We arrived and were taken to a room where those without head cover were given a bright orange head scarf. Men and women. Everyone had to be barefoot, no socks or anything on one's feet. Sikhs believe in only ONE Deity, but welcome anyone to their temple. Inside the temple one cannot take photos, but there is much gold, chanting/singing 24/7 which never ends. Also a Sikh is placed by the holy book 24/7 using a big feathered fan to keep flies or anything from the holy scripture. We observed and listened for a bit and then walked to the immense dining room. As I said before, ANYONE can eat at anytime as they serve food for 12 hours every day. Many people, even Hindus, Christians, and others volunteer to cook and clean. If you show up, they will find a job for you. It is common on India to make a gift of grain or lentil bags when one has a birthday or graduation. Our guide is Hindu, but he takes his young son to "work" a few times a year. He said his boy loves the service. Sikhs never beg,believing that each person no matter what their situation is, can offer help for their food, even singing or opening a door can be helpful.
Anyway, for me, it was the highlight of the day and We went back to the hotel for our last night feeling very thankful for everything. Wake up call at 4:00AM for an early morning train trip to Rahjastan. Goodnight!