Sikh body proposes water recycling at Golden Temple

Category : Punjab News
Updated On : June 18, 2019 01:52 AM
By Indian Times Daily

Sparing a thought towards the alarming depletion of groundwater, a Sikh organisation has proposed to the SGPC a methodology to reuse the water discharged during ablution at the Golden Temple.

Christened as the Guru Nanak Dev Jee Gurpurb Committee, the organisation has offered the ‘service’ to install a water-recharge mechanism near the ‘charan ganga’ (small pool of water where devotees wash their feet before entering) at all four entrances of the Golden Temple.

Organisation member GS Bedi said a methodology had been designed to recycle the water which constantly flew into the small pool that was meant to wash the devotees’ feet in gurdwaras but eventually got wasted. He said with the mechanism, the water could be recycled and put to better use in washrooms, watering plants, washing vehicles and other purposes.

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