We have commenced the ornamentation of the main inner staircase of the TOVP. We are cladding the walls with lustrous white Vietnamese marble. Within the white marble, decorative borders are being inlayed with blue marble from Bolivia. The fusion of the different tones in the blue marble on the white surface gives it a natural
Thursday, 06 October 2016 by Ratna Devi Dasi
Bronze Ornamentation Samples Our very creative Manufacturing Process Engineer, Savyasachi Prabhu, wanted to observe the color possibilities of different bronze alloy compositions. The experiment was created to see how the composition colors will look for the ornamentation of the TOVP architecture, coating of the demigod sculptures, and other artistic projects. The compositions were made in
The work on the Dome Kalashes is progressing very successfully. Currently, one of the engineers from Moscow, Russia, Yurii Tereshkov, is here to assist us with perfecting the measurements and dimensions of our TOVP Kalashes. Each of the side Domes Kalash frames are layered in 3 sections. On Sunday September 25, 2016 we installed the
Tuesday, 20 September 2016 by Ratna Devi Dasi
Vishwakarma is the demigod of architecture. He is accredited for designing Dwarka. The Mahabharata describes him as “The lord of the arts, executor of a thousand handicrafts, the carpenter of the gods, the most eminent of artisans, the fashioner of all ornaments … and a great and immortal god.” He has four hands, wears a
Tagged under: Vishwakarma puja
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.
Last week in our GRC Factory we experimented with metal casting into a sand mold. We made our fresh Copper based alloy with Nickel, Silicone, Bismuth, Zinc and Aluminum. This alloy creates a non- leaded yellow brass. Our experimental melting furnace runs on regular kitchen gas and it has a maximum temperature of 1,600 °C / 2,912 °F.
I want to share with you the latest news from the TOVP project in Sridham Mayapur. Construction continues to move forward with emphasis on the completion of the kalash and finishing work on the domes by the end of the year.
Tagged under: Quarterly Report