Why A Stupa
While explaining the importance of Stupa founded on Relics, Bhagawan Buddha himself gave this clear instruction that the Relics of his body should be enshrined in a STUPA at a public place in some capital city, so that devoted people could pay respect to them and earn merit.
The Unique feature of this project is the construction of a Stupa in the ancient Indian, The Great Stupa of Sanchi -style in which Relics of the Bhagawan Buddha and Arahants will be enshrined.
The features of Sanchi Stupa being –
- A Central pillar, Yashtisymbolizing the cosmic axis and supports
- A Triple umbrella structure, Chattra, which is held to represent the Three Jewels of Buddhism—The Buddha, The Dhamma (doctrine), and The Sangha (The Monastic order).