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  • Buddha Stupa & Temple

  • Sri Sarda Math

  • Thai temple, Sarnath

  • Sandstone Railing Work

  • Buddha stupa

Buddha Statue, Bodh Gaya

The 80 ft. Buddha statue was constructed by us in the year 1986-89 . The 80 ft. (25 m) statue is the first Great Buddha statue ever built in the history of India. The Statue is now a symbol of holy place Bodhgaya (Bihar), next to Mahabodhi temple.

Shri Sarda Math RamKrishna Mission, Kolkata

Shri Sarda Math RamKrishna Mission, Kolkata(Only Sandstone work)Construction:1983.


Stupas

Seven Stupas were constructed by us at different places for Schechen Monastery, Bodhgaya. Places are Sarnath (Varanasi), Kushinagar, Rajgir, Shravasti, Vaishali, Lumbini (Nepal), Sankisha. Construction: 2004-2010 Height:40 ft,

Thai Temple,Sarnath

Thai Temple,Sarnath Construction:1992.


Temple And Stupa

Temple and Stupa, Padma Samye Chokorling, For Nyingma Monastery, Khjuri, Sarnath, Varanasi Construction-2013

Ashoka Piller

Ashoka Piller,Sagun Crossing,Golambar,Patna Construction:2012.

Buddhist Monks Statue

Ten pieces 5 meter high Buddhist Monks Statue were constructed by us near The Great Buddha Statue, BodhGaya

Buddha Statue

Buddha Statue, Buddha Smriti Park, Patna Height 8 ft. Construction: 2013

Sandstone Stupa And Railing Work


Flower Pots


Graves


Lamp Post


Fountains


Jaali


 


 


Memorial Chhatri of Rajrishi Maharaja of Chhatarpur, Bundelkhand


One of the Sandstone temple for Raja Sahib of Searsole, Bengal


Sandstone Temple for late Maharaja Bahadur of Giddhaur, Bihar

Some Of The Tample Works Done By Us:
= Sandstone Stupa and Nema Temple, Sarnath {2013}
=Thai Temple Sarnath {1992}
=Jugal Mandir (Navlakkha Temple), Deogar,Vaidyanath Dham
=Sandstone Temple of Sri Ramkrishna Paramhans Deo at Kamarpukar, district Hooghly, Bengal
= Two ornamental sandstone Temple, each 40ft. high, for Raja Sahib of Searsole Raj, District Burdwan, Bengal {1921}
= Three big sandstone temple, stone plateforms, steps and perforated railings, for the Late Maharaja Bahadur of Giddhaur, bihar {1919}
=Memorial Chattri of Rajrishi Maharaja of Chhatarpur (Massive sandstone temple), Bundelkhand {1935}

(a) Sri Sri Jugal Mandir, Karanibad, Deoghar, Santhal Parganas Bihar (1937-41)
(b) Sri Ramkrishna Paramhans Deo's temple his birth place Kamarpukar District Hooghly (1951-52)
(c) Multi-coloured stone picture panels for Bokaro Thermal Power Station, Bokaro, District Hazaribagh, bihar (1951)
(d) Temple at Zeradai, district Saran, Bihar, for Bharat ratna Dr. Rajendra Prasad, ex-President of India (1952)
(e) Birla Institute of Technology, mesra, Ranchi (1955)
(f) Balram Swastha Seva Sangh, Khardah, 24-Parganas (1958)
(g) Gate no. 1, for Durgapur Steel Plant, Durgapur through M/s. Cementattion-Patel (1959)
(h) Residential House for M/s. Dulichand Kashiprasad, 5, Sterndale Road, Alipore, Calcutta (960-61)
(i) Residential House for Sri G. S. Nevatia, 15 Alipore Road, Calcutta (1961)
(j) Pavilion for the Residence of Sri B. M. Birla, Woodland, Calcutta (1961)
(k) Stone Jallies for Rabindra Art Gallery, Santiniketan (1961)
(l) Residential House for Sri S. Gupta, Managing Director, M/s. Martin Burn Ltd., 17/NC, New Alipore, Calcutta (1962)

Some Of Our Sandstone Work For "Martin Burn" At Different Locations:
= The Asiatic society, 1, Park street, Calcutta
= Cenral Building, College street, Calcutta
= Cenral Library, College street, Calcutta
=Institution of Bio-chemistry and experimental medicine, Jadavper, West Bengal
=Ramkrishna Mission ashram and students home, Narendrapur, West Bengal
= Sri Sarda Math, Ramkrishna Mission, Calcutta
= Ramkrishna Mission ashram, Rahara, West Bengal
= Ramkrishna Mission Institute of culture, Gol park, Calcutta
= City civil and session court, calcutta
= Head Post office, Howrah
= Income Tax office (Aykar bhavan), Calcutta
= LIC divisional office, Asansol, West Bengal

Sandstone Work For "Martin Burn":
= Ramkrishna Mission seva pratisthan, Calcutta
= Grindlays Bank, Calcutta
= Organon Factory, Calcutta
=Sree Saraswati Press, B. T. road, Calcutta
= City bank managers bungalow, Alipur, Calcutta
= Grindlays bank managers house, Alipur, Calcutta
= I.C.I. chairman and managing deirectors house, Alipur, Calcutta
= U.S. consultate, calcutta
= U.S.S.R. Trade representation complex, Calcutta

2. Through Messrs. Bengal Builders & Traders, P-13, Mission Row Extension, caslcutta for:-
(a) Main Entrance for Surendranath College, Calcutta (1960)
(b) Steps and Flower-Box etc, of two residential Flats of Late Dr. B. C. Roy, Chief Minister, West Bengal, at 33, Rowland Road, Calcutta (1962)

3. Through Messrs. Bridge & Roof Co. (India) Ltd. 427/1, Grand Trunk Road, Howrah for:-
(a) Main Administrative Building for Messrs. ACC-Vickers-Babcock Ltd., at Durgapur (1961)
(b) Central Laboratry Building for Messrs. Cementation-Patel at Durgapur (1961)

4. Through Messrs. Shapoorji Pallonji & Co. (Pvt.) Ltd., of Bombay for:-
(a) Director's House (1961)
(b) Directors Guest House (1961)
(c) Community Centre (1962)
(d) Club Building (1962)