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The World Centre for Vedic Learning is a skyscraper project in Jabalpur, India. The World Centre for Vedic Learning will be, if constructed, home to up to 100,000 Vedic Pandits and should have a height of 677 metres and a ground site of 339 * 339 metres.

  • http://www.maharishi-european-sidhaland.org.uk/Maharishis90sAchievements.htm
  • http://www.skyscraperpage.com/diagrams/?b8264
  • http://www.indien-netzwerk.de/navigation/bildungwissenschaft/artikel/eng/india-tallest-building.htm
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