Chandrodaya Mandir Vrindavan: A construction work is being done in India.Â Structures built a place of worship are the highest in the world, namely the Hindu temple as high as 213 meters.
Chandrodaya Mandir Vrindavan is the Worldâ€™s Highest Temple
Chandrodaya Mandir Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh, India will become a place of worship that is larger than St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican and higher than Ul Minster when completed later.
Ingenious architectural firm Studio and Consultant structure Thornton Tomasetti has designed the temple which is also a cultural center including a playground for the international community of the followers of Krishna.
Later, an earthquake resistant building has a shape like a rocket with a towering 70 floors above.
“Attractions are planned in the playground here as animatronics, park rides, the play of light and special effects like Vraja Mandal Parikrama featuring a laser show,” said Project Director Das Narasimha Temple.
The Chandrodaya Mandir Vrindavan includes a capsule elevator used to transport visitors to the observation deck.
The journey dual role for the visitors being able to feel the experience of light and sound through the planetary systems of the universe as in Vedic literature.
The temple dedicated to the god Krishna, the Vedas say growing up in this Vrindavan, surrounded by 12 hectares of land planted to recreate the forest 12 Braj.
The funds used for the construction of the temple are derived from the sale of apartments and villas in the vicinity, along with donations from the Hindus of India.
Currently focused on the deepening of the temple construction of building foundations 54 meters.
“This temple consists of 511 columns and will be completed by March 2017,” said Das.
A look-alike of the verdant forests of Vrindavan will be recreated around this magnificent temple. It will be spread over a sprawling 26 acres, it will consist of the twelve forests (dvadashakanana) of Braj, with varieties of lush vegetation, green pastures, elegant vistas of fruit bearing trees, flower laden creepers serenaded by bird songs, clear water lakes with lotuses and lilies and water falls that tumble from small artificial hillocks – all recreated from descriptions in the SrimadBhagavatam and other source books of Lord Sri Krishna – to transport the visitors to Krishna’s times inÂ Vrindavan.