Important Notice : We have received information that many many fake organizations in the same name of NCRIB are active in the country. The member of those fake organizations are being misled by the name of NCRIB. You are requested to avoid such misleading people and organizations and if any person tells himself as an official of NCRIB, then first of all check his verification by going to the officer verification on our website from his UID and registered mobile number. If you become a victim of any type of fraud by an unauthorized person then NCRIB headquarters will not be responsible.
Food Distribution Relief “Langar Sewa” or “'an almshouse”
“Since childhood, we have been taught to serve humanity even at the cost of our lives. Be it any kind of tragedy –natural disasters or the Coronavirus pandemic, we have always try to serve the people with love and will continue to do so. We are launching “Langar Sewa” weekly and monthly in Indian Territory, we also have plan to serve across the world, once our team shall be developed in respective region we will definitely serve to society and community without any delay. An animated story illustrates Guru Nanak’s beliefs about the importance of sharing for the right reasons. Students could retell the story about Guru Nanak and the chapattis, and discuss why Guru Nanak refused the rich man’s feast.
Our programme includes:
Identify the area of poor and needy persons
Create campaign & awareness before serve
Use Hygienic raw material and vegitable
Simple, Nourishing And Nutritious foods
Meals usually consist of Rotis (Bread), Rice, Daal (Lentils) Razma, Grams, semolina, A Vegetable Dish, And Kheer (Dessert).
Serve minimum 200 Meals in one time at one place.
Cooks are appoint on wages, and cooking vessels will be use on hire.
Raw material, vegetables and spices are brought from the local vendor.
Volunteer or members or sewadar or paid worker shall be engage by local area.
Under this head we have two kinds of food distribution programme
The foundation community kitchen, which serves meals to all free of charge, regardless of religion, caste, gender, economic status, or ethnicity. People sit on the floor and eat together, and the kitchen is maintained and serviced by NCRIB community, volunteers. The meals served at a langar are always vegetarian. The concept of Langar is to provide everyone in need of food, irrespective of their caste, class, religion and gender, is always welcome as the guest. The roots of such community kitchen and volunteer-run charitable feeding is very old in Indian tradition; for example – Hindu temples of the Gupta Empire era had attached kitchen and almshouse called dharma-shala or dharma-sattra to feed the travelers and poor for free, or whatever donation they may leave. These community kitchens and rest houses are evidenced in epigraphical evidence, and in some cases referred to as satram (for example, Annasya Satram), choultry, or chathram in parts of India. In fact, Sikh historian Kapur Singh refers Langar as an Aryan institution. And the foundation try to keep it up for the society.