|State Location||Type of kitchen||Year of Establishment||Number of Children||Number of Schools|
|Jaipur||Centralised Kitchen||Febuary 2004||92,763||1,081|
|Baran||Decentralised Kitchen||April 2005||11,456||166|
|Nathdwara||Centralised Kitchen||June 2006||25,274||435|
|Jodhpur||Centralised Kitchen||August 2013||6,417||148|
The mid day meal in Rajasthan is served through Akshaya Patra's kitchens at Jaipur (established in 2004), Baran (established in 2005), Nathdwara (established in 2006) and Jodhpur (established in 2013). The Foundation feeds 135,910 children across 1,830 schools through these kitchens. The Jaipur, Nathdwara and Rajasthan kitchens are highly mechanised, efficient, centralised kitchens whereas the Baran kitchen follows the decentralised format catering to the students in the remote areas of the region. The mid day meal menu in Rajasthan’s kitchens include rice, roti (Indian flatbread), dal (lentils curry), pulao (rice based dish cooked in a seasoned broth) and vegetable dishes.