The following booklet is titled “Embracing Corporate Social Responsibility” was published on 21, Nov, 2003 and was authored by Mrs. Anu R. Aga. The author starts by quoting one of Adam Smith’s literature that fits best with the subject of Corporate Social Responsibility. Further Mrs. Aga explains the definition of CSR and what are its functions for multiple stakeholders. The author also briefly discusses the social impact of the standing of an organisation by practising CSR and backs them by case studies. Factors taken well in consideration and gaining adequate importance in the circuit of organisations are namely; transparency and sustainable development. The author also elaborates the composition of customers and how it is related with the CSR as well as the pyramid of Employees who also contribute in inverse interaction with the organisation. Then the author comes down to describing components of Environment and community that can be amended for mutual benefits. The text also briefs upon the cooperation required with that of the chain of suppliers and government support as well as subsidies. The author concludes with the bans and boons of CSR and how it has run so far backed by data related to corruption and unfair business.