Shreemat Swami Pranavanandaji Maharaj said materialism is not the ultimate goal of BHARATVARSHA they need morality, religion and philosophy. Propagation of religion, re-construction of the religious monuments and temples, service to the people, spreading education, social upliftment and building the nation were his motto of life. He devoted his entire life and energy for the society without much publicity. The time needed him. He said 'Rest is work and work is rest'. The journey from work to work is life. He considered idleness, lethargy, sleep, sensual activities are the greatest enemies of man.Vigour, religous efforts, self-confidence, freedom and self-respect are the great friends of the human being. He never dwelt on the high philosophy of religion and never created a seperate group. He practised religion by serving the man in distress irrespective of caste, creed and religion. He explained the basic values of life and cautioned about the pitfalls. Man can live a decent life by following his advice.
He realised that peace and happiness can come only through unity and understanding among the people. He could forsee the strength of organisation for the sake of unity. Toleration and mutual trust are the foundation stone of a society. He worshipped the strength in the human being and hated the cowardice. Unity is strength, which open the door of mutual faith and trust amongst all religions of the world.He was secular in his outlook, but stressed that friendship is possible amongst the equals.
He never wanted his name to be associated with the organisation he created, but the millions of Hindus and the Humanity cannot forget him and his creation, the Bharat Sevashram Sangha.
THE SANGHAS CLARION CALL
Mankind irrespective of creeds, faiths and vocations, rich and poor, householder or sannyasi,if they, by any means, directly or indirectly come in contact with the Sangha-Lord, Sangha-Shakti or Sangha activities their ideas and knowledge will evolve most speedily and lead them to the path of Salvation and Immortal Bliss. The Sangha sends its clarion call to the people of India and the humanity at large irrespective of class and creed to come forward and rally under the banner of the Sangha for greater emancipation,-individual, social and national.