Maharishi Peace Palaces planned for three areas in Southern California

16 February 2007

Dr John Konhaus, Raja of the Global Country of World Peace for California, recently visited the newly completed Maharishi Peace Palace in Ramona, California, and outlined plans for the creation of three more Maharishi Peace Palace projects in California.

1. Raja Konhaus has located 522 acres (211 hectares) of pristine land east of San Diego for one new Peace Palace project. It is a perfect Vastu (oriented according to the principles of Maharishi Sthapatya Veda), surrounded by Native American Indian land, and hasn't been built on for over 1,000 years. The land is dark black organic soil, very fertile, with artesian wells, and thus is perfect for Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture.

At an altitude of 4,000 ft (1.2 km), and the same latitude as Delhi, the climate is very similar to that of northern India. Raja Konhaus said that Vedic Pandits—peace-creating experts who have recently come to the United States from India—would feel very much at home here, as the area has the same climate and sacred feeling as at the Brahmasthan (geographical centre) of India.

Architects and engineers have planned 12 different building sites as housing and dining complexes—each with an area of 25,000 sq ft (2,300 square metres), for a total of 300,000 sq ft (27,870 square metres), to accommodate 1,008 people.

2. A further 60 acres (24 hectares) of land at Lake Arrowhead are designated for a Maharishi Medical College, with 12 residential buildings for students. Land acquisition is in process nearby for building both men's and ladies' campuses. These will serve the whole Los Angeles basin, with a population of 18 million.

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