"We are using the world's latest technology and engineering to ensure the structure has a life of at least 500 years," told Prabhu over phone from Bangalore.

He said the said the project will take visitors back in time as it will be a reflection of the original pristine Braj Dham with its many forests and rivulets.

Built over an area of 30 acres, it will have sculptures and show pieces to re-create  the original ambience of Krishna's Vrindavan dham. There will be an open air theatre featuring performances by artists on the leelas of Sri Krishna, Prabhu said.

The project has been conceptualized and is being executed by ISKCON."The project also employs many technological innovative solutions to ensure environmental sustainability," Prabhu added.

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