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World’s Biggest Bhagavad Gita Shipping to Kurukshetra Jyotisar ISKCON Temple

World’s Biggest Bhagavad Gita Prepared in Italy

World’s Biggest Bhagavad Gita . Amazing . ISKCON Shri Krishna Arjuna Temple will get the greatest Gita with 670 pages. The sacred book weighing 800 kg is being set up in the presumed Milan city, Italy and would cost Rs 1.5 crore. The Holy Gita will be ornamented using Platinum ,Gold and Silver . Under development ISKCON Shri Krishna Arjuna Temple at Jyotisar in Kurukshetra of Haryana, horses for Arjuna Chariot are being prepared in People’s Republic China spending Rs. 4 Crores .

The valuable sacred book will supposedly will be ornamented utilizing Platinum, Gold and Silver, and it will be conveyed to India by means of ocean course. In this ISKCON sanctuary, steeds for Arjuna’s chariot are being set up in China spending Rs 4 crore.

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According to ISKCON Kurukshetra the Gita being imprinted in Milan city will be 9 feet long, 10 feet high, with 6 feet expansiveness. The front of the book will be metallic for solidness, he included.

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Uncommon engineered paper has been utilized to set up the pages of this sacred book, as the paper won’t dissolve in water. This uncommon Holy book will purportedly be incorporated into the Guinness Book of world records.

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Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi will introduce it in the period of December. Remarkably, the discourse of Swami Prabhupad, who is the author of ISKCON, on Gita will likewise entire 50 years this year.

The Shri Krishna Arjuna Temple is being developed according to the longing of Srila Prabhupada to have a sanctuary at the spot where Lord Krishna talked about the Bhagavad Gita to Arjuna.

News Source : Zee Business 

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