World’s First 3D Printed Temple in Siddipet

3D Printed Temple

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The future of architecture, technology, and spiritual marvel converges in an extraordinary construction as Apsuja Infratech in collaboration with Simpliforge Creations proudly announced the inauguration of the world’s first 3D Printed Hindu Temple at Charvitha Meadows. This famous temple, which is situated in the center of Burugupally, Vayupuri, Siddipet, stands tall as a tribute to innovative thinking and rich cultural legacy.


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The temple was inaugurated today by Mr. Waseem Chaudhary, Chief Technology Officer of Simpliforge Creations, Mr. Amit Ghule, Chief Operating Officer, and Mr. Hari Krishna Jeedipalli, Managing Director of Apsuja Infratech. After months of intense labor, the temple was painstakingly constructed to represent the fusion of modern technology and tradition. At 35.5 feet tall and covering 4,000 square feet, this architectural wonder is a breathtaking example of human ingenuity and dedication.


After the Prathistapana is completed, the temple is set to open to the public on November 24, 2023. Devotees and enthusiasts are welcome to experience the temple's spiritual aura and architectural brilliance.


Thaneeru Harish Rao, Hon’ble Minister of Finance, Health- Medical & Family Welfare- Government of Telangana said “It is definitely a proud moment for Telangana, as a 3D printed place of worship like never before in the world is built in Siddipet and this is just stepping stone for the architectural innovations in the days to come. I wish more innovative thoughts like this are on the way and adds value to the ever-growing state of Telangana”.


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3D printed temple

Mr. Hari Krishna Jeedipalli, Managing Director, Apsuja Infratech said that "Bringing divine visions to life through the synergy of innovation and tradition, the 3D-built Hindu temple at Charvitha Meadows in Siddipet stands as a testament to our dedication in merging technology with spirituality, forging a sacred space that transcends time and elevates the soul."


Waseem Chaudhary, Chief Technology Officer, remarked, "The Garbhagudis have been meticulously designed to enhance the resonance of Vedic chants, mesmerizing devotees with their reverberations. Drawing inspiration from the Puri Jagannath temple style, the Gopuram designs showcase our commitment to architectural finesse and cultural heritage."


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The temple was painstakingly constructed using Simpliforge's unique 3D Printable Construction material, Simply Crete, breaking boundaries in both construction and design. The Modaka, Shivalay, and Lotus Garbhagudi sanctums, as well as the dome Spires, were all created using on-site 3D printing, which required over 70 days of nonstop printing.


Traditional construction methods were used to emphasize the fusion of traditional techniques with futuristic innovation in the construction of the Mandapam slab of the temple. Furthermore, this innovative project is evidence of Apsuja Infratech and Simpliforge's commitment to innovation and their push for automation in the construction industry. Among the noteworthy aspects are that the temple was constructed entirely on site, demonstrating the rapid pace and structural integrity made possible by 3D printing technology.


With this groundbreaking accomplishment, Apsuja Infratech and Simpliforge Creations have established themselves as leaders in 3D printed architecture worldwide in addition to carving out a niche for themselves in the construction sector.


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