Relief Panels, Murtis and Elephants Here is a short Art Progress Report video on what is almost completed, and some things that are currently being worked on here at the TOVP. Please have a look and you will find some of the things very interesting and inspiring, and quite impressive as well.
Thu, December 19, 2019 by Vilasini Devi Dasi
Chandelier Model of the Universe Architecture lies where science and spirituality meet. This nexus endures the aesthetic impressions coupled with functional propositions. Our unprecedented chandelier has taken the entire team on a beautiful journey, which has finally arrived at the brink of reality. Special gratitude to Antardwip Prabhu who has consistently poured his heart, talent,
The TOVP Architecture Department has produced this second inspirational video in an effort to express their profound appreciation for the magnificent project which they are dedicated to, and to celebrate the devotees who work together on this creative and innovative team.
Jaya and Vijaya are the celebrated gatekeepers of Vaikuntha, and in most major Vishnu temples their murtis are found guarding the temple entranceway. The TOVP will also have their murtis placed at its entranceway. Here is a clip we shot in the honor of moving Jaya to his rightful place. This is a very celebratory
Tagged under: Jaya and Vijaya
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Progress is being made on Prabhupada’s Bridge which connects the back of the TOVP with the Long Building behind it. This bridge will provide easy access to the TOVP for Pujaris and other devotees directly serving the TOVP. Jagadananda Prabhu has just completed aligning the cast iron fence on Prabhupada’s Bridge. Now that that’s completed,
Tagged under: A ponte de Prabhupada
Thu, December 05, 2019 by Vilasini Devi Dasi
A Visit to Mayapur by Ambarisa Prabhu Ambarisa Prabhu’s visit to Mayapur in October, 2019 spawned a noticeable inspiration to the TOVP family. In the course of creating the various presentations to capture the annual milestones of the Construction and Architecture Department, it gave us an opportunity to step back and dive into the years
In this short video clip Savyasachi prabhu introduces and explains a cost effective and efficient method of creating molds by the use of a silicone spray gun. With this method thousands of molded ornamental pieces will be created for use on the TOVP.
As you come up the main staircase of the TOVP towards the temple room you will be greeted by two gigantic elephant sculptures standing side by side in front of an immense, 30’ tall, four column entranceway pillar. There are two such pillars, each with two accompanying elephants and four interconnected columns. The elephant, hasti