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Sachin Tendulkar's 100th Century-A marvellous achievement

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Talking of charity, I have a confusion in my mind on "that Charity begins at home". I want to know that charity begins (at home) in giving or taking!

The phrase charity begins at home actually indicates that one should first take care of family and people close to him/her before practising charity (giving)

As a Grihastha -family person, you have to take care of your family first...However the challenge is to surmount the family pressures and give a small portion to charity..A true sanyasi forgets his close people, renounces his desires and works towards the common good of the society...His entire wealth is for the society...

Regarding taking charity I remember madipichai (taking alms) as a Seva to Lord when some wish is granted
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