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Institute of Vedic City Planning to support sustainable architecture in harmony with natural law
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26 May 2011
A new institute, the MERU Institute of Vedic City Planning, will support sustainable architecture in harmony with natural law worldwide—combining ancient Vedic principles of design with the best of modern technology.
The Institute's website www.vediccityplanning.com highlights Vedic, sustainable cities. Maharishi Vastu cities can now be designed from the ground up to be sustainable in terms of all their basic requirements—water, energy, food, and waste treatment.
The goal is to create cities that support the health, happiness, and prosperity of all residents.
The website also highlights Maharishi Vastu projects around the world. Among potential new initiatives is a design for an innovative school in Russia and plans for two new Vastu apartment buildings in MERU, Holland.
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