An Acharya is the one who practices first, and then preaches. Sri Swamiji exemplifies this. He is a saint with deep intellectual and spiritual sensitivity, an embodiment of rare virtues. He is an epitome of boundless love for all beings. All His activities show His deep concern and compassion for the society which to a large degree lacks real spiritual dimension.
Any devotee can observe excellence in all aspects of His living. Right from Swamiji’s pristine appearance, His refined way of speech, the affection with which Swamiji addresses people in general, the lucidity and potency in His speech that can uproot ignorance in the receptive, all of this can be conspicuously observed and learnt from.
At the same time, He is the embodiment of detachment and renunciation. He is beyond any influence of the material world and its qualities, “gunas”. His presence permeates a strange feeling of divine happiness and peace in everyone around.
Swamiji wants to inculcate in our people, young and old, awareness of our heritage. He is always on the move most of the time meeting people and listening to their worldly and spiritual problems. Devotees get relief by just looking at His radiant, ever smiling face. His compassionate look cleanses our mind and raises our consciousness from the mundane to the divine. Blessed are those who have come under the influence of the revered Swamiji.