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Thirty-three new Maharishi Sthapatya Veda houses arriving at Vedic Pandit campus in Maharishi Vedic City, USA
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2 July 2008
Presenting slides of the production and delivery of the Maharishi Sthapatya Veda houses for the Vedic Pandit campus in Maharishi Vedic City, Iiowa, USA, Raja Robert Wynne, Mayor of Maharishi Vedic City, and Raja of New Zealand and other countries for the Global Country of World Peace explained how the houses are prepared and transported to the campus.
Raja Wynne reported that in order to accomplish the buildings for 650 Vedic Pandits in Maharishi Vedic City by the end of July, companies have been hired to 'produce the houses in assembly lines inside factories where it doesn't rain'. The houses are delivered to the campus via the highway—'one house a day will be arriving until the end of July, or until these 33 houses are completed,' he said.
It then takes one day to set up one house, which is 76 feet [23 metres] long, and 32 feet [9.5 metres] wide. They are delivered in two halves, 16 feet by 76 feet each. All the bedrooms, carpet, and equipment are already in place; only the carpet that covers the central corridor has to be laid, after the house has been put together. The pipes and utilities are then connected to the ground; and the roof 'topping' put on where the two halves of the roof are joined.
These buildings are all built according to Vastu Vidya, Maharishi Sthapatya Veda, and every ingredient that goes into the houses has been vetted by the toxologists of the Global Country of World Peace so that there is nothing harmful to those who live in the buildings.
By the end of July, all of the 340 Vedic Pandits currently living on the campus of Maharishi University of Management will have moved into these new houses in Maharishi Vedic City; the 250 still to come from India will also be out there by that time.
'So all the Vedic Pandits will be together,' said Raja Wynne. 'This is very heart-warming, because the Pandits also want to [be] all together; all one thousand dining in the same building and all one thousand [practising Yogic Flying] at the same time morning and evening.'
They would like the Mandap buildings for the Vedic Yagyas [special peace-creating performances] to be separate, because different Vedic performances require different numbers of Vedic Pandits: some require 120 Vedic Pandits, others might be 50, and still others 25. 'So we take [the Pandits'] advice, it is their campus,' said Raja Wynne, 'and the campus is becoming really idyllic.'
There are cricket and volleyball fields, and the Pandits enjoy walking all around their 80-acre [32-hectare] campus; plans include planting very large trees, which grow rapidly, so there will be forests as well as playing fields; and of course these new homes that are completely aligned with Natural Law.
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