Religious and spiritual thinking of charity, virtue, and salvation has been prevalent in Indian society since ancient times. The rich people who receive good income from the society, act to help the weak or deprived people of the society in the form of charity. They get the self-satisfaction of meritorious earnings. Trying to put a smile on the faces of those in need is key. Even in the present time, big companies legally do social upliftment work. But with them, the company also gets many benefits. The following chart will be helpful to understand this process.
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