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  • The Indian side.

  • So proud of their moustache

  • An Indian showing his prowess

  • Entertainment within the temple compound

  • Playing cards by the street

  • Car free street

  • Peace be with you. 2nd from left has lost both hands in an electrical accident

  • Head above all. Was I in the midst?

  • Lucky cow roaming the street

  • Keio - Japanese Spitz

  • No such bike here anymore

  • A temple entrence

  • Nice moustache

  • A school outing to the Golden Temple

  • Cow free day

  • Milkman

  • Milk is readily available at every corner of the street. Apparently shops don't carry. Not sure whether is it cold

  • Making a beeline to the Temple

  • Long long queue

  • Milkmen

  • It was cold that night and nothing can stopped them from having a dip.

  • Masala tea - a household tea drank anywhere, anytime by the Indians

  • The ceremony takes place at 5am and 9.30pm in winter, and 4am and 10.30pm in summer, everyday rain or shine, where the holy book is installed in the temple every morning and returned at night to the Akal Takhat,

  • Nice ice cream

  • Volunteers help out oiling the chapati in the Langar. Langer (or free kitchen) in the Golden Temple provides free food to all people regardless of religion, caste, colour or gender to eliminate extreme poverty, and to show sign of a sharing community and inclusiveness.

  • This the limit as far as I went before the temple. Nothing can stop us from entering this narrow walkway before reaching the shrine but the long beeline was just too long. You will likely get a few minutes within the sanctum before you are gently urged to exit and make way for other devotees. Better not waste time!

  • Street vendor

  • Car free street

  • It is forbidden to feed the fishes

  • Newspaper vendor

  • By dust

  • Good street boys

  • Kind milkman gives out milk to stray dogs.

  • Cold night

  • Outside the temple compound

  • Surprising a normal size tutu like this one can carry 9 adults, excluding the driver and still climbs reasonably well.

  • The holy book was placed and carried in a (don't know what your call) and is installed in the temple every morning and returned at night to the Akal Takhat

  • Cow dung

  • Car free street

  • So proud of my moustache

  • Entertainment within the temple compound

  • Recent Photo

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