Swapping the food bank for a temple
Hundreds of thousands of free, hot meals will be served up at Sikh temples across the UK this week, as part of a tradition known as Langar.
It is a 500-year old system in which food is distributed to those who want it, as a way of promoting equality.
It seems many people are now preferring to go to a local temple for a hot meal than use a food bank.
BBC Asian Network's Shabnam Mahmood reports.
02 Nov 2014
- From the section UK