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Innovative technology developed for building according to Maharishi Sthapatya Veda
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10 January 2009
Speaking about the building project for 1,000 Vedic Pandits to come to Germany to create Invincibility for the country, Master Builder Dr Hans-Egon Kolsdorf recently explained the mould technology to be used for these buildings.
Dr Kolsdorf said that they first built a model or show house for the local community to become familiar with Maharishi Sthapatya Veda. This building, a one-storey home with Vedic ornaments, arches, and correct orientation and proportion, created a lot of interest. Later buildings will have two or three storeys with a similar appearance.
Dr Kolsdorf explained that they tested different building methods and for this first building stone masonry was used, which has good insulation. The blocks were cut and shaped to the Vedic form, lifted into place, and used as normal building blocks.
The Invincibility Group for Germany will be housed in three two-bedroom apartment buildings. Dr Kolsdorf explained in detail how a field factory has been established to create these new buildings using moulded concrete panel technology—precast floor and wall slabs for each storey of the building. He explained that the Vedic ornamentation was created using aluminium moulds and moulded thermoplastic sheets, either by vacuum-forming or edge-bending technologies.
Referring to the construction of a Maharishi Tower of Invincibility, Dr Kolsdorf explained and showed slides of the construction of modern tall buildings, using prefabricated elements and curtain walls. This technology is used for buildings all over the world and is very efficient and economic.
Please see also Part I of Dr Kolsdorf's presentation.
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