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tovp kartika 2016 mayapur celebration
Kartik, or the month of Damodar, is considered the best of months and is most auspicious for spiritual advancement. In the Skanda Purana it is stated: “As Satya-yuga is the best of yugas, as the Vedas are the best of scriptures, as Ganga is the best of rivers, so Kartik is the best of months,
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This is a pandal which was constructed in Kalyan, a city in the Thane District of Maharashtra, for Durga Puja, which was inspired by the TOVP. Our model of the TOVP is actually used every year for the pandals in different places of India every time Durga Puja comes around, and we find that to
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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
Barrier: Balancing the Visual Connection Now that the building is manifest into its glorious form, several intriguing deliberations are stemming up. Balancing the building mass and volume with balustrades (decorative railing supports) has been one of the exercises on the drawing board. We are undertaking some mock-ups of appropriate size and proportions to determine their
(This article is provided courtesy of ISKCON Medchal) Don’t miss the once in a lifetime opportunity to personally bathe the Padukas (footwear) of Lord Nityananda Prabhu and the Chatari of Lord Narasimhadeva from Mayapur and be blessed with pure devotion. ISKCON Medchal and Secunderabad invites you to join us in the divine presence of HG
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The flooring in one of the Chatris is finally completed! The detail work was done a couple of days ago, and now we are currently cleaning and polishing the surface. It is looking quite stunning, and we hope to commence the flooring in the other Chatris very soon.   TOVP NEWS AND UPDATES – STAY
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Photo of Matching TOVP Kalash on Samadhi Completed
The Kailash on Srila Prabhupada’s Samadhi is finally complete! The TOVP made the necessary arrangements and with the help of the team from Moscow who manufactured and assembled it, as well as to Jagadananda Prabhu and Ajita prabhu for monitoring and managing the whole process, we were able to achieve these wonderful results. A big
TOVP Relief Panel Work Progress image

TOVP Relief Panel Work Progress

Here is a sample of the relief panel work of Krishna and Balarama, along with all his cowherd boyfriends, who are jubilantly herding all the cows of Vrindavan. This is only one of the four relief panel works which will be placed in the main temple around the altar area, two of which will be
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Recently, we had very productive meetings with Sadbhuja Prabhu during his visit to the TOVP Architecture Pune Office. Each Architect gave a presentation of the works which fall under their purview. Directing individual accomplishments towards an organizational goal is the fuel to attain uncommon results. Anupama – Site & Consultant Co-ordinating Architect Devendra – Vendor