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Swami Naryan temples

BAPS foundation constructed swami narayan temple in chicago suburbs RT-59, It is amazing to see the massive structure absolute richness and it has wonderful paintings about indian culture and culture progression all these years..If you guys are in Chicago add this temple to must see list.

See below link of newly constructed temple in Delhi by the same foundation…..

Below text is forwarded as mail message from one of my school groups:

Have a look at the Akshardham Temple Monument to World Peace–DELHI!!

http://www.akshardham.com/photogallery/monument/index.htm

After 5 years of non-stop, round-the-clock construction, the massive and awesome Akshardham Temple Monument to World Peace was inaugurated today.

The Akshardham Temple in New Delhi, India, constructed by the BAPS foundation — the builders of the various Swaminaryan Temples across the world, is truely a modern day Wonder of the World.It is one of the biggest and most intricate religious places of worship ever constructed.
Combining several completely different and contrasting architectural styles of Hindu temple architecture of northern India — Rajasthani, Orrisan, Gujarati, Mughal and Jain —

The Akshardham Monument is entirely constructed of marble and the red-sandstone that Delhi is famous for, and that so many of her monuments are constructed of. Monument of AkshardhamThe Akshardham monument, built without steel, is entirely composed of sandstone and marble. It consists of 234 ornately carved pillars, 9 ornate domes, 20 quadrangled shikhars, a spectacular Gajendra Pith (plinth of stone elephants) and 20,000 murtis and statues of India’s great sadhus, devotees, acharyas and divine personalities.The monument is a fusion of several architectural styles of pink stone and pure white marble. Pink stone symbolizes bhakti (devotion) in eternal bloom and white marble of absolute purity and eternal peace. The monument was built after over 300 million man hours of services rendered by 11,000 volunteers, sadhus and artisans.It is the one of the wonders of the modern world, and the wonders of modern India.


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Posted By: Kalyan | Date: November 18, 2005 | Categories: OtherNews
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