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Chefs prepare rice using the steam generated by the solar panels (on the roof) in the kitchen of the Sai Prasadalaya in Shirdi, Maharashtra, India. The prasadalaya at the Shirdi Sai Baba Shrine is powered by a large array of concave mirrors that transform sunlight to energy to create hot water and steam for the cooking process. The Prasadalaya feeds an approximate number of 30000 Sai Baba devotees as a Prasad (holy meal) every day. Free Prasad meals are served to all the devotees. An approximate number of 1000 devotees are served everyday with this facility. Expenses for a plate of Prasad meal  is around Rs. 15/- but the Saibaba Sansthan provides prasad meals to all Sai devotees to Rs. 6/- only. Photograph: Sanjit Das
Chefs prepare rice using the steam generated by the solar panels (on the roof) in the kitchen of the Sai Prasadalaya in Shirdi, Maharashtra, India. The prasadalaya at the Shirdi Sai Baba Shrine is powered by a large array of concave mirrors that transform sunlight to energy to create hot water and steam for the cooking process. The Prasadalaya feeds an approximate number of 30000 Sai Baba devotees as a Prasad (holy meal) every day. Free Prasad meals are served to all the devotees. An...
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