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Gauranga Das is contributing in the areas of promoting and developing cultural heritage, pilgrimage sites and traditional arts. The 10 acres land in GEV has been landscaped as a replica of the original Vrindavana town of India with ghats, stone chatris, kunjas, samadhis, vatas, hand carved cobble stone/ marble tiled pathways etc.
A 40 feet Vedic stone temple is constructed in GEV using Bansi Paharpur pink sandstone. This temple is having hand carved ornate carvings of Krishna’s pastimes in Vrindavana around its dome and is thus preserving that ancient art of hand carving stones.
He is also currently involved in co-ordinating the construction of the full size replica of the original Radha Madan Mohan Temple, a 60 foot high temple, which was inaugurated in 1580 on a 50 feet hill called Dvadasaditya Tila, next to the Yamuna in the city of Vrindavan.