Within five years, the Holy land of Vrindavan will become the most demanded religious destination for Hindus, as the World’s tallest Krishna Temple will be built here with an estimated budget of 300 crore.
The temple is named, ‘Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir’, and it will have a height of 210 meters. The temple will have the thrice the height of Qutab Minar which is of 72.5 meter.
International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), Bangalore is the think tank behind this concept, and they will be materializing this project in the future.
The temple will have 70 floors, and there will be a capsule elevator to take the devotees to the top of the temple.
The temple will be equipped with a dedicated viewing gallery, and it will showcase the 3D sound and visual experience of planetary system which is mentioned in Vedas and other epic literatures.
The temple will be surrounded by a 26 acre forest which will look like the same old Vrindavanam which is portrayed in Srimad Bhagavatam.
The compound will also have a Krishna Lila Theme park and this is meant for recreating the ambiance of Vrindavan blessed with the presence of Lord Krishna.
This mega venture will also create a Krishna Heritage museum, lecture halls, centre for Krishna heritage studies and Bhagvad Gita Expo for the visitors.
If everything goes well, the temple will be ready within five years, and it is expected to be a major milestone in the growth of Hindu religion in the country.