Joy of Giving

About Our Philanthropy Practices

Shri Shashikant Khamkar, through his leadership in the Winners Group, actively promotes the concept of “Joy of Giving.” He firmly believes that while receiving gifts can bring a momentary sense of happiness, true fulfillment in life comes from our ability to give and share with others. The profound inner joy we experience is a result of making a positive impact on the lives of those in need. This act of giving carries an intrinsic reward that surpasses the material value of any gift we might receive.

In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, “The best way to discover one’s true self is by dedicating oneself to the service of others.” Shashikant Khamkar emphasizes that genuine happiness lies in selfless giving, without expecting anything in return. Such acts of generosity not only boost our self-esteem but also bring lasting happiness.

Shri Shashikant Khamkar organizes the “Joy of Giving” event on the last Saturday of each month, providing a regular platform for individuals to experience the joy of giving.


Shashikant Khamkar points out an intriguing aspect of this joy: it endures longer than the happiness derived from receiving. Often, the delight we experience after a specific event or activity tends to fade over time due to a phenomenon called “hedonic adaptation.” However, research in the field of Psychological Science suggests that giving to others may be an exception to this rule, offering a sustained and fulfilling sense of happiness.

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Joy of Giving