The buildings are situated near the ancient Pandava caves on the outskirts of Nashik, and built in honour of Dadasaheb Phalke, one of the pioneers of modern cinema in India. It includes a Buddha Vihar (meditation hall), an auditorium, an exhibition hall, a fountain, and a food court. Primary building materials consists of reinforced cement concrete and brick. All internal wall surfaces and pergolas are cement plastered, and floors are either made of polished Kota stone or black granite. The income generated by the project is used towards regular maintenance and upgrade work.
Source: Aga Khan Trust for Culture