Layher Allround For Mahamastakabhisheka Mahotsav
The Layher Event system is a construction kit, which can use to erect a wide variety of stages and stands. With the Layher Event systems can choose between different sizes, where the systems differ from each other in terms of the ground plan (layout) and in particular in the design of the stands. Thanks to the removable plastic corners on the Event decks, you can construct practically all variants of desired stages and stands.
Scope of Work: Installation of scaffolding and temporary platform for Mahamasthakabhisheka 2018 at Shravanabelagola, Hassan District. Mahamastakabhisheka - 2018, the head anointing ceremony is performed once in 12 years to the 57 feet tall monolithic statue of Lord Bahubali at Shravanabelagola. It was built circa 981 A.D. and is one of the largest free-standing statues in the world.
Shravanabelagola, nestled by the Vindhyagiri and Chandragiri Hills, protected by the monolith Bhagwan Bahubali, and home to over 2,300 years of Jain heritage, is a veritable picture postcard of our history and heritage spanning the centuries. In the town of Shravanabelagola, stands a colossal rock-cut statue of Lord Gommateshwar Shri Bahubali.
Allround Scaffolding Structure Behind Bahubali for Mahabhisheka
The main Structure for Mahamastakabhisheka is constructed just behind Lord Bahubali on top of Vindhyagiri Hill. The main Scaffolding structures are used by devotees/Pilgrims for Mahabhisheka. 400 sq.m area was considered for construction of Scaffolding structure with two platforms at shoulder level and Head level. The Shoulder levels have connected with two cantilever left and right side of Statue to make Mahabhisheka from both the sides. The Head levels have cantilever just above the head levels to Mahabhisheka from head levels. Maximum number of devotees/Pilgrims have made Mahabhisheka from Head level. Design of heavy duty cantilever has been considered to bear heavy load during Mahabhisheka. The existing floor area available is double story monolithic structure supported with stone beam, and slab resting on column.The bottom main existing monolithic structure is also supported with scaffolding to provide additional stability of the existing structure during Mahabhisheka. The total height of Scaffold Structure is approximately 21.2 m from Ground level. It was unsupported with existing structure.
Lift: Layher Scaffolding is used for construction of lift for devotees/Pilgrims to reach up to top shoulder and head level. Additional scaffold structure is constructed for support of two lifts, thanks to Allround Scaffold for supporting lift against wind force and horizontal force coming on structure at top of the hill. The capacity of lifts is 1 ton, which. Which are used to transport materials used for the Mahabhisheka and devotees/Pilgrims up to top of Head levels.
Stair Tower 500: The main structure connected with two 16-standard/leg stair towers 500 for access to main scaffold structure for Mahabhisheka. The width of both the stair towers was 1.57 m with landing at every 2.0 m height with proper fall preventing systems. One stair towers is used for entrance and the other one for exit of devotees/Pilgrims during Mahabhisheka. The Load bearing capacity of Stair tower is also designed to bear 5 kN/m².
Event Deck: Event deck is used for construction of Platform at shoulder level and Head level. It has been well designed to bear are designed to bear 5 kN/m² for devotees/Pilgrims and storage of materials for Mahabhisheka. The special design of cantilever on both the levels are able to bear more than 5 kN/m². The substructure of the Layher Event systems is created from Layher Allround scaffolding. Event transom of aluminium section with connecting wedge heads of galvanized steel holds the Event decks. Clamping lock of spring steel connects the Event deck to the Event transom and acts as a lock against lift-off. All safety measures are considered for fall protection of devotees/Pilgrims during Mahabhisheka. Thanks to the structure designed for heavy load and successfully supported against heavy crowd gathered during Mahabhisheka – 2018.
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