Acharya Shri Mahashraman is among the few Preceptors and Thinkers who have not only promoted the concept of worshipping the soul far and wide, but also live and practice it constantly. His Holiness is a great Seer. He augments all the virtues of sainthood and is known as a determined yogi. He is a living example of the concept of the 'Sthitapragya' as described in the Shrimad Bhagvad Gita. This is the reason why every person entering his aura feels purity, peace and solace.
The life of His Holiness is more social than personal. While proficiently leading the Terapanth Dharma Sangh, he is well-known as an Ideal Yogi among the crowd of thousands. His soft facial features which are filled with peace and serenity are a symbol of his persistent soulful determination. The maxim of 'Be Inside, Live Outside' can easily be seen throughout his life. His undivided concentration sustains even in a clamorous environment.
His full focus and dedication towards the goal has strengthened his power of renunciation. His practice of self-discipline is excellent and unique. The driving force of India's Saint Traditions, the renunciation, is prospered by his soft feelings, self-discipline, sin-fearing and self-honesty. Due to the firmness of his internal austerity, H.H.Acharya Shri Mahapragya honored Acharya Shri Mahashraman as 'Mahatapasvi' or 'A Great Austere'.
His Holiness is an immaculate example of renunciation with vigilance. Practicing meditation in the peaceful ambiance at the dawn of the day is an important part of his daily life. Despite being engaged in activities and programs throughout the day, he always makes time for his spiritual embark.
One such seer, who does not require forest, ashram and solitude for spiritual practice. Whose aim is not to attain God but to attain thy soul.