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Food Donation at a Gurudwara

Food Donation at a Gurudwara

Sikhism has always championed the cause of donation and seva. The very fundamental belief is to give back to the society and uplift those who are in need. Plus, seva is a way of becoming ‘one’ in front of the lord supreme – no one is rich or poor or needy. It is considered noble to serve in Langars at Gurudwaras. It is a noble cause that earns us blessings and boons equal 100 good deeds. Therefore, Astrospeak brings you the opportunity to offer Annadaan at a Gurudwara where the needy will be fed good food on your behalf.

Once you place an order for your choice of food donation service (choice of city, institution, food choices etc.), we will share an email with the date and time of donation as well as a link through which you can view the process virtually in real time. 


Food Items:
Choley bhature Kari chawal Rajma chawal Choley chawal Pulao & rayta Aalo puri Fruits Juices Meethe chawal
Once you place an order for your choice of food donation service (choice of city, institution, food choices etc.), we will share an email with the date and time of donation as well as a link through which you can view the process virtually in real time.
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Food Donation at a Gurudwara

Sikhism has always championed the cause of spirit of charity and seva. They believe that they don’t only offer food, they do it with love, compassion and kindness.

Food donation gives to you:

  • When you offer food to the poor, there is a sense of satisfaction and a positive shift to your self-worth.
  • It generates good values in your kids – if they see you helping others, they are more likely to adopt a charitable mindset.
  • Life is based on Law of Karma – If you do something good for others, it eventually will come back to you. Therefore, whenever you contribute to someone’s happiness, it will come back to you.

Food donation offers to the needy:

  • A fulfilling meal – nutritious and delicious, also the feeling of oneness with all.
  • Just like in the eyes of Babaji, everyone eating at the Langar is equal.
  • By eating at the Gurdwara, one learns the importance of food and how not to waste it.

How is your money spent?

85% Goes to the food donation initiative
15% Goes to the cloth donation initiative

Our Network In India

Our strong network has breadth and depth across the whole country, allowing us to serve umpteen poor and needy. Covering all the major states and numerous cities across India, we are trying to bring a difference in lives of poor.

When you book a service through us, we give you an option of choosing the city, time and the kind of food you want to offer.

Join us: Together, we can shrink the country to serve humanity in a better way!