Some other facilities at the monument include:
Spaced around a 300x300 ancient kund are three exhibitions halls, namely Sahajanand Darshan (Hall of values), Neelkanth Darshan (IMAX theatre) and Sanskruti Vihar (boat-ride).
The first exhibition hall takes visitors through the experience of universal human values like, faith, tolerance, honesty, compassion, non-violence depicted through a series of light and sound shows with audio-animatronic figures and panoramic settings, generating a sensory experience.
Neelktnah Darshan is a large-format film projected on a giant screen measuring 85x65ft. It is the first-ever period film about India's culture and spirituality, revealed through the incredible journey of an 11-year-old child-yogi, Neelkanth. It was filmed in 108 locations in India, with a cast of 45,000 people.
Sanskruti Vihar is a 12-minute boat ride showcasing Indian culture and values, Vedic civilisation, Takshashila and India's contributions to science and society. Visitors will experience re-creations of events and atmosphere through thematic settings and arenas of our glorious culture that dates back to over 10,000 years.
The Contemplative Gardens
Bharat Upavan is a creative and meditative centre, with cultural spots displaying bronze sculptures. Thematically landscaped, the vast, sloping emerald-green lawns and gardens have 60 bronze sculptures honouring Indian heroes, national leaders and women.
AARSH (Akshardham Centre for Applied Research in Social Harmony)
The study-action centre will conduct applied research in social harmony and related topics like culture, character, environment, education, de-addiction and family values.
Image: Fountains and landscaped gardens are a feature of the monument