At the Golden Temple there are volunteers of all ages who help how they can to ensure the service to the community. Here we are inside the Chapati factory and a very young girl is helping to spread the butter on the chapatis
Two kids inside the room of the Golden Temple where is the "chapati machine" (one of the few in the world). This machine produces this type of bread very famous in India. Thousands and thousands of chapatis ready to be served continuously. The machine can cook up to 20kg of flour in a single half hour.
In the past turbans were wore like helmets, for protection during the war. Nowadays, especially in certain states such as Punjab, these are seen more like normal clothes, and are shaped in many different ways and colors.
Characters around the Golden Temple. The Baba is a famous character in the Indian culture. Literally the word Baba means father, but is used as a title for older men who play the role of wise men, giving up the pleasures more materials and devoting themselves to a life of spirituality.
In Amritsar there is the famous Golden Temple, a holy place, crucial for the Sikh religion. Thousands of visitors come here every week from all over India... not only for the sacredness and the beauty of the place, but also for the incredible and admirable work that is behind this, for the past 400 years.
One of the many women that work at the construction of a building... in this case caught during a short break.. but often they are the ones who work harder.