PM Britain’s first state Hindu school wows with marble temple

The showpiece of the school, which does not charge fees, is an eye-catching temple built from hand-carved Makrana marble from Rajasthan, the same marble that was used to build the Taj Mahal.

The smart school buildings are wood-clad, their roofs covered with grass and the “eco-friendly” compound includes a pond, a wildlife garden and an outdoor amphitheatre.

More on the Krishna Avanti school in London. Very cool. Roofs covered with grass. That might difficult to emulate!

About Aniruddha

President of the Hare Krishna Community in Melbourne Australia, amongst other things.
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