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Below is a small collection of photos from different sections of the temple illustrating the progress of our finishing work on the TOVP.
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TOVP Architecture Department Weekly In-house Report, June 2019 - Edition #2
The theme of this week’s Architectural Department Report is ‘Spectacle’. Architecture has its nuances which bind together to form aesthetics – mass, volume, color, texture are all a representation of a deeper narrative of why the building is the way it is. In this edition of our Report we have captured the presentation aspect of
Lokanath Maharaja Vyasa Puja TOVP Fundraiser a Grand Success
The July 9-15th celebration of the 70th Anniversary Vyasa Puja of His Holiness Lokanath Swami on July 12th is now complete, and amongst the many activities going on during that week, Braja Vilasa prabhu from the TOVP was present to extend an invitation to participate in the special Lokanath Maharaja Brick/Flag Campaign. Over 5,000 devotees
The theme of this week’s Architecture Department Report is Exploring the Beauty of Intricacy. The strength of a corner lies in its connectivity. At the TOVP Architecture Office, there is a solid process behind the detailing of the design narrative, detailing of materials, detailing of a light socket and every door knob. This report focuses
Coffered Ceiling Mock-up Panel for Domes
Pictured here is the final mock-up of a panel for the TOVP domes. These panels will line the inside of the domes and are both aesthetically pleasing and practical. The photo taken at the greatest distance away gives you a rough idea of what a panel will look like at 50 meters (164 feet) height.
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First Tilak Sign Mounted

This is the first of many tilak signs that will be embedded onto the main dome. It stands at about 2 meters (6.5 feet) high and you can see the immense size by comparing it to the workers in the photos. We are very pleased with this temple embellishment and it will add another pleasing
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Photo of article in The Times of India Promotes Sridhama Mayapur
A few days ago we reported on a video documentary produced by the West Bengal Department of Tourism about the 2019 Gaur Purnima Festival in Sridhama Mayapur in their beginning efforts to help promote ISKCON Mayapur and the TOVP. You can read the article and view the video here. Above is a follow up article
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Since the inception of the idea to begin construction on the TOVP in 2008 by Ambarisa prabhu, His Holiness Lokanath Maharaja has been a main pillar and staunch supporter of the project. He and his disciples have pledged and donated large amounts towards the work, and they continue to do so with his inspiration and
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Bhakti Caru Swami with Braja Vilas das on stage at program in Bangladesh
After more than 530 years, Lord Nityananda Prabhu in the form of His Padukas from Sridhama Mayapur has paid His first visit to Bangladesh due to the prayers and calling of His Holiness Jayapataka Maharaja and the sincerity, devotion, love and eagerness for His darshan by all the devotees. Jayapataka Maharaja has inspired and instilled