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A chef is seen preparing meals in the kitchen of the Sai Prasadalaya in Shirdi, Maharashtra, India. 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. 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. Photograph: Sanjit Das
A chef is seen preparing meals in the kitchen of the Sai Prasadalaya in Shirdi, Maharashtra, India. 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. The prasadalaya at the...
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