We are pleased to present a 3D image renderings collection of some of the upcoming work at the TOVP, and what you can expect to see as we move closer and closer to the Grand Opening in 2022. What you will see below are 3D image renderings of Srila Prabhupada’s Vyasasana, the Grand Deity altar
For the pleasure of all devotees worldwide we present this amazing updated 360° panoramic CGI image of the completed TOVP Temple Room by Shrisha das of the TOVP 3D Modeling and Visualization Department. You can manually go around, up or down, and zoom in and back to see the incredibly ornate details of the beautiful
Here’s a temporary mock-up showing how the Deities and Altars will appear at the TOVP. As can be seen from the photographs, the Guru-Paramapara up to the six Gosvamis are placed on the left Altar, the Panca-tattva are on the middle Altar, and Sri Sri Radha Madhava and the Asta-sakhis are on the right Altar.
This is the Grand Altar where Sri Sri Radha Madhava and Sri Panca-tattva will be moved, and the Sri Guru Parampara installed. The construction of the altar is progressing rapidly. In the future, thousands of people from all over the world will stand here before the Deities to worship and chant Harinama sankirtan before Them.
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