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Why ??? International Vaishnava Monastery in Europe. On behalf of all project partners Your humble servants BVG Janaka das. www.OurMonastery.wordpress.com. Why in Europe?. Why in Europe?. Why Now in Europe?. Why Now in Europe?. Why Now in Europe?. Why Now in Europe?.
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Why ???International Vaishnava Monastery in Europe On behalf of all project partners Your humble servants BVG Janaka das www.OurMonastery.wordpress.com Why in Europe? Why in Europe? Why Now in Europe? Why Now in Europe? Why Now in Europe? Why Now in Europe? Hundreds of Monasteries in Europe Why a Monastery Why a Monastery Why a Monastery Why a Monastery Respecting the Western People History and Mentality Why a Monastery Monastery – Culturally acceptable to be Restricted Area for Women Why a Monastery 7 for WomenMonasteries in today Latvia Why a Monastery Monks and Monasterie in Germany for Women Why a Monastery Why a Monastery for Women Support Structure of Monasteries in Europe for Women Why a Monastery Government Support for Women Why a Monastery Government Support for Women Conditions
  • Presenting our self as social workers, which anyway we do
  • Why a Monastery
  • We can receive Government financial and law support, whenwe form properly documents, according to government laws, at least in Euro Continent 34 countries including Latvia, UK, Germany, Denmark, Sweden etc
  • Government Support for Women
  • Lifelong support for monks can be received in forms of food, closing, shelter and medicine (including hospital expenses).
  • Why a Monastery
  • This is How so many other Monasteries are surviving and flourishing, Where ISKCON CAN learn
  • Government Support for Outreach (Social Program) for Women Why a Monastery Government Support for Outreach (Social Program) for Women Why a Monastery Government Support for Outreach (Social Program) for Women Why a Monastery Government Support for Outreach (Social Program) for Women Why a Monastery What Kind Of Social work for WomenGovt Expects? Why a Monastery What Kind Of Social work for WomenGovt Expects? Why a Monastery What Kind Of Social work for WomenGovt Expects? Why a Monastery What Kind Of Social work for WomenGovt Expects? Why a Monastery What Kind Of Social work for WomenGovt Expects? Why a Monastery Why a Monastery for Women Why International for Women
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  • Thee for Women Case Studies
  • Case Study 1 – Buddhist “Forest Sangha trust” 16 Monasteries
  • Forest Sangha trust (www.ForestSangha.org) at 2012 unite 16 Buddhist Monasteries in West including England, France, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, Italy, Canada and the United States and 4 Monasteries in Thailand with 122 Western Monks (Eldest 45 year serve as monk) and 11 Western Nuns. Now trust setting up two new Monasteries - in Brazil and Portugal.
  • Govt for Women Support to Monastries
  • Amaravati Buddhist monastery (www.amaravati.org) have close cooperation with Thailand government, Embassies and local governments. Local and foreign governments and NGO’s support monk social security in terms of food, closing, shelter and medicine (including hospital expenses).
  • Amaravati for Women Monastery annual budget
  • The budget of the Amaravati Monastery at on 2011 was total: £348,000 (USD 525’600). Equivalent to approximately £6,700 per week or £950 per day. The figures exclude 'dana' for food and other gifts in kind on average £500-600 per day.
  • Average daily expenses per one Monastery resident including gifts £58 (USD 80).
  • 35 Monastery residents = monks 19 + 8 nun + 8 long time volunteers.
  • Case Study 2 – Mount Athos with 20 Christian Monasteries for Women Case Study 2 – Mount Athos with 20 Christian Monasteries and about 2000 Monks
  • After reaching a low point of just 1,145 mainly elderly monks in 1971, the monasteries have been undergoing a steady and sustained renewal. By the year 2000, the monastic population had reached 1,610, with all 20 monasteries receiving an infusion of mainly young well-educated monks. In 2009, the population stood at nearly 2,000 monks, where many younger monks possess university education and advanced skills.
  • Mount Athos with 20 Christian Monasteries and about 2000 Monks
  • In all Mount Athos (www.WikiPedia.org and www.AthosWeBlog.com) territory (335 km2 or 130 sq mi) is a prohibition on entry for women, to make living in celibacy easier for those who have chosen to do so. Monks feel that the presence of women alters the social dynamics of the community and therefore slows their path towards spiritual enlightenment.
  • Case Study 3 – Roman Catholic monks and nuns Monks Case Study 3 – Roman Catholic monks and nuns Monks By Cooperation We Can Do Wonders… Monks By Cooperation We Can Do Wonders… Monks Thank You Very Much Monks For more detail please visit “International Vaishnava Monastery and Farm Community in Europe” website www.OurMonastery.wordpress.com
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