The Vedic kalash is an important feature of a Maharishi Sthapatya Veda building. The kalash is a perfect structure with precise measurements and proportions and forms an integral part of the overall height measurements of a building. The kalash, the pot of Soma or nectar, should be placed as a crowning ornament on the top of the roof or in other specified positions in accordance with the final Maharishi Sthapatya Veda elevation plan for your building. The kalash is often referred to as the connection between heaven and earth.

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Kalashes are available in a variety of colours - they can also be painted by clients to match a desired colour. The standard kalash gilded in 23 carat gold is always available. The kalash is made from sturdy non-toxic materials. Diagrams are available to assist with mounting the kalash on various types and shapes of roofs.

Range of Kalash Colours

Gold - 24 Carat Gilded - Bright

Pale Eucalypt Green

Sunshine Yellow



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Auspicious roof ornaments crowning the main and minor gables of Maharishi Sthapatya Veda homes and commercial buildings

Australian Gilded Gold Kalashes adorning 3 Mandaps on Maharishi's House

Gilded Gold Kalash on GMDO revolving dome, MERU.


Hastings, Victoria, Australia

Torquay, Victoria, Australia