Gomang Mundgod is part of the largest Tibetan settlement Doeguling 16,000 people. After the monastery, this town has 9 lay people in camps, the Central Tibetan Administration, Office of the Tibetans to put a school, hospital, health center, convent, elderly people at home, bank, cafeteria, hostel and guest houses. Gomang Monastery interacts with the larger Tibetan community, teaching the three R's in school, helping the hospital, Old Folks' home, and providing training for Tibetan Arts and Crafts for young people the solution, while providing work for local Tibetan and Indian people. In addition, of course, the monks perform religious ceremonies for the Tibetans. All these services are free of the Tibetan Community.
Mundgod Tibetan Settlement in the United States-based organization can help: Friends Tibetan settlements in India (FOTSI). This group, directed by Chela Kunasz, has recently published its annual report and newsletter. This document features compelling stories about some people who live and who has been part of Mundgod FOTSI's assistance program.
Income: income from the monastery comes from various sources: the monks perform Pujas or special prayer ceremonies for those who request spiritual assistance. Usually they get a donation for their efforts. Monks acre farm part of their growing rice and maize, and they are dairy barn. The monastery operates a cafe and guest houses in town and runs a small hostel in the Tibetan carpet factories in Nepal and Delhi.