Marble cladding work on the temple exterior and the installation of Rajasthani style sandstone window frames on the higher levels of the structure continues throughout various areas of the TOVP and will soon cover all sections of the temple, floor by floor.
On the auspicious day of Pandava Nirjala Ekadasi, one of the Chakras for the small domes as well as the remaining parts for the two small dome Kalashes arrived in Mayapur. Three Chakras will adorn the top of the three TOVP domes and are made of solid stainless steel plated with pure gold. This gold
Pictured here is the team of Russian technicians at work inside the TOVP putting together the Kalashes to be mounted on the various domes and Chatris. You can admire the beautiful pieces of titanium nitride being assembled.
We are very pleased to announce that a team of Engineers from the Manufacturing Company in Moscow that built the parts for the TOVP Kalashes has arrived in Mayapur. A group of six engineers came to our site to assemble the grand Kalashes and no time was wasted as they enthusiastically began the work without
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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
This is a quick update of the continuous finishing work taking place on the external temple structure. Here you can see the corner peacock and side peacocks above their respective columns, and get an idea of the full effect that is manifesting. It’s a wonderful artistic mood that is developing.
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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Exterior finishing work on the TOVP continues without interruption. In the last few weeks the following has been going on: Blue tile laying has begun on the small dome of the planetarium wing. Work is progressing rapidly and the tiles are now significantly prominent and can be seen from the main gate of the ISKCON