I am Professor of Economics and Executive Director of one research organization in Nepal - Centre for Economic and Technical Studies. After working for more than three decades in South Asian region on economic and social issues, I have now come to conclusion that the modern day economics is a failure as it does not have any direction - a blind guiding another blind. It is spirituality that gives the eyes, which, however, is largely lacking in modern economics. But what is good is that there has been a lot of work in Hinduism and Buddhism as to how to connect economics with spiritualism. This needs to be unfolded for the common good of the mankind by connecting economics and spiritualism together.