Donation Scheme

SL. NO Particulars Tentative Cost
1 A hall to house the Library and research Centre INR. 9,00,000 or US $ 23,000 or 12,000
2 Six cottages to house the inmates of the short-term courses INR. 3,00,000 or US $ 7,500 or 3,500 (per cottage)
3 A Go-shala (Cow-shed) (to house about 30 cows) INR. 3,00,000 or US $ 7,500 or £ 3,500
4 A small shrine that will house the presiding deity of the Foundation at middle of the site INR. 6,00,000 or US $ 15,000 or 8,000
5 Other sundry buildings INR. 6,00,000 or US $ 15,000 or 8,000

The names of donors will be displayed on the building as well as the main office of the Foundation in a specially designed artistic plaque.

Other Donation schemes and services offered are:

  • Chief Patrons : Those who donate Rs. 5,00,000 or USD $12,000 or more
  • Patrons : Those who donate Rs. 2,00,000 or USD $5,000 or more
  • Chief Donors : Those who donate Rs. 1,00,000 or USD $2,500 or more
  • Donors: Those who donate Rs. 75,000 or USD $2,000 or more
  • Individuals : Those who donate Rs. 50,000 or USD $1,250 or more

Services offered to the Donors:

Time sharing of the cottages. All the above members would be entitled to stay at the picturesque cottages of the foundation as follows:

  • Chief Patrons: 5 weeks for two persons
  • Patrons : 2 weeks for two persons
  • Chief Donors: 1 week for two persons
  • Donors: 5 days for two persons
  • Individuals : 3 days for two persons

Food (pure, healthy, clean, traditional south Indian pure vegetarian) will be made available at nominal cost to all the members during the above period.

The donors may themselves come and stay at the cottages or nominate their friends / relatives for utilizing this facility.

  • Free copy of the publications of the Foundation
  • Free attendance to the short term / long term courses conducted at the Foundation (For two persons)
  • Free access to the library and research facilities at the Foundation (for two persons for one week)
  • Free Academic guidance for any course like Ph.D. (In Sanskrit literature / topics related to cross-cultural study of Sanskrit and Science etc.) (For one person in an year until the course is finished, at mutually acceptable intervals)
  • Regular mailing of the news-letter of the activities of the Foundation
  • Free entry to the music-concerts held at the Foundation premises. (For two persons as and when the same is held. It is proposed to have a music concert once in two months for the time-being)

It is proposed to begin the short term courses from January 1, 2007. Time sharing of cottages too would begin around the same time. Donors have to specifically book the cottages beforehand with the office of the Foundation. Preference of time will be given on first-come-first-served basis in case of clash of dates.

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