See how wonderful the Domes and Chatris look! Bathed in monsoon rains, the dome tiles sparkle brightly in the sun. The dome ribs, covered with Germanic mineral paint, are still fresh and shiny with gold. The signs of the Vaishnava Tilaka, located along the perimeter of the main domes, look very majestic. Chatris, clad in
Finishing work continues on the outside of the temple domes with blue tiles, stars and gold ribs being placed in beautiful designs that are appealing and beautiful to look at from all locations throughout Mayapur and the surrounding area. Pictured here is the work in progress on the Nrsimhadeva dome.
Sat, July 08, 2017 by Sadbhuja Das
The Russian Kalash installation team has now completed three Kalashes on the Chatris and is currently working on the Main Dome/Planetarium Kalash. Alongside the installation of the Kalashes onto the Domes and Chatris, laying of the blue tiles also continues simultaneously. In the photos you can also view the GRC (Glass Reinforced Concrete) ‘ribs’ being
This is where we’re at with the concreting of the domes. Work had to stop due to the extreme heat, as some of the laborers were fainting up there… but now the weather is a little cooler, so we’re back into ‘full swing’. Also the preparation work for the kalash on the main dome has
Sun, March 01, 2015 by Parijata Dasi
The second ring of the dome above Lord Nrsimhadeva’s wing is now underway and progressing steadily towards completion of the entire dome with four rings. Currently we are working on three domes simultaneously, the Exhibits wing dome, Lord Nrsinghadeva’s wing dome and the Main Temple dome. The Lord is undoubtedly empowering His devotees to work
Tue, January 21, 2014 by Bhumi Devi Dasi
ToVP dome has the greatest height and width compared to other domes worldwide.
The progress in the construction of the super-structure has reached another milestone. The actual dome which will be added to the foundational tiers is being engineered. The framework arrived from Delhi partially assembled and the completion is underway on the TOVP site. Intricate machinery is involved in this process for cutting the steel and welding
This photo was taken in Srila Prabhupada’s garden behind the Pancha-Tattva extention. You can see Lord Nrsimhadeva’s wing starting to come up with a vengeance. They are practically finished with this part and in a short time His dome will start to manifest. Lord Nrsimhadeva’s wing will be as mighty as He is!