Its sanctum is a monumental column-less chamber of over 24,000 square feet. Specially designed to accommodate 8,000 seekers in a state of meditation.
The nine spires doming the temple at the top, represents the integration of the nine planetary energies. The ‘Amrutha-Kalasha’ , on top of each spire, represents infinity, prosperity and wholeness.
Entirely crafted out of semi precious stones, the gigantic ‘Sri-Chakra’, extolled in the Vedic texts as the ‘King of all sacred patterns’, is created right below the central spire. It represents the union of the masculine and the feminine forces of the universe.
More than a geometric design it is a mandala charged with powerful chants.