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Sthapatya Veda
Vastu / Vaastu

The most ancient sacred science - Vedic architecture -

in perfect harmony with nature.

For the sake of health, prosperity, peace and harmony for Human and our Planet.

One God, one Truth, one Order.

  एकएव पुरा वेदः प्रणवो सर्व वाङ्मय  

Eka eva puraa vedaha pranavo sarva vaangmayaha.










The universe is a huge space that resonates and lives. Its creation is caused and sustained by vibration. There is no life without vibration. Every beginning is a spark, an idea that begins to vibrate, expands and realizes, embodies. It was no different with our universe then, and since then everything that was created in it has been the result of the vibrations of further ideas and sparks.

The beginning is always the “zero point”, which we call “absolute time” - from where vibration and life begin.


"Absolute time creates life."


What vibrates, works, influences - like music.

Music can have a great influence on anyone, it can heal or make you sick, it can evoke an idea in a person, be it negative or positive, which mainly depends on the music or the vibrations that make up the music. Not everyone reacts to vibration in the same way, so music is a sensitive thing and nobody really likes music that is uncomfortable for them. Plants as well as animals.

Vibrations affect everything and everyone on an audible, visible and imperceptible level to the eye or ear. Its age-old characteristic is spread, further creation, influence and has no brake.

After its creation, the universe became a large empty space that was endowed with a special vibration. The great space was formed by tiny tiny particles that vibrate identically, multiply and expand the universe hand in hand with time. When one of these tiny vibrating particles awakens to self-knowledge somewhere in the universe and gets an idea, it starts to transform, to affect the particles around it, through which it starts to grow, expand. It is as natural and spontaneous as creation, so it can happen at any point in the universe where something "new" suddenly begins to form.

A series of many ideas, sparks and coincidences together with time and many tiny particles created the atom that vibrates, rotates, lives and evolves. He also connects with others and creates the material.

Until then and from there, only the vibrations keep it alive and control it. In fact, many tiny (VASTU) energy particles have come together to create the atom and matter (VAASTU).

The content of these tiny vibrating / sounding / glowing VASTU particles is a space filled with energy, which indicates that the material - VAASTU - is ultimately just a space in which energy and vibration are also present.

The vibration of the room is therefore decisive for what it can and will generate itself. Time expands like space, so we get numerical dimensions to use the properties of time in a given space by determining which parts / sections of the time wave have which effects and the corresponding RHYTHMS or dimensions in our work use - be it acoustically (music, poetry) or visually (architecture, sculpture, urban planning).

Dance is a great favorite of man because it expresses the invisible sound with the visible (material) body. That is why Shiva dances in an atomic structure and shows the events and laws that take place in it, among other things with light and sound.

Energy is not lost, it is only converted by the form of the vibration. Whether these vibrations are perceptible with the human senses or not. The snake and the frog perceive sound and light with one organ, which proves that both are the same: VIBRATIONS.

Favorite music, an annoying guitar that the neighbor plays, a microwave or a cell phone also show how strong and powerful the vibration is. And because everything and everyone is made up of vibrating space, the science and knowledge of space is the way to control or create vibrations in the most efficient, natural way possible.

This is how this science became one of the most important and oldest knowledge on earth, which is responsible for human happiness, consciousness, home and fate.

There are good times and bad times, and there are good proportions and bad proportions. There are natural, rhythmic and chaotic structures.

Creating, sustaining and destructive properties of natural law.

These three basic laws and the eight building elements of the universe are 3x8, which corresponds to 24 hours, for easy example. In the phases of a day and in a living being in Ayurveda, this trinity is Vata, Pitta and Kapha. EIGHT is an infinite number and at the same time the rhythm of the universe, as we can also experience it in music - do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti, do.







Let us learn from the past and plan for the future...


Authentic and irrespective representation of science (Vaastu Veda, Vaastu Shaastra) and technology (Vaastu Tantra) in Europe.




Welcome dear reader!


Immerse yourself in an ancient mysterious science that has long been available only to the elect and even benefit from it in everyday life and in many - or all - aspects of your life.

The website not only represents an ancient, timeless science of natural architecture, which has always been proven, understandable and unchanged all over the world and in every civilization, but the SCIENCE OF CREATION also.

I would like to emphasize and thus reassure the reader, to enlighten him before he informs himself here, that it is only about authentic, unchanged science and not about the usual shadows of this science and NOT about religion, philosophy, ideology or astrology.
It is logical, rational and while we're here: astronomy.

Astronomically, nakshatra is a measure of wavelength.

Before Hinduism, India had Vastu as its "religion" - they followed the laws of Vastu (Golden Age).

Feng Shui also stems from this science, but has little to do with it, that is, it was invented for the ('mortal') humans so that no one would outgrow the kingdoms.

The term "Vastu" itself means "consciousness", "energy".

It is the science of manifestation from the unmanifest, about the first consciousness and the resulting universe, which is quantum physics and physics at the same time.

The science of space, time and matter that we can use to create harmony in human life and the environment to support material and spiritual - natural - development. Long term. Since the world is the world, everything has developed in rhythms, they create everything.

This complex science also includes music, dance, poetry, sculpture and the design of buildings and cities. That is why it is called Sthapatya Veda, which means: the science of architecture. Everything is born, exists, and is destroyed.


The time, quality, role, future and fate of everything that exists depend on the vibrations that are valid in the present.


It is my task as a Vedic architect to compose harmony from the many different vibrations and to coordinate the vibrations of the individual with the life-giving order of the universe.

The result in a building or object is frozen music.

Music that can be most pleasant for everyone through generations...

I can happily say that for some years now I have of course been living in such a special building myself, which we built with our own hands and which, in terms of Vastu, is of the highest standard. I am particularly excited about this experience because theory is one thing, practice is another.

Since it is my individual mission and responsibility to improve the environment, make it more livable and lively, I started with hardware-software development (Grundig / Germany), then I turned to naturopathy (Germany, India) until this science has become the last station in this process for me.

I have been deeply involved in the science of Vastu since 1998. In 2017 I managed to pass the best tests (theory and practice) according to authentic expectations in India / Parbhani, which I now like to represent in Hungary, Europe and even worldwide. I started with Astro-Vastu, but it never really worked, which led to further research (around the world) until I could also learn architecture through temples and statues that hide all and authentic science.

The building in which we live with my beloved has become a temple house that has become unique in the world due to its size and science. Tiny in matter, but huge in non-matter (energy).

We have put the credibility of this science to the test and were curious about the practical aspect of the theory. In many ways this original science differs from the usual methods that travel our planet and refer to the names "Vastu" and "Vastu Shastra" ...

The experience in such a vibrating building is indescribable, so to speak.

Besides the deep healing and harmony, Murphi's Law does not exist in and around the house (the bread does not fall with the butter side to the ground)! Amongst other things.

It offers us a lot more than that, of course, and in return has taken very little from nature, and moreover it is very deeply in harmony with nature and supports it, its life-giving vibrations and laws.


After the knowledge of Maharishi Mahesh Jogi and Marcus Schmieke, among others, I received the most significant and original teaching from Dr. V.Ganapati Sthapatis student, Master Rahul Gopinat Sarode from the state of Maharashtra, India.
The exam times are shown on the pictures. 
vedic temple architecture certificate
vedic architecture certificate



Vaastu Shastra is a wonderful science that can be used to design any structure, from a chair to a small hut to an impressive castle. This science has left aspects that can be said to be relevant to today's modern design needs. It is so complex and complete that it can meet any requirement anytime, anywhere, for anyone.

White Two-story Home
Modern House
Buying a House

The world is slowly looking for solutions that can create a peaceful and healthy lifestyle.

Any Space can be designed by the ancient authentic science of Vastu. Consulting services and planning proposals can therefore be requested from me on almost any topic.




The space exists by itself and is wherever the imagination can reach. When we circle a space, this space separates from the previous space and forms a special, individual space- it vibrates in its own special way.

Vastu science calls such a space a "living organism".

Just as such an independent space is created, so is its center. No matter how wide, how deep and how high, whether symmetrical or completely asymmetrical, the new space can be established right in the middle. There is also a center in buildings or cities or villages that are completely shapeless, that do not consist of shopping centers or a specific object, but of the spatial features of a housing estate.
The ideal basic shape is usually square, because it is then a regular, completely symmetrical space and network and with a precise center, in which the arrangement in all directions is clear and simple.
"Direction is more important than speed."
When we have the directions from the center, we can determine where things should be in this space.
Let's look at a housing estate (village, town, etc.) and start with a very important design criterion for the future of this housing estate: the cemetery.

A cemetery is an earthly thing with the majority of the dead lying underground or in the ground. There is no movement, still, heavy and calm - like the ground.

It is very clear that the earth element dominates and therefore has its place in the southwest. The further it is from the southwest, the more trouble it causes the housing estate. The furthest place is northeast where the worst is possible. The northeast is the future while the southwest is the past.
Let's look at something more hectic, like the medical center. There is a lot of movement in hospitals, ease of care is also important during recovery and healing; the goal is not to keep the guest. Many diseases are filled with the fire element, so there is no really good place for patients in the fiery direction. Here, too, there are differences between inpatients and acute patients, for which the building itself is responsible.
The police are also hectic but also fiery which is not a problem as they have to be active and dynamic and discipline them accordingly where the element of fire needs to be present.

Even the court of justice can do something with the element fire, but a child's room, kindergarten, school or library cannot be filled with fire.

Churches and temples find their place according to religion and while many think that the center of the square is best for them, for example, the center should be an empty place, like a park.
We are able to adapt the intended living space with its division and its dimensions to the needs of the residents there so that it functions well as a healthy living organism for a long time.



A structure, building, living space, room, and certain everyday objects (e.g., bed, desk, chair) can predict problems in a person’s life for the future, well-being, health, business, career, learning, family life, relationships, and in terms of luck.

In this, mathematics, geometry, structure, layout and the material of the object / object are telling, with a deep knowledge of which one can practically read from the above.

desk with ayadi calculation
Bright Bedroom
Residential Library

Their preparation for the above is physically feasible in the same way as that of their conventional counterpart. They can be made of stone, ceramics, clay, adobe, wood, metal, paper, plastic, or other shaping materials. The material of an object affects its age and strength with respect to vibrations. For example, plastic does not vibrate as well as stone and does not last as long, which is why an object made of plastic cannot be designed for 1000 years. It is already possible with stone, while wood can be counted on for up to 300 years...

What is primary: measure and structure.


Sthapatya Veda, on the other hand, is much more than that.



VASTU = Breath

vishwakarma, -brahman, 5 face lingam

The Ayadi calculation formula of Vastu Shastra, which has been used for the construction of temples and houses since ancient times, also enables us to design our living space and our everyday objects in such a way that they correspond to the vibrations of the owner.

In ancient times, as today, these sacred formulas were used to design personal jewelry, furniture, works of art, or even work tools...

Viswakarma or Sadaashiva, Lord of Time and Space actually represents a Lingam that has become 5 manifestations, 5 faces and 5 main directions of consciousness: Prana, Apana, Samana, Vyana and Udana or: Isana, Tatapurusha, Aghora, Vaamanadeva and Sadyojata .

Also like the 5 components (Pancha Bhoota) - space, air, fire, water, earth -, 5 senses, 5 vowels, 5 favorable planets, 5 relationships, 5 directions - right, left, forwards, backwards and upwards - 5 types of earth, 5 precious metals, 5 gems, 5 devatas, etc.

But it is mainly represented by the 5 Vedas: Rg Veda, Yajur Veda, Sama Veda, Atharvana Veda and Pranava Veda. The latter is the original, single Veda represented by the fetus / egg of the universe, the lingam.

The Pranava and Atharvana Vedas are the two Vedas of Sthapatis and Shilpis:

Sthapatya Veda.

Rudraksha, lotus, snake, 3-point harpoon, bow, arrow, meru mountain, vina instrument, shell and wheel originally find place and meaning in his ten hands.

Neither male nor female, but both.

vishwakarma puja architecture form
Vastu Shastra / Shilpa Shastra - Mayonic science
Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati
Dr.V.Ganapati Sthapati



Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati, the Doyen of Indian Vaastu Shastra, hails from a rich lineage of traditional Sthapatis (traditional designers, builders and sculptors – 3 in one) who had their origin in the land of temples, namely Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. Imbibing the heritage of his forefathers, who have contributed many a temple and sculptural edifice,

Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati has dedicated his life and works to the revival, enrichment and promotion of this indigenous culture of India.

Born in the village of Pillayarpatti, in Siva Gangai District, Tamilnadu in the year 1927, he had his early lessons Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati from his father, Sri Vaidyanatha Sthapati, himself a renowned Sthapati and Sanskrit scholar. Basically, a graduate in mathematics, he served as the Principal, Govt. College of Architecture and Sculpture, Mahabalipuram for 27 years (1961-1988). During his tenure, the art of sculpture and temple architecture gained an academic status under the University of Madras and many youngsters, irrespective of caste and creed were initiated into this tradition. It is a college run by the Government of Tamilnadu right from 1957.

The dedicated service rendered by Dr. Sthapati, has drawn the attention of the East as well as West to the existence of a unique and unexplored science of time and space, light and sound, on which the Indian Vaastu and Vaastu related architecture (of spiritual nature) are anchored. His efforts are fast gaining ground. Through his research works and allied activities, Sthapati has identified and brought back to lime light the legendary Mayan, the progenitor of Indian Vaastu Science.

After retirement from the Government Service, he has given form to a group of five institutions, aimed at spreading the principles of traditional Indian Science of Vaastu. Through these institutions, founded and guided by Sthapati, he has been rendering remarkable services contributing a number of temples, imagic forms, Vaastu based buildings, as well as conducting seminars and lectures, both at national and international levels and also authoring and publishing books, on the sacred science of  Vaastu.





 - Unification of the Saivaite & Vaishnavaite cult through temple architecture.

 - Establishment of a Governmental institution for traditional architecture & sculpture.

 - Propogation and promotion of the traditional science and technology.

 - Trend-setter in Vaastu based residential architecture.

 - The messiah of the 10,000 years old Shilpaic tradition and the preserver of their unique Vedic literature.

  Awards and recognitions:

  • PADMABHUSHAN award from Govt of India.

  • National award for Master craftsmanship by the President of India, in 1973.

  • Professorship conferred by Madras University in 1978.

  • Nallaasiriyar Virudhu (Best teacher award) of Tamilnadu Government in 1985.

  • Kalai Kuzhu Chemmal (fellowship) with cash award by State Lalitha Kala Academy, Madras in 1985

  • Tulsi Sammaan Award of Madhya Pradesh, 1989 (Rupees one lakh equally shared by three artists)

  • Emeritus Professor of the Ministry of Human Resource, (Department of Culture), Government of India, New Delhi from 1992 – 1994

  • Honorary Fellowship of the Indian Institute of Architects (IIA), 1993.

  • Honorary Doctoral Degree in Vedic Science by Maharishi Vedic University, Holland on 29.10.95.

  • Adeenam Sthapati, Kauai Adeenam, Saiva Siddhanta Church, Hawaii, USA from 1982 – till date.

  • Blessed and nurtured by Paramacharyal of Kanchi, Paramacharyal of Sringeri, Paramacharyal of Ahobila mutt.

  • Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar Birthday Commemoration Award in 1997.

  • Honoured by Poojya Swami Dayananda Saraswati for designing a Siva Temple at Arsha Vidya Gurukulam, Anaikatti, Coimbatore in Chennai on 13.10.98

  • Recipient of the Kamban Adipodi Memorial Award by the Kamban Kazhakam, Chennai, awarded on the occassion of their Silver Jubliee celebrations, on the 11th of August 2000.

  • Recipient of the Kalaignar Award by the Azhvarkal Aayvu Mayyam on the 20th of August 2000. 

  • Kalaimamani Award by the Iyal Isai Nadaka Mandram, Chennai on the 25th of November 2000.

  • Recipient of the ‘Bharathi Award’ instituted by the Vaanavil Cultural Foundation, Chennai on the 9th of December 2000.

  • Recipient of Gnanaoli Ambassador for Peace Award by VGP Temple of World peace, Chennai, on 18th November 2001.

  • Recipient of The Bhishma Award of The Ashram Group of Schools and Colleges, Chennai, on 3rd December 2001.

  • Recipient of Kapilavanar Award conferred by Thirukkovalur Cultural Forum, Cuddalore installed after the renowned Tamil poet Kapilar of Sangam age, on 19th July 2002.

  • Recipient of Shilp Guru conferred by the office of the Development Commissioner (Handi Crafts), Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India on the
    special occasion of the Golden Jubilee of Handi Crafts Resurgence in India, New Delhi, 2002.

  Titles Conferred:


  • Vaastu Vedi by Viswakarma Shilpis of Madras.

  • Vaastu Vignani, by American Indians of Washington D.C., USA.

  • Adhunika Vishwakarma by American Indians of South Florida, Miami, USA.

  • Thennaga Mayan-by University teachers under the auspices of Alagappa University, Karaikudi.

  • Vishwakarma Jagat Guru, by American Indians of Washington DC, USA.

  • Pranava Vedi, by American Indians of Omaha, Nebraska State, USA.

  • Silpakalanidhi, by His Holiness Alagiya Singar of Ahobilamutt.

  • Silpakala Rathnam, by His Holiness Sri Sankaracharya of Kanchi Mutt.

  • Silpakala Chakravarthi, by Viswakarma Artists of Bangalore in 1976.

  • Silpakala Nipuna by Viswakarma Shilpis of Srilanka.

  • Silpakala Sagaram, by Sri Saw.Ganesan Kamban Adipodi, Kamban Trust, Karaikudi.

Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati


Ganapati Sthapati analizálja a dokumentumokat

"When inside and outside resonate harmoniously, peace, vitality, health, well-being and creativity become a natural order and effortless experience."

- Dr. V. Shri Ganapati Sthapati


A Shilpi speaks:


"I am speaking about the scientific creations of Vaastu science that are capable of bestowing spiritual comforts and bliss. When I speak of this, most of the readers would be under the impression that I am keeping in my mind the temples, divine images and religious doctrines.
It is not so.
I keep myself above and beyond all these things. I realise fully well that all those artistic creations that have emerged out of traditional science of Vaastu are capable of infusing spiritual well-being and bliss.

This point I am emphasing very often sometimes directly and sometimes implicitly. Without taking much time and without being elaborative, if it be expounded precisely, this much may be said : Indian traditional science known as Vaastu Vijnaana creates our houses so as to be the actual living organisms and musical forms and enables the indwellers of these houses experience musical charm and spiritual bliss. Spiritual calmness and spiritual bliss these are always the ends that are much sought-after by human race. These are the two spiritual fruits that are offered by the buildings created by the science of Vaastu. This is the exact message I wanted to tell you.
The traditional Vaastu science effects these ever-lasting fruits through the external structural embellishments and the internal configuration of living spaces. For the purpose of effecting these, there is a unique mathematical formula or order in the tradition of Vaastu. This is known as vaastu rahasya (secret of Vaastu tradition). Rahasya is nothing but the inimitable and most subtle concept of space-science and this is what the scientific tradition of Vaastu enunciates. Space is, essentially, energy-filled or energy stuffed. If this energetic space gets limited or enclosed by four walls, then the building raised by such enclosure actually becomes a living organism, having rhythmic vibrancy. This is what the tradition of Vaastu science expounds.
Is it not a great wonder?
It ascertains further that like the inner-space enclosed within our physical body, the house also consciously feels and vibrates. Not only this. This rhythmic vibration is made to resonate with our inner vibrations and by this resonance the indweller of the house is able to be in harmony and communion with the universal space (Paramaatma) and to experience spiritual bliss. The spiritual well-being and spiritual bliss that could be derived by going to the temple would be gained even by being in the house rendered as a living organism the science of Vaastu. The house itself offers all the benefits of going to the temple. This is the efficacy, ultimate motive and purpose of the science of Vaastu.
The built-house should be on par with a temple which is the home as well as the form of God. This concept is what you perceive in Chidambaram temple. What you experience there is the exact operation of this concept. How is that Chidambaram temple? It is actually a house. Unlike an ordinary temple, it is exactly a small house standing on a raised and rectangular plot. The enclosing walls are made of wood; the covering roof is also made of wood. It is a house whose roof is covered with gold-tiles. In order to preserve this house in all its scientific conceptual frame, Diksitas, 3000 in number, were employed by a Tamil-king. So many people to
maintain a small house? Has such an incidence taken place elsewhere?
What is that which is found inside that house?
A space; simply a space housing nothing concrete within itself. We call this space "aakaasa".
(The wonderful image of Lord Nataraja which we see there is for a particular reason...)
Of what nature is that aakaasa?
It is of the nature of consciousness itself.
By its own innate nature it FEELS; it vibrates. It manifests its consciousness through its vibrant waves, through the waves of ever-going throbs. The vibrant waves emerge according to a mathematical order or formula.
Indeed, measurements of architectural constructions are defined and determined by this mathematical order. A person who stands before that 'house' or 'enclosed space' called "AMBALAM", gets infused and kindled with vibrant waves and subjected to their pronouncing impact. If the vibrations of his inner-space and those of the "ambalam" are in resonance, then he becomes one with the 'ambalam' or space, one with the vibrant consciousness.
How this resonance is possible?
This is just like the musical harmony that manifests when two vina-instruments are tuned to one and the same pitch.
The frequency of one vina is in harmony with that of the other. Only this kind of harmonious response is called 'bhakti'. This is the definition of bhakti in terms of science. Where there is no harmonious response, there cannot be bhakti.
Bhakti, which is also known as love, bestows on us spiritual health, spiritual calmness and spiritual bliss. It is Vaastu vijnaana which brings out spiritual peace and bliss by such an easy means of harmony.
Is this not simple and charming?
To the extent there is simplicity, there is charm, there is truth.
Only this space-science capable of effecting the beatific spiritual well-being is called 'Vāstu-Vijnāna' by the shilpi-rishis of our country.
The rishis of shilpaic tradition evolved this incomparable scientific tradition and technology even before 5000 years.
In spite of their continued impoverishment, marginalisation, suppression and such other impediments, the shilpins, setting aside these difficulties and surmounting them by their own efforts, have been preserving and safeguarding this scientific tradition for the benefit of the world. Their services in this regard are memorable for ever.
I am indebted to state this fact with a sense of pride.
It is true that space is not visible to our physical eyes. But we experience it.
In and out, the space is of the nature of consciousness only. It is a conscious substance encompassing within its fold all the worlds, all the living beings, planets and all the worldly objects. This is the highest concept being held in the tradition of Vaastu science. As stated in the Vedas, the space, besides giving rise to air, fire, water and earth sequentially, exists as the root, origin and place of existence for all the cosmic creations.
Not only this.
This tradition has found through its methodical quest and analysis that space, the most potential and subtle substance, exists within us and within all other living beings and it impels, directs and activates everything. This tradition also holds that the same ākāsa is called antaryaami (directing factor residing within) when it exists within the living beings as inner space and the same ākāsa is called Lingam, when it shines forth as the space-foetus (vin-karu) giving rise to the emergence of all things.
Mayan, the Vaastu vijnaani and originator of Vaastu tradition perspicuously states in his Mayamata that it is space (ākāsa) itself that is known as linga and which dwells in all things (sarvaatmiyam lingam ākāsameva). Not only that; he holds that the subtle existent or subtle energy which animates the entire range of things is VASTU and all those living beings and cosmic substances in which vastu gets itself installed are denoted by the term VAASTU.
According to him, Vaastu Purusha is the personified energy contained in the Vastu; that is, Vaastu Purusha is the energy itself contained in Vastu.
Even the Vaastu saastras state that Vaastu Purusha is the same energy which exists pervading all the objects of the universe around us in general and pervading and permeating the whole EARTH in particular.
To put it shortly, Vastu is the subtle energy and Vaastu is the gross energy.
Vastu is the unmanifest energy and Vastu is the manifest energy. Since there is no difference between a thing in its unmanifest state and the same thing in its manifest state..."

                                                                               - Dr. V. Shri Ganapati Sthapati:
                                                                                    Temple of Space-Science 



Brihadisvara Temple, Thanjavur

Ganapati Sthapati's (representative of Sthapatya Veda ) favorite temple, designed by his family, is a Shiva temple built on the concept of Mount Meru and the most outstanding work of Dravidian style temple architecture. It has been part of the World Cultural Heritage (UNESCO) since 1987. More than 1000 years old, very special temple. At that time, this temple was made much larger than the average temples and is considered quite outstanding to this day. It is made of granite, which is not found within 100km. The granite blocks were just stacked on top of each other, without any binders, stabilized with an 80-ton granite ball on top, plus the structure has no foundation underground, meaning it only stands on the surface of the earth. This design and technology has been tested by a number of earthquakes over the past 1,000 years, but none have been able to demolish it.

It is home to Tamil Nadu’s most powerful limestone Lingam, which at 3.7 meters high symbolizes the “supreme light of knowledge”.

The nearly pyramid-shaped, extremely richly decorated vimana, unlike other Hindu temples of a similar age, is 13 (16) storeys and 63 meters high and was made so that even in winter the midday sun would not cast a shadow on the ground...

The temple and the complex itself have a lot of interesting and special features, including a stone carved cow, Ganesha, a stone chariot,...

It’s worth a visit if someone goes there. And while it may seem like a strange statement, the temple is the same as a lying or standing human body.

(In my exam, I targeted and designed this temple, along with the complex - by accident.)

Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati Vedic architect, temple builder, sculptor, author...

His first art in the Western world - on Hawaii:

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