Family at home and Government in country must follow the expenditure pattern as:

1) 25% as repayment: to mother and father i.e. to the elder generation, i.e. to Banprasth ashram/kashtriya-leadership, police, army, judiciary

2) 25% as loan: to son and daughter-to the younger generation/Bhramcharya ashram- students/Sudra-service sector.

3) 25% as expenditure: to self and spouse i.e. to present generation/Grihastha ashram/business class-to maintain trade and commerce,

4) 25% as contribution: to grandparents/contribution to society and government, region and religion/Sanyas ashram/Brahmins-teachers, planners, masters, ombudsman.

5) When one dies his/her will in respect of assests must be respected. If one has not written one's will than distribution of wealth must be discussed in the society; in presence of family member, senior and respected member of society, senior official of government and in wealth distribution of deceased some portion must go the government relief fund as well as for society welfare. This must be on case to case basis.

It reflects that one need not to amass wealth suppressing his/her desire.

A. Government Expenditure on older generation requires.

(i) 1) 24% on Health.
2) 24% on foods, clothes, entertainment and security
3) 24% generally on religious and social works.
4) 24% as reserve, and to do charity at home or to support in development of future generation
5) 4% Miscellaneous.

Here natural destitute senior citizen, or those, who somehow cannot be taken care at home has to be provided Facility by Government or society but must be supported by government.

(ii) Government expenditure on future generation requires: -

32%, on food, clothes, health, security and entertainment.
32%, on education, ethics and practical.
32% , on venture and adventure.
4%, on Miscellaneous.

(iii) Government expenditure on young generation: -

32%, on food, clothes entertainment and security.

8%, on health and hygiene.

28%, on social functions/ceremonies, venture and adventure.
24%, on family Prabandh/management.
8%, as Reserve.

(iv) Government Expenditure on society:-

32% for collective development of society,
40% for defense and army,
8% for research and development.
8% for risky venture
8% for Nyay Vyavastha (judiciary).
4% as Cash reserve.

In all paradigms, salary should not exceed 25% of govt. revenue and rest 75% for the real work.

B. In developing stage expenditure may vary like below (Out of every 100)

18% as repayment: to elder.
18% as loan for future generation.
18% as expenditure for self
24% for the society.
18% to meet exigency and development goal.
4% saving.

C. In time of luxury expenditure has to follow (out of every 100)

25% on future generation
25% on elder generation.
20% on self
10% on defense and army.
5% on internal security
3% on infrastructure.
2% on Nyaya Vyavastha.
1% on celebration.
5% savings
4% Benevolence.

All budgets must emanate from above, and budgeting has to be done by each segment and sector and then collectively.

1. Future budget will follow the guideline given by sages.

2. Unlike Railway, Defence and General budget, every (ministry) sector will have to present its budget and then collective budget by finance minister for all sectors.

3. Short term yearly - long term- hundred, fifty, ten and five year budget will also be presented, quarterly review of entire budget work, realization of work (not only the expenditure part) will be made, report and correction, if any, will be presented to public.

4. After presentation of budget, views of public will have to be taken (and not only of Member of Parliament) for accommodation of views in finalization of budget; reply to every suggestion will have to be a norm. In case of controversies between viewer and reviewer, ruling party president, chief justice, controller and auditor general and chief religious leader has to decide.