'Viharcharya Isinam Pasattha' – an aphorism of Jain Aagam is truly practiced by Acharya Shri Mahashraman as he has devoted his life to travel remote places by foot, across hundreds of kilometers, visiting various villages, towns and cities, meeting and helping people and igniting a new enthusiasm within them. He strongly believes that it is a powerful way of being benevolent and empathetic.

Acharya Shri Mahashraman is among those great spiritual leaders and seers who consider that it is not enough to convey religious teachings but is driven by the feeling of public welfare from within and has voluntarily dedicated his life into it.

Till date, Acharya Shri has blessed several places such as Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Delhi with his auspicious visits. Many other places also await his presence. Acharya Shri has travelled on foot more than 20,000 kms and yet his enthusiasm adds new dimensions. His swift walking itself is a testimony to his sprightliness. He traverses the countryside, sometimes on stony and thorny paths, on a determined voyage towards his next destination.

During the substantial 'Ahimsa Yatra' covering almost 10,000 kms, hundreds and thousands of people had the opportunity to listen the soulful discourses by him. People lined the streets, hoping for a glimpse of the Acharya Shri, who always paused on his way, sharing inspirational words and taking life-transforming promises.

While on tour of the remote tribal areas, His Holiness explained the significance of principle of Ahimsa. Many tribal people not only listened and understood Ahimsa but also accepted it practically by renouncing hunting, addictive substances, non-vegetarian food and innocent killing.

More than 30,000kms of peregrination, for the welfare of mankind