With one of the largest kitchens in Asia, the Shri Saibaba temple in Shirdi, India, prepares, cooks and serves quantities of food that are nearly unimaginable. The kitchen dishes out as many as 40,000 meals per day, every day, all year long. It takes 600 people working in two daily shifts to prepare all this food. Yet despite all the effort, meals are free to the public. Why? The temple believes that those who are hungry deserve to be fed, and those who are thirsty deserve to be given a drink.
Watch the video then answer the questions below...
When was the temple built?
a) in 2010
b) in 2008
c) in 2001
How many people work in the kitchen hall everyday?
What make up their daily meal?
a) green vegetables and beans
b) bread and rice
c) all of the above
How many tons of bread are made everyday?
a) 2 tons
b) 3.3 tons
c) half a ton
At least how many people are fed everyday?
Questions for discussion [can YOU think of any more?]:
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