This time the feeding has been organized in one of the densest and most compact areas, with crumbling walls a common sight. The pots and all the cooking is being done in a space 4ft by 4ft in front of a ramshackle house, and the children are being fed along each side of the narrow laneways.
Local women and older girls prepare the puri and there is a noisy camaraderie amongst those gathered. They share stories, hardships and triumphs with friends and strangers alike, laughing, listening and occasionally silent in their introspection.
When the food is ready, children appear from everywhere and soon there is a joyful atmosphere as the children sit and enjoy the food. They are lined up along the edges of the narrow alleys as well as in one open area joyfully eating with smiles for their servers and each other. There are 3 full rounds of children served, with around 175 fed in total.