Through the the alleys of the downtown, A little girl plays with her bicycle among the cows that are relaxing or eating around the streets of the city. This a normal scene of indian kids daily life.
Here we are in Allapey, where kids used to travel everyday on the boat through the canals to go to school.
A glimpse of this sacred place for the Sikh religion. At the entrance a man bows in front of the sacredness of the Golden Temple, a sign of faith and respect. Place visited by thousands of tourists, Indians and foreigners, every day of the year. As sign of respect every person who comes here, believer or not, man or woman, young or old, must cover the head with a turban or a bandana.
For the believers of the Sikh religion, the Golden Temple is maybe the most sacred place, home of the Guru number 1 of this religion (there are 10). Once in front of the temple, they must pray and bow down with their head touching the floor. Ar= ritual and procedure conducted by every believer of this religion.
Here we are always at the Golden Temple and precisely there where all the service was created: the kitchen. The Sikh term to describe this place is Langar: kitchen that provides free food (vegetarian) to all visitors. This is also known as the largest free kitchen in the world... a title certainly admirable.
A group of women who peels garlic. The number of volunteers working at the Golden Temple exceeds the daily hundred.