Tuesday, 17 May 2016 by Janesvari Devi Dasi
Here’s a sample piece of a chakra and red oak wooden base, both made by our CNC machine. The chakra took 1 day to carve, and the base took about 3 1/2 hours to complete. The short video shows the process of carving the wooden base.
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Friday, 06 May 2016 by Janesvari Devi Dasi
Please check out how accurately and expertly our new CNC router can carve a chakra out of MDF (medium density fiberboard). This shows how this State-of-the-Art machine is capable of making any intricate, decorative designs we program it to do.
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 by Janesvari Devi Dasi
Sadbhuja prabhu discusses the systematic procedure for the next stage of the embellishments for the TOVP with the Architecture & Design department in Pune. The individual architecture team devotees express their heartfelt appreciation and thanks for being a part of this historic and divine project.
Saturday, 23 April 2016 by Sunanda Das
On Thursday, April 14th, in conjunction with the auspicious appearance day of Lord Ramachandra, the new U.S. TOVP office celebrated its Grand Opening in Alachua, Florida. The new office is located in a house donated
Tuesday, 22 March 2016 by Janesvari Devi Dasi
A new inspirational video produced by Prananatha das shows a current view of the TOVP construction site. 3 of the 8 chatris have been completed with blue tiles and kalashes. More segments have been put onto the 3 domes, in preparation for the kalashes. The 4th stage (out of 6) of the decorative sandstone features
“You started 108 temples all over the world. Today, you have over 700 centers worldwide. But now, here comes the most important center of them all, the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium.” Dear Devotees, We have something very special for you today. A brand new film from Kriyate, called “For Tomorrow”, was released on the
Monday, 29 February 2016 by Janesvari Devi Dasi
We have commenced the stainless steel structure for the West Wing kalash. What you’re seeing in the photo and video is the first segment for the small dome. There will be three more layers on top of that. This gives an indication of the immense size of the kalashes. Soon work will commence on the
A new video produced by Prananatha das presents a current view of the TOVP construction site with the three main dome superstructures completed and ready for the blue tiles to be applied.
The most cinematic aerial footage of TOVP shot by Prananatha Das (Paul Tuffery) in September of 2015 in Mayapur, India. The main dome of the TOVP is now complete in regard to the installation of the panels. This short clip gives a birds eye view of TOVP on Janmastami day, 2015.