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Support the Avadhuta Foundation

Ways to Support the Avadhuta Foundation
 
The door to Papaji's satsang was always open.  In Lucknow, Papaji hosted visitors in his home until so many people were coming he didn't have the space to gather everyone.  A hall was rented out which became affectionately known as Satsang Bhavan.  Everyday visitors from all over the world gathered outside Satsang Bhavan.  The doors would open when all the floors were washed, fresh flowers and malas were lovingly placed and the cushions were arranged.  There was no fee to enter,  sales from the bookstore and cafe helped cover the bills, and the rest was paid for by the quiet donations of visitors. 
 
In this spirit, the Avadhuta Foundation has kept its doors open since it began in 1993.  The sales of books and recordings of satsang, never covered the expense of running the foundation.  We are supported and continue to exist through donations.  
 
Volunteer   
 
The Papaji Archival Library needs volunteers, you do not need to be local, if you have time to offer we would love your help.
 
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Make a Donation

Your donations are always welcome and support keeping the doors open to all who seek Papaji.    Your donation will help support:

  • --The creation of the Papaji Archives.
  • --Purchasing of software and a new computer for the archival project. 
  • --Converting all our foundation published books into e-readers,  epubs and audibles.
  • --Converting Nothing Ever Happened into a print on demand file.  The original files rotted in the monsoon in Tiruvannamali.  Recovering the files is a project well over $5000.

 The Avadhuta Foundation is a public 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and donations are tax deductible.