Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, October 8
A video of volunteer distributing buttermilk (lassi) at a Gurdwara with a help of a creative device has gone viral.
The video was shared on the microblogging website under the username Amit Agarwal.
It was originally sourced from another user Vikram Kalra.
“A unique way of serving lassi/butter milk in a Langarkhanaof a Gurudwara. They have used the cycle handle and brakes to serve lassi,” was the text mentioned with the video.
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The clip shows devotees sitting together and eating food from the Gurdwara’s community kitchen, which is also known as ‘Langar’.
While the devotees eat, a young volunteer poured in buttermilk (lassi) into their empty katoris.
The device was a steel drum attached to a cart with wheels.
A tap was attached to the drum which was operated with the help of two-cycle brakes.
He moved from one person to another, pouring buttermilk with minimal effort. He applied breaks if and when needed, and kept a distance from the devotees too.
The video went viral on Twitter garnering over 48k views and counting.
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