The two important features of a Gurwara are Sangat (congregation) and Pangat (community Kitchen, also known as Guru Ka Langar). This community kitchen is meant for providing food to all devotees, pilgrims and visitors. It is a symbol of equality, fraternity and brotherhood. It is here that the high and the low, the rich and the poor, the learned and the illiterate, the kings and the paupers, all share the same food sitting together in one row.
This kitchen is run by the common contributions of the Sikhs. The institution of Langar (common kitchen) is instrumental in creating social equality among mankind.
Today, Langar is available daily to anyone and everyone at their local Gurdwara. All are welcome!