About MAHA MANDIRAM CONSTRUCTIONS
"Architecture is about harmony. It is about giving shape to the empty spaces on our planet. Every single edifice should be part of its environment. Not an anomaly that sticks out of earth, out of sync with its back ground."
This is the guiding philosophy of Maha Mandiram Constructions. It is our steadfast belief that a structure erected for human existence has to follow more than just structural and geometrical rules. It has to be guided by a vision of life. When completed, it should make the inhabitant feel welcome, and livable. It should make him feel unrestricted in body, mind and soul.
Not only is a structure a supreme promise to the individual who is to inhabit it, but it also a great responsibility on our part not to destroy but enhance the fragile harmony that exists in and around the environment it is born. All Maha Mandiram projects place special emphasis on this truth.
Another equally powerful belief at Maha Mahamandiram can be roughly translated as, "what can be done well in 1 sq.ft should never be done in 2." We call it the 'theory of preservation.' It stems from the fundamental truth that planet earth provides only a limited area for construction. A negligent approach to 'scale' when building, is a flagrant disregard for what we leave behind for our children. Hence, you will notice that even the grandest of our creations have a beautiful compactness about them. They seem to stand tall with pride, with a sense of being 'intelligent buildings.
'Maha Mandiram Contructions is ever searching for newer approaches to residential structures. It is of complete confidence that the technological advances will bring forward ever newer methods and material for construction that will reduce costs, offer more malleability, drastically cut short time taken for construction, be more effective against the elements and last longer.
We are an independent business unit of Cears Group, an organization with diversified business interest having its corporate base in Bangalore, Karnataka though having fundamental roots in Cochin, Kerala