Numerous enlightened souls and great-men appeared on this earth with the immortal message of God, the supreme father. These dedicated souls served mankind in various ways and interpreted religions in accordance with their times. In this transitional period of science, technology and computers, the most revered Sudhanshuji Maharaj appeared on this earth to define the real character of religion; to awaken the powers lying dormant in human consciousness and to sound the bugle of human welfare. This divine soul in human body is one in the long series of divine souls that descended on this earth to define the worth and relevance of human life. After completing his education, meditation and acquiring spiritual enlightenment this great soul set on a journey to feel the pulse of his homeland. After returning from Thailand he traveled all over India from north to south and east to west.
During the course of this long and extensive journey he saw the rejected and dejected old people, orphans and the poor and a very large majority of people leading a life of illusion, taboos and meaningless conventions. This touched him deeply and stirred in him an urge to bring change and do something for the masses. He thought of serving them through awakening their consciousness and thus unlocking the most latent energy of their self-confidence. This thought of human service inspired Sudhanshuji Maharaj to establish the Vishwa Jagriti Mission on 24th March, 1991 in New Delhi, the national capital of India. This was the day of birth of Lord Rama also celebrated as Ram-Navami. The motto was ‘Reconstruction of Indian society’ based on the best ideals of Indian culture.
Maharajshri gave a new direction to human consciousness, employing the Maryada or great tradition of lord Rama ( known for his highest ideals ), the Karma-Yog or dynamic philosophy of Lord Krishna, the compassion of Buddha, non-violence of Mahavir and the ideals of popular saints such as Nanak, Kabir, Ravidas and others. He identified the values of human relations, ideals, bench-marks and traditions from Indian culture, and re-addressing them, he directed a great campaign of service to humanity. Hence was born the Vishwa Jagriti Missiion, a non-profit organization for the welfare of the masses. Over the last 20 years Vishwa Jagriti Mission has established more than 80 Mandals and Sewa Samitis all over the country for the up-liftment of the less privileged; service to the poor and down-trodden; for dissemination of faith and religion and selfless service to mankind. The efficient running of these centres and Samitis has set high standards for religious awakening and service of humanity. As a consequence one can feel the cool and soothing breeze of stirrings of human welfare and an all around inspiration among people. These blissful waves of spirituality, positive thought and service to mankind have swept across the nation and transformed the lives of millions of people in India and abroad. Mahrajshri is an epitome of goodness and has over six million devotes all around the world who acknowledge him as their intimate friend, father, philosopher, guide, and a blessed soul always guiding them on the path of humanity and bliss. His radiance of divine consciousness has today made the Vishwa Jagriti Mission a symbol of love, spirituality and humanity.