Before the onset of the 21st century, the term’ Spirituality’ remained a very protected, insulated, and lesser visual concept, attracting the attention and touch of a specific genre of more than matured people only. Laced with acute materialism, the mass has considered spirituality nothing more than a ridiculous, irrelevant, and even derogatory idea. But the massive jolt felt alongside the global economic crisis during the first decade of the century caused a serendipitous arrival of the word–Spirituality–along with the terms, values, and ethics, in the ordinary person’s vocabulary. Today, it is a pervasive buzzword practiced by the masses in plural ways. Its past, present, and future instigated us to transform 36 insightful papers to the present Compilation– ‘Spirituality Beyond Repertoire: Leadership and Happiness Perspectives.’ Each article is thought-provoking and is food for the mind and soul. Spirituality, Happiness, and Harmony have been highly demanding issues and become more contemporaneous when the recently declared World Happiness Report 2018 places India on 133rd Rank against its previous Ranking of 122nd in 2017. World’s largest democracy downgraded by eleven positions in just one year is indeed a matter of grave concern. It isn’t very respectful to find India standing today much behind other SAARC nations.