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Latin America: Institute for Maharishi Sthapatya Veda accelerates building projects
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28 May 2009
The new Institute for Maharishi Sthapatya Veda (Vedic Architecture) in Latin America, comprising the continent's leading builders and developers, is helping facilitate the ongoing construction of Maharishi Towers of Invincibility, as well as other key projects.
Speaking 26 May 2009, Raja Jose Luis Alvarez, Raja of Invincible Latin America for the Global Country of World Peace, reported that finishing the Towers of Invincibility currently in progress is the first architectural priority in Latin America. 'The building of Towers is well advanced in Venezuela and Argentina,' he said, 'while Tower construction in Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, and Colombia is still in its beginning stages.'
The Institute for Maharishi Sthapatya Veda is also moving forward with plans for Maharishi Towers in Chile, Mexico, and Paraguay.
As a broader initiative, the Institute is working to collaborate with government officials towards the establishment of new regulations for cities, schools, and housing, which are in accord with Sthapatya Veda. 'Already, we have seen multiple opportunities in Latin America for the restructuring of physical establishments,' said Raja Luis.
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