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Construction of Maharishi Peace Palaces to begin
by Jim Karpen
Maharishi University of Management Review Translate This Article
30 September 2005
On 30 September 2005 Maharishi University of Management Review reported:
Campus residents at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa will soon see the start of construction of two Maharishi Peace Palaces. 'The Maharishi Peace Palaces will be a proper home for the pure knowledge so generously given to us for the past 50 years by Maharishi,' said Alexandria DeVasier, director of one of the Maharishi Peace Palaces for Fairfield.
It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring
fulfilment to the field of world peace.
Each Maharishi Peace Palace will be 12,000 square feet, built according to principles of Maharishi Vedic Architecture and situated on three acres of land, with celebration grounds in front of the building. They will have a white marble exterior. The construction will be done in phases over the next six months.
Ms DeVasier said the Peace Palaces 'will offer over 50 programmes, courses, services, and products in the new buildings'. These will include MAPI products, books, a day spa, residence course rooms, and more. 'These Maharishi Peace Palaces are a profound gift from Maharishi that will preserve the legacy of the knowledge of enlightenment and perfect health for all generations to come,' Ms DeVasier said. 'Establishing Maharishi Peace Palaces in Fairfield and Maharishi Vedic City will bring a wave of coherence to change the negative trends throughout the United States.'
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