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Master plan presented for the European Capital of World Peace, Meru, Holland
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21 March 2008
Dr Eike Hartmann, Minister of Architecture for the Global Country of World Peace, gave a presentation on the Maharishi Channel's daily live broadcast, the Global Family Chat, of the master plan for the European Capital for World Peace, in Meru, Holland.
Dr Hartman showed a video walk-through of the Capital's palaces for Rajas and Ministers of the Global Country of World Peace, along with future building sites for a grand assembly hall and Maharishi Tower of Invincibility.
'The first Tower of Invincibility will be built here and be a memorial for Maharishi's knowledge', Dr Hartmann said, with exhibition and consultation halls for Jyotish and Vedic Architecture, and a planetarium on the top floor. The Tower will be open to the public and be surrounded by beautiful gardens.
A grand assembly hall of 400 square metres has been designed for Maharaja Adhiraja Raja Raam, first Ruler of the Global Country of World Peace, to meet with his global council and directors of 192 countries. The hall's ornate design is almost identical to the design created by Maharishi for an administrative palace to be built in Ayodhya, India. The grand assembly hall will be placed between Maharishi's residence and the proposed palace for Maharaja, and will be the main administrative building of the campus.
Every detail of the campus has been designed by Dr Hartmann according to Maharishi Sthapatya Veda architecture. The highlight of the tour was the illustrious palace of Dr Harris Kaplan, the Raja of India, with its three storeys, Vedic arches, motifs of lotus flowers, and beautiful portico with a golden Kailash* on top. Two life-size statues of elephants stand in joyous greeting at the entry gate. All the auspicious detailing was researched in the ancient texts of Sthapatya Veda and replicated in the precast workshop at Meru.
'This palace is a masterpiece,' Dr Hartmann said. 'All the ornaments, pillars, and arches are cast in our workshops from white marble granulate. White is the color of peace and this is a palace of peace.
'Considering the amount of time that Maharishi has spent here and that this is the home of Maharaja', Dr Hartman continued, 'it is really a unique and enchanted place, with all the palaces and Vedic archways lit up, and the fountains, surrounding forest, and public park. It will be a showcase of Maharishi's knowledge for the whole world.'
*Kailash: A Vedic Architecture ornament representing a vessel of nectar.
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