Gurudwara in Australia serves langar to exhausted firefighters [PHOTOS]

Gurudwara in Australia serves langar to exhausted firefighters [PHOTOS]
Gurudwara in Australia serves langar to exhausted firefighters [PHOTOS]

When it comes to the service, Sikh community has always taken stand for the humanity. The special community kitchens called Langar, initiated by Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji with just Rs 20, that have now become an integral part of Sikh identity worldwide. Meanwhile, there’s a gurudwara, that served langar to firefighters battling bushfires in Australia, earlier this week. Likewise, that this action of the Sikh community is winning the hearts of people across the world.

On Tuesday, the volunteers of Hornsby Rural Fire Brigade finished dousing a fire in South Turramurra in Sydney. They were visited by the members of the Sri Guru Nanak Sikh Temple, Turramurra.

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The Sikh community served meal to the tired and hungry firefighters to express their gratitudes. Meanwhile, Hornsby Rural Fire Brigade thanked Guru Nanak Gurdwara Turramurra Sikh Temple for the service.

In a facebook post, Hornsby Rural Fire Brigade wrote: “A huge thanks to the Guru Nanak Gurudwara Turramurra Sikh Temple Sydney for providing meals to our hungry firefighters!! Pictured here are the crews from Hornsby 1 and Hornsby 7 enjoying their meals after bringing the Canoon Road fire under control.”

-PTC News