KYB Con­mat Sta­tion­ary Con­crete Batch­ing Plant En­sur­ing High Qual­ity Con­struc­tion of 700-ft High Vrin­da­van Chan­dro­daya Mandir at Mathura in UP


Vrin­da­van Chan­dro­daya Mandir, slated to be the world's tallest tem­ple, is un­der con­struc­tion at Vrin­da­van, Mathura. In­volv­ing an in­vest­ment of ₹300 crore, it will be one of the most ex­pen­sively built tem­ples in the world by ISKCON Ban­ga­lore. It has a foot­print of about 5 acres and a built-up area of 5,40,000 sq.ft. The tem­ple will bring vi­brancy to the area with a host of fes­ti­vals and reli­gious ac­tiv­i­ties through­out the year.

The project

With a height of 213 me­ters (700 ft) and of 70 storeys, the tem­ple will have a cap­sule el­e­va­tor to take vis­i­tors to the View­ing Gallery atop the tem­ple, giv­ing an im­mer­sive 3D sound and light ex­pe­ri­ence of the plan­e­tary sys­tem de­scribed in the Vedic lit­er­a­ture.

A look-alike of the ver­dant forests of Vrin­da­van will be recre­ated around this mag­nif­i­cent tem­ple from de­scrip­tions in the Sri­mad-Bha­ga­vatam, with the twelve forests of Braj. A Kr­ishna Lila Theme Park will in­clude themed sto­ry­telling areas, mu­si­cal foun­tains, gar­dens, lawns, and water bod­ies. Other at­trac­tions will be a Ya­muna creek with boat­ing, Braj her­itage vil­lage, a ‘goshala’ to recre­ate the at­mos­phere of the Vrin­da­van of Lord Kr­ishna, a Kr­ishna Her­itage mu­seum and Bha­gavad-Gita Expo, lec­ture halls, and a Cen­tre for Kr­ishna her­itage stud­ies.

KYB-Con­mat part­ners with VCM

KYB-Con­mat’s sta­tion­ary con­crete batch­ing plant CRP-900 IL5 has been se­lected for con­struc­tion of the pres­ti­gious project. “The project, is not of con­ven­tional de­sign, rather, it is carved, cir­cu­lar and three-di­men­sional, which makes it quite chal­leng­ing as such ar­chi­tec­ture is be­ing de­vel­oped for the first time in In­dia, and is at an in­ter­na­tional level with its beau­ti­ful ar­chi­tec­ture,” com­ments

Sailaj Verma, Se­nior VP- Sales at KYB-Con­mat Pvt. Ltd.

He adds, “The VCM team wanted to part­ner with a re­puted con­crete com­pany, which would be ex­pe­ri­enced and com­mit­ted to the project. We are proud to be as­so­ci­ated with VCM, and can of­fer a range of ma­chines for the project such as our con­crete batch­ing plant and tran­sit mixer. Our equip­ment will save con­struc­tion time, labour and the over­all cap­i­tal cost.”

He in­forms that VCM’s team along with the project man­ager vis­ited, KYB-Con­mat’s head of­fice at Vado­dara, as they wanted the spe­cial SCC con­crete for the tem­ple. The Self Com­pact­ing Con­crete is highly flow­able, non­seg­re­gat­ing, and can spread evenly to fill the form­work and en­cap­su­late the re­in­force­ment with­out any me­chan­i­cal con­sol­i­da­tion.

Sat­is­fied with the process and the end-prod­uct, the team from Mathura placed an or­der for KYB Con­mat’s 90 cu­bic me­ter/hour batch­ing plant and three tran­sit mix­ers of 7 cu­bic me­ter ca­pac­ity. Says

Ab­hishek Prakash, Project Man­ager, VCM, “KYB-Con­mat’s

ver­sa­tile and ro­bust prod­ucts are the most re­li­able, and the com­pany is also the best ser­vice provider. They give timely aftersales ser­vice and their spare parts are eas­ily avail­able. We wanted to part­ner with such a (re­puted) com­pany for this most pres­ti­gious project.”

KYB’s sta­tion­ary con­crete batch­ing plants are de­ployed world­wide for in­fra­struc­ture con­struc­tion, es­pe­cially con­crete roads, metro rail, high-rise build­ings, dams and other cru­cial projects.

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