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Vedic building to honour Maharishi in Allahabad, India: Dr Eike Hartmann speaks to 12 January Assembly
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18 January 2009
During the evening session of 13 January 2009, day four of the Global 12 January Assembly in MERU, Holland, Dr Eike Hartmann, Minister of Architecture for the Global Country of World Peace, reported that beginning stages of construction are underway for a beautiful Vedic building in Allahabad, India, to honour the life and knowledge of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
The building, to be called the 'Maharishi Samadhi Smarak', located at the place of Maharishi's memorial ceremonies in 2008, will have perfect Vastu orientation. The outside will be constructed of beautifully carved and ornamented stone, and the interior will contain pure white marble pillars, ceiling, and central dome. 'We're using the best and most advanced architecture for Vedic construction,' said Dr Hartmann. Built entirely of interlocking stones and granite beams, without iron reinforcement, the building will be expected to last for thousands of years, he said.
Each year, an average of 10 million people visit Allahabad, which is located at Triveni Sangam, the confluence of the holy rivers Ganges, Yamuna, and Saraswati. It is expected that many people will enjoy visiting the Maharishi Samadhi Smarak. The building and its surrounding area will include an Ashram for 1,500 Maharishi Vedic Pandits. With the inspiration of Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam, First Ruler of the Global Country of World Peace, Dr Hartmann said, the monument will be realized very quickly. 'We look forward to the completion of this all-time memorial for the glorification of Maharishi's supreme teaching.'
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