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30 homes on site at Pandit Campus at Maharishi Vedic City
by Patricia Boland
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13 December 2006
Construction of the 80-acre campus for Vedic Pandits at Maharishi Vedic City, USA has moved forward rapidly since last month.
Thirty manufactured homes for the Vedic Pandits are on site and another 90 are planned once financing is finalized.
'We have significantly moved forward,' said Kent Boyum, director of economic development and government relations for Maharishi Vedic City. 'With four pandits per home, once we have 120 homes we will be just shy of the accommodations goal for 500 Pandits here.'
There are also three other buildings being completed. Two will be used for both dining and group practice of the Transcendental Meditation® and TM-Sidhi® programs. The other building will be for the other peace-creating technologies of the Vedic Pandits.
According to Dr. Boyum, the construction organizers have combined flying and dining into each of two buildings to cut down the amount of time needed to walk outside during the winter in order to provide more comfort for the Vedic Pandits in bad weather.
Other progress includes installation of the infrastructure for sewer, electricity, and water. Foundations have been poured for all buildings and, due to the unexpectedly warm weather in November, they have been able to start pouring the slabs for the communal buildings.
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