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Facets of Divine Construction - Canteens
by Col. S.K. Bose (Rtd.) Trust Engineer
South Indian Food Canteen: The two-storied canteen caters 2,000 people at a time; it covers a total built up area of 2,000 m2. A central kitchen caters to the four dining halls and each of the dining halls caters to 500 people. The building was built and occupied within a matter of 5 months.
North Indian Food Canteen: Consisting of two octagonal dining halls, the kitchen of the North Indian Canteen is located at the rear of the building. The canteen caters to 500 people, 250 people in each hall. Two decorative helical stairways lead to the first floor conference hall. The total built-up area of the building is 3,000 m2.
In addition to the South and North Indian Canteens there is one catering to the tastes of the Western devotees.