DASHAMAMSHA is Sanskrit for
“giving a tenth.”
Dashamamsha refers to the time-honored practice, in both Hindu and other spiritual traditions, of offering the first fruits of one’s labor to God.
The Jaya Kula Board of Directors is pleased to introduce you to a new sliding-scale donation program called Dashamamsha.
When you join Dashamamsha, you support the teachings, the teacher and our Mandala by giving a percentage of your income.
In most cases, people who participate in Dashamamsha may attend all satsangs, regular and special teachings, live-streams, on-going teaching cycles and retreats without making further donations.
Dashamamsha opens the way for you to enjoy more ease and freedom in coming to teachings, and it is a direct expression of your participation in Jaya Kula as members of a householder spiritual family.
We encourage you to read the Dashamamsha Program Flyer below and then decide if you would like to participate.
If you have any questions about Dashamamsha, you can ask on the MGO channel on Slack. A Board member will respond. You can also contact Nirmana or Santosha privately with your questions, or to enroll.
Read the Dashamamsha Program Flyer (PDF)