A Spiritual Charitable Trust is a charitable organization that is registered under the Indian Trusts Act, of 1882. It is a legal entity    that can be created by an individual, family, religious group, or any other body corporate and operated for the benefit of its            beneficiaries. A Religious Charitable Trust can be used to carry out a wide range of charitable activities including education,          health, social welfare, and environmental conservation.

A Spiritual Charitable Trust (RCT) is a type of charitable organization in India. It was created to provide tax-deductible                   donations  to religious organizations or schools. An RCT can also offer other benefits such as donor anonymity and accelerated   donation   deductions.

The Spiritual Charitable Trust must be registered with the government as a nonprofit organization. The name of the trust should   be unique, and it should not duplicate any other existing entity or charity in India. The trust must have an authorized   representative who is duly authorized by the trustees to act on their behalf. The trust must file annual income tax returns       with the  government and make public disclosure of its financial information. The charity must comply with Indian tax laws and   regulations.