Paramhans Sant Hirdaram Sahib was a symbol of simplicity even though endowed with enormous spiritual strength, a great thinker of world brotherhood, a synonym of the mission to uplift the down-trodden, the sufferers, the underprivileged. He was born on 21.09.1906 in a small village, Bhangun in Distt. Nawabshah (Sindh). Master Hirdaram, far away from worldly attractions since childhood, embraced “Sanyasa” (Renouncing the world) at the age of 18 in the guidance of his Guru, His Holiness Baba Hariram Sahib. He decided to remain Bal-brahmachari (Bachelor throughout the life) so that he can devote his entire life for Devotion of Almighty and upliftment of the society without any distractions.

Whosoever, be the simplest man or a dignitary like the Governor or Minister, met this spiritual soul, was impressed with his aura. His only message to everyone was – “Do something helping for your fellow brethren”. His service philosophy is a think-tank for everyone irrespective of the caste, colour, creed or nationality.


For carrying out the benevolent intentions of Paramhans Santji, a youth, Mr. Hotchand Dhanwani came forward. In view of his total dedication towards the above mentioned Service Philosophy, he was renamed by the Saint as “Siddh”- divinely blessed (one who will be successful in every walk of life). This youth is adorably popular amongst the masses and, therefore, is called “Rev. Siddh Bhau”. His wisdom, ideals, patriotism, co-ordination of activities, constant motivation, guidance and encouragement to the young volunteers – all these qualities have made him an institution in himself. Although the blessings & inspiration of Paramhans Santji are the most important factors for the benevolent activities, yet the contribution of Rev. Siddh Bhau is like that of Swami Vivekananda for continuing the mission of his Guru Ramkrishna Paramhansa. 


Our activities

Green Grass feeding to cows in gaushala's located in Jaipur and nearby Jaipur

Ration distribution to widows and needy poor families in Kanwar Nagar, Malviya Nagar, Pratap Nagar Jaipur

One day General camp (every 3rd sunday of the month at Doyra chaur village, Nayla, Jaipur