see a religion reach out.

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  6. A great thing for them to do indeed, helping out who they can.

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  7. That looks so great. Wow!

    xoxo
    www.its-dash.com

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  8. I was disappointed on our trip to India that we weren't able to see this.

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  9. India is the last place I would choose to visit. This is a beautiful temple, however.

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  10. Praise the Lord etc.
    The people of the "Sub-Continent" have been spared a visit.
    Hopefully Australia is on a no-visit list also.
    B J Hunnicut aka Colin

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  11. I don't know much about them, but I've always heard good things about Sikhs

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