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Assistant Professor Department of Management & Commerce Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to develop a Model of Sri Chandra sekarendra saraswathi gnana peetam(here on this will mention as SCSGP), a spiritual organization and its guidelines from sanathana dharma for ethical responsibility behavior and its reflection on individuals.
Design/methodology/approach: The paper first develops a Model for SCSGP based on its process to meet its vision. The paper then provides guidelines for various aspects of spirituality that impact on the way of leading ones professional/ personal lives
Findings: The paper developed STEP model for SCSGP’s and finds that in a decade span of time this organization has brought significant social as well as spiritual changes by their various activities which promotes spiritual standards and ethical values to the generations.
Practical implications: The paper has practical implications to practitioners of Spiritual Organizations and individuals in terms of developing Models which promote ethical aspects and spirituality by proclaim the richness of Sanathana Dharma in India.