In order to understand plight of people and possible solutions for dispelling ignorance, he went on a pilgrimage to all the holy places in different parts of India. Later, he went on a world tour to share his knowledge and rich experiences of spirituality, he developed a very broad vision to serve society based on the greatest dictum “Vasudev Kutumbhkam”. Meaning “the whole world is one family”. He realized that there is only one way to remain near the Divine by serving Humanity at large viz. providing food to the hungry, shelter to the homeless clothes to the needy, and knowledge to those in darkness. He worked relentlessly against cow slaughter & created shelter for hundreds of cows. Later he offered these cows to the poorest of the poor to maintain their livelihood.
Swami sharad Puri Ji’s passion for knowledge, inspired by Divine within, opened a new vision of serving people through educating young minds. He says “Education is the search of knowledge; and the Vedas aim at the highest education of the self. Therefore both modern and vedic education must be combined to train the young for the future of the world”. Wamiji not only believes but a also put into action the dictum of vidyadan. (Gift of Knowledge); which is the greatest of all. Swamiji laid down many objectives for an integrated education: