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Netherlands: 21 architects complete advanced training in Maharishi Vastu Architecture
by Global Good News staff writer
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14 August 2014
Twenty-one architects recently completed a post-graduate, professional training course on Maharishi Vastu* architecture, given in the Netherlands.
The participants, who are based in 13 countries around the world, came to Maharishi European Research University (MERU) in Holland to take the Maharishi Vastu Architect Training Course.
Conducting the course was a traditional professor and a renowned Vedic Sthapati (expert in Vedic architecture) of India in conjunction with the Minister of Architecture of the Global Country of World Peace,** Dr. Eike Hartman.
The two-month intensive training course began 1 May and concluded 29 June.
The course was part of a comprehensive programme of training in Maharishi Vastu architecture, offered in three phases over the last several years by the Institute for Vedic Architecture and City Planning.
See related article: Netherlands: Vastu Builder Seminar gives practical training for builders, architects from many countries, about the overall training programme and a previous phase which was held at MERU last year.
Global Good News will report more about the recent advanced course and the newly trained expert architects in the coming weeks.
Source: Maharishi Vastu News
* Vastu refers to Vedic architecture—the complete knowledge of design and building in accord with natural law—brought to light from the Vedic literature by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and known as Maharishi Sthapatya Veda.
** The Global Country of World Peace was founded by Maharishi as a consortium of educational organizations in more than 100 countries working to create a new era of peace, progress, and prosperity in our world family. It is a 'nation without borders', a home for peace-loving people everywhere.
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