Shri Ranjitsinh Chudasama


Shri Ranjitsinh Chudasama was born on 28th December 1940 at Vadhel village of Ahmedabad District in Gujarat in the 124th Lord Krishna generation of the Chandravanshi Yadukul which is at the core of the Sanatan dharm beliefs concerning the creation and history of the human race. His father Shri Vijaysinh Chudasama had already determined to give this third son a solid education and, lacking a school in the village, sent him to receive his education at the Taluka  boarding school. Shri Chudasama formed a habit from the outset to excel in his studies and having achieved first class first from the beginning, never settled for anything less for the rest of his academic career. He graduated in Civil Engineering in 1964 and thereafter took up service with private firms in Mumbai and Vadodara for a couple of years. He established his own construction company in 1966 and engaged himself in industrial and civil works for the next forty years. Keeping up with the changing times, his construction works also included a couple of industrial units specializing in computer hardware.
In 1974 his life took a turn which was to launch him on an entirely new journey. On an April day that month, he had his first darshan of Param Pujya Swami Rajarshi Muniji. That same evening, he heard Muniji’s discourse and made a firm mental resolve to accept him as his Guru.  The prescribed formal initiation followed in 1975 when he received Mantra Diksha from PP Muniji at Kripalu Ashram in Malav. Six years later, he started remaining in more regular contact with Muniji in order to render such service as may be needed. The service hours increased from 1983, followed in 1986 by a more regular fixed program of service at either Malav or Kayavarohan every Monday.
That same year (1986), at his own residence, by PP Munij’s grace he had experience of pran sfuran and mysterious darshan. The next day, the process of  khechari mudra manifested spontaneously and continued for the next three years.
In 1993 Dadaji gave darshan to PP Muniji and commanded that he undertake a campaign for the worldwide propagation of sanatan dharm. This created the circumstance for Shri Chudasama to find himself in the forefront of the activities that followed for  the pursuit of this campaign and in the institutional arrangements that were later put in place in that connection. In course of time, the Rajrajeshwardham complex also began to take shape and the responsibility for executing the construction of the Divyayatan also fell on Shri Chudasama.  Pujya Dadaji may well have inspired him to take up civil engineering as his hosen career to prepare him for this role that awaited him in a yet distant future. Alongside with this, he also had ample opportunity to associate with Muniji in his own activities in connection with the pursuit of the campaign, accompanying Muniji in all his travels in that connection and thus having opportunity to hear about 3500 hours of Muniji’s discourses delivered in States across the country and in Nepal. This was the period between 1996 and 2003 when Muniji undertook extensive tours and established 1600 Life Mission Culture Centres in several Indian States and across the border in Nepal.
In 2006 Shri Chudasama adopted the vanprasthi’s life and took up residence at Rajrajeshwardham, Jakhan. Muniji too resumed his secluded sadhana. But the work of the campaign continued and Muniji gave Shri Chudasama the responsibility of supervising the activities of the Pravritti paksh particularly with regard to the prabodhan  abhiyan.
There are multiple layers of aspects that constitute the Indian sanatan culture. They encompass routine daily activities, lifelong spiritual living, social and economic order, statecraft, time, space, etc. It has the capacity to show man the way to ideal life and living and epitomises the principle of the oneness of man (Vasudhaiva kutumbakam).  The task of preserving and propagating this Sanatan culture is difficult but God prosecutes it through his Saints ands Sages and that is how it goes on.  By Pujya Dadaji’s wish, this work is bound to gain momentum throughout the world. Shri Chudasama considers himself blessed to  be associated with this sacred work through the medium of his Gurudev Swami Rajarshi  Muniji.  He heads Life Mission as its Vice President Cultural Relations and in that capacity also shoulders the responsibility for supervising the newly created cadres of Sevadharmi disciples who constitute the main instrument for the further pursuit of the Abhiyan.  He has already travelled through many countries and States of India in its service as directed by PP Muniji, including USA, UK, Nepal, Mauritius and Thailand.  He has resolved to dedicate his entire remaining life to this noble task and seeks the goodwill of all in the successful pursuit of this noble aim.