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About Vastu Vihar
We are a Company promoted by Technoculture Building Centre, an organisation sponsored by Ministry of urban Development - Government of India through HUDCO and BMTPC, "Under Goverment of India, Building Centre movement". The Concept of building centres in India, is less than twenty years old. These training-cum-production building centres in India designs building components that are cost-effective and that preferably use local materials. It undertakes the design and implementation of housing projects.
Yamuna - A victorian style unit with 4/5 Bedroom option for a large family. Ample space for garden and parking Awe inspiring exterior and exquisite interior finish. Smaller option also available on request and on availability basis.
Katyayani - A 4 Bedroom unit with and open portico, parking space and a large drawing room. Ideal for a medium sized family of 2/3 couples and parents.
Jayanti - A medium sized unit with 3 Bedrooms which includes a large Master Bedroom, ample living space . An open portico and a car parking which more than completes the design of the unit.
Shailputri - An affordable, cost effective and energy efficient design for a small family. Indepenent Unit of 2 Bedrooms, Two Batrhrooms, One Big Drawing/Dinning Hall, a Kitchen and one portico. A home to call your own even in this highly competetive era.
The initial years were very difficult. It was proving near impossible to implement the advanced cost-effective technologies commercially, there were no takers, and everyone wanted their homes to be built on the traditional technologies. Lack of awareness among the masses was the reason. Many new technologies were being implemented in western countries but there was no market for any of them in Bihar.