created other important and necessary facilities for the benefit of the visiting devotees, gave a face-lift to the Bhandarkhana (Temple-Kitchen), introduced Nitya Anna Daan (free meals for the visiting pilgrims), started the publication of Samsthan’s monthly journal ‘MANIK RATNA’ and edited it himself, published a lot of new books for the propagation Shri Prabhu’s ‘Sakalamat Siddhant’, successfully organized various celebrations such as Shri Manohar Manik Prabhu Maha-Niryan Shatabdi in the year 1977, Shri Martand Manik Prabhu Mahaniryan Shatabdi in the year 1986, Shri Siddharaj Manik Prabhu Maharaj Ji’s 50th birthday Celebrations in the year 1989, Saardha Shata Samvatsarik Jayanti Mahotsav in the year 1995 and the sesquicentennial celebrations of the Peetharohana of Shri Siddharaj Manik Prabhu Maharaj in the year 2005.
He is a prolific writer in Hindi, Marathi and Urdu and has composed over five hundred compositions in Hindi and Urdu with equal command portraying the various shades of human emotions and spanning over a broad spectrum of subjects such as philosophy, religion and current affairs. Recognising his contribution to the fields of literature and philosopy the Gulbarga University honoured him with an Honorary Doctorate.
Shreeji ascended the holy Seat of Shri Prabhu as its sixth Peethadhipati after the Maha-Samadhi of Shri Sadguru Siddharaj Manik Prabhu Maharaj in October 2009. Shri Maharaj ji inherits the illustrious legacy of his predecessors and combines in him the best of all his preceding Acharyas in terms of the level of spiritual attainment, the deep understanding of the scriptures with special regard to the principles of Advaita Vedant, which form the basis of Shri Prabhu’s Sakalamat Siddhant, the capacity to influence his followers to tread the path of righteousness through his knowledge-packed spiritual discourses, the deep sense of concern for the spiritual and material well-being of the society at large and the missionary zeal of his immediate predecessor His Holiness Shri Siddharaj Manik Prabhu Maharaj to work selflessly for the educational and social development of the poorest of the poor.
The Samsthan is set to scale newer heights in the service of humanity under his able and inspiring stewardship