The Biggest Dome in the World
Philosopher Saint Shri Dnyaneshwara
WORLD PEACE DOME
World Peace Prayer Hall & World Peace Library
Dedicated to World Peace & Humanity
VISIONARY & CREATOR :
PROF. DR. VISHWANATH KARAD
Prof. Dr. Vishwanath Karad’s Life Mission to establish a ‘Culture of Peace in the World’ and deliverance of ‘Value Based Universal Education’ are embodied in the establishment of ‘World Peace Prayer Hall & World Peace Library’
PHILOSOPHER SAINT SHRI DNYANESHWARA WORLD PEACE PRAYER HALL & WORLD PEACE LIBRARY
An Architectural Wonder and ‘World’s Largest Dome at 160ft Diameter, it symbolises ‘the Quest for World Peace’
THE ARCHITECTURAL GRANDEUR
The Architectural Grandeur
This beautiful 160 ft. diameter and 263 ft. Height Domed Structure contains 54 larger- than-life-size bronze statues of some of the greatest Saints, Scientists & Philosophers in the history of mankind. It is presently known to be ‘World’s Largest Dome’ and rests only on 24 Pillars. The ‘World Peace Prayer Hall’ above can accommodate 3000 People and the ‘World Peace Library’ covers an expanse of 62500 Sq.ft. There are key facets like 7 Chakras in Meditation Centre, 12 Pillars and 108 Pillars that are part of this magnificent monument and stand for something that is more significant.
CONCEPT TO CREATION
Conceptualised, Designed, Planned and Created under the guidance and supervision of Visionary Educationist and Proponent of Peace- Prof. Dr. Vishwanath Karad, this WORLD PEACE Monument is dedicated to the Public to be a ‘Centre of Wisdom, Knowledge Dissemination and Social Transformation. The Saint Shri Dnyaneshwara World Peace Prayer Hall & World Peace Library aspires to educate the Masses at large and thereby help in establishing a Harmonious and Peace Loving Society. The ‘World Peace Dome’ practices the philosophy of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’- ‘The World as one Family’- A Global Village.
The Legacy of Greatness cast in Bronze
From the ancient monoliths to the most delicate David carved by Michelangelo, statues serve to remind us of either the men who they represent or the idea that the men represented! The World Peace Dome is adorned with 54 such jewels of humanity who have helped create Civilization and forward thought as we know it.
News & Events
Mr. Prakash Hinduja visited World Peace Dome at Loni VishwaRajbaug
22 December 2018
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