Serving to Thousands in a Day in India’s Mega Kitchens

India is famous not only because of his culture and tradition but also for his delicious food. Dine in the India’s Mega Kitchen where thousands of people dine in a single day. You never imagine the capacity of food prepared in these kitchen’s. The unique thing is that they served food with no cost.

  1. Golden Temple, Amritsar
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The mega kitchen of Golden Temple is recognized as the World’s Largest Kitchen. Serving food to the 1,00,000 people everyday with the making capacity of 2,00,000 roti’s (indian bread) and 1.5 tonnes of dal (lentils). The belief of temple management is that nobody will return from here hungry.

  1. Sri Sai Sansthan Prasadalaya, Shirdi
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Being the largest solar power kitchens in India, served 40,000 meals in a single day. Prasadalaya are open from 10 AM to 10 PM.

  1. Indian Railways onboard Catering
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Indian Railways Catering partner IRCTC serving food to the 6,oo,ooo people in a single day with the unbelievable making capacity of 1500 Paratha’s every hour which makes it as one of the largest kitchen of India.

  1. Akshaya Patra
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A ISCKON foundation Akshaya Patra is the World’s largest mid day meal program. They prepared food for 1.8 million children from 19,039 schools across 12 states & 2 Union territories of India. The Akshaya Patra is having more than 20 center’s in India.

  1. Rosaghara Jagannath Temple, Puri
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Preparing food to the 1,00,000 people in a single day on the Jagannath Puri festival. It is believed that Goddess Mahalaxmi itself cook in the kitchen.

  1. Dharamsthala Manjunath, Karnataka
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One of the most visited temple in Karnataka dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple serving food to the 50,000 people in a single day with the help of energy efficient kitchen which is using cow dung as a fuel.

  1. TajSATS
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It is an airline catering kitchen serving in airlines of Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Amritsar, Goa and Bangalore serving 1,00,000 people in a day.

1 Comments on “Serving to Thousands in a Day in India’s Mega Kitchens”

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