Recently completed is the design for the cast iron fence that will adorn the Srila Prabhupada bridge that connects the TOVP and the Samadhi. The 3D design will be ready soon to be made into several molds and then cast into iron. They look very nice and the company that does the casting thinks they
Provided here is a look at one of the completed archways on the front wall before the entrance to the TOVP. The white marble is fully clad and sandstone arch in place, both ready for polishing. Above the archway is a completed window with its sandstone adornings.
Right now as we speak, the Main Dome Kalash manufacturing in Moscow, Russia is underway. This will be one of the three ‘Crown Jewels’ of the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium, matched only by the gold-plated Sudarshana Chakras that will go on top of each. The photo illustrates the current development and immense size of
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Work has recently begun on the temple columns’ exterior mock-up, a design which will be used on the columns all around the temple. In the image below you can see half the exterior mock-up as it goes around the main column structure. The final product will be made of two pieces which will wrap around
Srila Prabhupada, our beloved Founder Acarya gave the priceless gem of Krishna consciousness to the world. He is the touchstone for millions of lives, the benefactor of the International society for Krishna Consciousness, and the very fountainhead of the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium. For his pleasure, we have created an exquisite design for the
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The TOVP is a Project intended to cultivate a genuine Vedic Culture. We have designed the TOVP to have traditional Vedic Architectural elements, especially for the top of the Temple. The architecture on the top of the Temple is the symbol of the Divine Weapon and Power of the Supreme Lord.
The TOVP Kalash is the only one of its kind in the world owing to its sheer size and magnitude. It is 23 meters (75 feet) tall and 19 meters (62 feet) wide, and sits atop a mammoth dome at a height of 84 meters (276 feet) from ground level. Being the topmost architectural feature