The world’s largest pyramid is Maitreya Buddha Pyramid located at Kanakapura Road on the outer suburb of Bangalore (now Bengaluru) in Indian state Karnataka. With an intake capacity of 5000 people, the pyramid is built purposely to practice intensive meditation.
The whole surrounding of Maitreya Buddha Pyramid is called valley campus which covers an area of 40 acres. The campus contains all the natural and modernized structures including water bodies, rocky hillocks, coconut groves and Buddhist themed lush green gardens.
This Pyramid is built on the principles of Giza Pyramid, on a square base of dimension 160 ft x 160 ft. Its height is 104 ft. The exterior faces of the pyramid have engraved murals that depict various elements of nature. The pyramid has 34-ft high, spiral and vibrant King’s Chamber which is considered the most energetic spot of the valley. The chamber can hold 40 people for meditation simultaneously.
To amplify the cosmic energy of the pyramid, 640 natural Himalayan crystals are engraved inside the pyramid’s meditation hall. Pyramids since long time are considered to be very powerful storehouses of energy. Their unique geometric structure can store, collect and radiate cosmic energy which soothes mind, soul and body.
The valley campus has 150-people capacity Conference Hall with private garden area and Amphitheater with lush green lawns. For accommodation the valley campus has beautifully designed luxury and standard rooms as well as budget dormitories. The foods available are simple Indian vegetarian meals.