Many people doing voluntary service ('sewa') in Golden TempleDuring my visit to the Golden Temple, I was astonished to find that innumerable number of people are doing voluntary service ('sewa') in the Temple complex. Some people are keeping shoes of the devotees. Some are serving tea, some are cooking, some people are chopping vegetables. Many devotees are cleaning huge number of utensils. Many people are serving food at 'Guru da Langar'. Earlier also I have seen many people are doing 'sewa' in various Gurdwaras. They include both Sikhs and Hindus. I have visited various temples all over India, but I have not seen so many people doing voluntary service in any other temple.
I would like to know from other Members whether there is system of voluntary service in any other temple of India, or not. If yes, then how many people do voluntary community service in those temples.