The book tries to make readers aware of the tradition of economic humility throughout the ages as a basis of sustainable economy. It delves into the importance of principles of non-possessiveness, non-attachment, non-hoarding, non-grasping and related qualities. In this context, it emphasises on the concept of aparigraha with reference to different branches of study. It studies the views of personalities on the concept. It details the concept of non-possessiveness and non-grasping in the different religious traditions. Approaching the notion and principles from philosophical, religious, psychological, sociological, economic, ecological an scientific perspectives, it discusses significance of the Islamic concept of justice, social welfare and a social system based on the principles, need for business ethics, ancient and modern materialism, and how politics and policy are linked to come up with approaches on sustainability and government initiative.