Shri Adi Shankaracharya (8th cent. CE in Kaladi, Kerala) was a Spiritual
Guru, philosopher and theologian. His works had a strong impact on the doctrine of Advaita Vedanta.
He founded four ‘Math’ which are believed to have helped in the historical development, revival and propagation of Advaita Vedanta.
Site Area : 8 Acres Including Udhyaan
Builtup Area: 30,000 SF
Services : Feasibility Study, Programming, Masterplanning, Building Design - Architecture, MEPF Engineering, Civil & Structure Engineering, Infrastructure Engineering, Exhibit Design, PMC, Detailed Project Report (DPR)
Design inspired by drawing symbolism from Mandala, the circle of life The Design tries to be a contemplation journey for pilgrims, make them look inwards into ‘Atman’. Design helps pilgrims to immerse into an inward journey.
The Samadhi is submerged and does not over power main temple, while allowing backdrop of Majestic Himalayan Mountain. The design is also inspired by ‘spiral of life’ and allows for transformative experience to pilgrims.
Entry and Exit from Sanctum
Section through Temple Plaza and Samadhi Sanctum
Inner Sanctum of Samadhi after first snow fall post completion of project