The Temple of Vedic Planetarium is ready to gain repute as the world’s largest temple. Scheduled to be finished in the year of 2022, the first-of-its-type worship floor of the temple covers one lakh square feet area.
The shrine is located in Mayapur in Nadia district of West Bengal, it has been embroidered with huge chandeliers and modern technology will be used to broadcast puja sessions live worldwide. Mayapur is the global headquarter of the International Society of Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON).
News has it that the temple construction started out two decades ago and extra than two crore kilograms of cement have long past into its huge structure. The temple has one lakh square foot of each floor and what makes it even extra stunning is the biggest dome in the world.
The objective at the back of making this temple is to unfold Vedic culture and knowledge for the world through a materialized medical and authoritative platform on the strains of Vedic knowledge. The makers of this 380 ft giant temple have used Blue Bolivian Marble to add touches of western architecture to the structure.
Sadabhuja Das, Managing Director of the Temple of Vedic Planetarium told that the marble has been procured from Vietnam and India. The specialty of the temple lies in its 2.5 acre wide. To make the shrines of the deities look special, the authorities are building 20 m lengthy Vedic chandeliers.
Reportedly, a ground will have the ability to accommodate ten thousand devotees at a time. There can be enough space for them to dance, sing and pray earlier than the idol of Lord Krishna as it customarily happens in ISKCON temples.
The concept at the back of building this shrine is to recognise the imaginative and prophetic of Acharya Prabhupada of ISKCON, whose wish became to make something that will draw human beings from the whole globe to Mayapur, the birthplace of the famed Vaishnava saint, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.
Considering the large number of vacationers that visit Mayapur annually, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee had bestowed the title of a heritage city on Mayapur.
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