Top 10 India’s Mega Kitchens From National Geographic

India’s Mega Kitchen on National Geographic Channel is one of the most popular TV Show Episode. So far we have listed India’s 7 Mega Kitchens food factory and National Geographic Channel is all set to launches a brand new season of India’s Mega Kitchens.

Dharmasthala in Karnataka

Dharmasthala Manjunatha Temple of Dharmasthala is the most unique temple in India, dedicated to Lord Shiva but the priests are Vaishnava and the temple administration is run by Jain Heggade family. The temple town of Dharmasthala is famous for Bhagavan Baahubali statute and the temple host one of the India’s Mega Kitchens, feeds almost 50,000 people every day.

Shirdi in Maharashtra


Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust of Shirdi in Maharashtra has three mega kitchen halls and known to one of the largest solar kitchens in India. The mega kitchen of Shirdi in Maharashtra prepare 40,000 meals every single day along with breakfast packets.

Taj Sats in Delhi

Taj Sats Air Catering Limited in Delhi is a joint venture of the Indian Taj Hotels and Singapore Airport Terminal Services. The Catering Services provides flight catering to Chennai, Kolkata, Amritsar,Mumbai and Delhi.

IRCTC Kitchen in Noida

The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation or simply IRCTC has its central kitchen in Noida and listed as one of the largest kitchens of India. IRCTC kitchen is one of its kind ultra modern Food Factory in India.

Akshaya Patra in Hubli

Akshaya Patra Foundation of Hubli is a non-profit organization and the mega kitchen of Akshaya patra provides Mid-day meal to 1.5 million children in India every day by its school lunch program.


Golden Temple in Amritsar

The Golden Temple of Amritsar in Punjab is a Sikh gurdwara,feeds a vegetarian meal to over 100,000 people a day. At Guru Ka Langar of Golden Temple in Amritsar has the largest free kitchen in the world.

Jagannath Temple in Puri

Mahaprasad at Jagannath Temple of Puri has daily food offerings of 56 different food items. The most popular Naivedhya contains the maximum number of food items offered to Lord Jagannath and his sibling deities during the six particular times every day.

Hola Mahalla MegaKitchen


Hola Mahalla is the most popular Sikh festival falls in March month held at Anandpur Sahib in the state of Punjab. The Hola Mahalla Mega Kitchen serves 100,000 people during the festival and listed as one of the largest travelling kitchens of India.

ISKON Yatra Kitchen

ISKON temple kitchen has been added in the latest edition of India’s mega kitchens in National Geographic channel. ISKON kitchen offers food to a large number of people, Especially during the Krishna Janmashtami festival. Will be Adding more and more in from the series of India’s Mega Kitchens.

Kalinga Institute Kitchen Bhubaneswar

Kalinga Institute of Bhubaneswar is the world’s largest tribal school, provides accommodation and study both along with healthcare food to 25,000 on daily basis. Mega Kitchen of Kalinga Institute is located in Bhubaneswar and recently included in the India’s Mega Kitchens serial episode On National Geographic.


Lijjat Papad Kitchen


Lijjat Papad is known as Shri Mahila Griha Udyog Lijjat Papad has 81 branches and has an annual turnover of around Rs. 6.50 billion. The organisation’s recently featured in India’s Mega Kitchen National Geographic Channel episode on July 3 Monday at 9 PM.

Kalachakra at Bodhgaya 2017

Kalachakra means time cycles in Vajrayana Buddhism, The teaching and practice session held at Amaravathi,Leh town of Jammu and Kashmir and in Bodh Gaya with large public audiences. The 34rd Kalachakra ceremony held at Bodh Gaya in January 2017 with 150,000 devotees plus tourist.


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