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Ancient wisdom and modern technology: Vedic architecture parliament building proposed for Vedic Siam
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10 September 2009
A spectacular and beautiful proposal for Thailand's new parliament building incorporates ancient principles of Vedic Architecture as well as modern technologies for communication and energy efficiency.
The design was recently submitted in an architecture competition sponsored by the government of Thailand to replace its old parliament building. All the top design firms of the country are vying for the privilege of being selected for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
The ancient knowledge of Vedic Architecture—Vastu—was fully restored by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the Transcendental Meditation Programme and the Global Country of World Peace. Maharishi Vedic Architecture (also known as Maharishi Sthapatya Veda) is the science of building according to the Natural Law, to integrate individual life with the orderly functioning of the universe.
Vedic architect Thomas Weinbrenner and a team of Thai architects developed the proposal on behalf of Raja Vikram Aditya, Raja (Administrator) of Invincible Vedic Siam (Thailand) for the Global Country of World Peace. Along with beautiful renderings, the presentation explained why Maharishi Vedic Architecture is essential for all governments if they wish to be successful and make good decisions. Examples of ancient Thai temples and palaces built according to Vastu were also included in the presentation.
A second article in the coming days will feature highlights of the special design features of this magnificent parliament building proposed for Vedic Siam.
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