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:

Mary Kirkland said...

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

Unknown said...

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

Paulina Mo, lilbitsofchic.com said...

cool fact!

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Huggybear said...

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

Bob Bushell said...

I love it, feeding thousands.

DEZMOND said...

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

Karen Baldwin said...

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

Pat Hatt said...

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

Dascha said...

That looks so great. Wow!

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Martha said...

That is wonderful!

stephen Hayes said...

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

Christine said...

Wow this is great.

bj said...

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

Huggybear said...

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

Linda said...

This is a wonderful thing!

Villyne said...

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