Sadhu Vaswani Mission


The Sadhu Vaswani Mission is headquartered in Pune, Maharashtra with center’s all over the world.


The Mission was founded by Sadhu T.L. Vaswani as the Sakhi Satsang and later as the Brotherhood Association to foster spiritual upliftment, cultivate the soul, and undertake humanitarian activities irrespective of caste, creed, and color. After Sadhu Vaswani dropped his mortal frame in 1966, Dada J.P. Vaswani reinstituted the organization as Sadhu Vaswani Mission and guided the Mission and countless spiritual aspirants as a Spiritual Master until July 12, 2018, when he moved into the unseen


The Mission serves all sections of the society irrespective of religion, caste, creed or community. Its service activities today encompass several segments that impact the lives of the people- social, educational, healthcare and spiritual.


The Sadhu Vaswani Mission seeks to bear witness to the truth that there is but one life flowing in all men, birds, animals, things animate and inanimate. It believes that life must have a spiritual orientation and promotes the practice of kirtans, prayers, meditation and above all, love for others. The others are not apart from us, we are all part of One Whole.


The pivot of the Mission’s activities is the daily satang; an ever-flowing fountain of soulful music, devotion, spiritual solace and ceaseless inspiration to all seekers of God. Special Satsang’s are organized on Hero Days, to commemorate the Great Souls. Sadhana (meditation) Camps are held across the world to rekindle the spiritual flame within hearts of aspirants.


Selfless service is at the core of the Mission’s activities. Sadhu Vaswani often said, “I have but one tongue. If I had a million tongues, I would repeat this one word Give, Give, Give!” In bearing witness to this great ideal of the founder, innumerable social service programs are tirelessly carried out by the Mission center’s world over.



Sadhu T.L. Vaswani, to thousands across the world, is a name synonymous with reverence for all life. Indeed, he was the living embodiment of an unsullied love that recognized no boundaries, unconditional love that knew no bounds. He embraced all that breathed the breath of life; man, animal, birds, and all living beings. His love also flowed out to the inanimate and through them breathed the vibrations of his all-encompassing love.

​A contemporary saint of the 20th Century, Sadhu T.L. Vaswani was born on November 25, 1879, in Hyderabad Sind, in undivided India. He was an Indian educationist who helmed as the principal of several prestigious colleges and later redefined learning through the ‘Mira Movement In Education’. He was also a prolific writer who authored several books in English and his native language Sindhi. A born orator, when he spoke, he filled the hall with the rich lyrics of his words and even richer music of his heart. He was a poet, a mystic, a sage and, in the words of Dr Cousins, the Irish Poet he was “a thinker and a revealer of the deep truths of the Spirit.”


International Meatless Day

Stop All Killing (SAK), an initiative pioneered by Dada J.P. Vaswani was first initiated in 1986, through the declaration of the 25th of November, Sadhu T.L. Vaswani’s birthday, as the Meatless Day. The SAK Campaign promotes compassion, non-violence, and reverence for all life. On this day, pledgers abstain from all foods of violence and intoxicants. 

The global reach of the movement led to the declaration of 25th November as International Meatless Day. 


A MESSIAH Of The Voiceless

Dada, the voice of the voiceless, has been a strong advocate of the rights of birds and animals and spoken at world forums on the atrocities committed against defenseless beings. Each year, regardless of his age, he has been at the forefront of the rath yatra, held annually on Sadhu Vaswani’s birthday, 25th November appealing to one and all to abstain from all forms of flesh food and intoxicants.

A Humanitarian

Pleas of no soul went unanswered at the doors of Dada. He lived the pain of another and despite his age and health; reached out to anyone in dilemma. The establishment of Sadhu Vaswani Medical Complex offering treatment with both professional excellence and compassion are precedents to his humanitarian living. He has also been an integral part of village upliftment, relief, and rehabilitations. Alongside, extending support to the underprivileged through scholarships, financial aid, and monthly supplies is another of essential activity.

An Educationist

The Mira Movement In Education founded by Sadhu T.L. Vaswani has since its inception grown by giant strides under Dada’s leadership and guidance. He expanded the vision of Sadhu Vaswani and ensured blending progressive education with character-building. 

An Oratorical Speaker

Dada’s soul-stirring oration has enthralled audiences across ages. The richness of his vocabulary and depth in his talks has spellbound assemblies at world’s greatest forums – the UN, the House of Commons, the World Parliament of Religions, Symposium of Spiritual Leaders, World Philosophers Meet, Interfaith meetings, Youth Parliament, Global Citizen Festival of India. His speech both gentle and impassioned, radiates vibrations of divine love reverberating the foundations of any auditorium. A practical approach, relatable anecdotes, and timeless spiritual wisdom makes every speech of his memory.

A Wordsmith

Dada’s acclaim as an author and a poet has been far and wide.He has contributed to spiritual literature through over 150 books. 88 of his published works have been translated into 17 world languages. Several biographies have been written on him by celebrated authors.

Moment of Calm (2nd August)

The Moment of Calm is a global peace initiative that aims at calming anxious and troubled hearts through the practice of forgiveness. The concept is simple- anyone, anywhere, whatever they might be doing; pause for 2 minutes at 2 pm on the 2nd of August, observes silence, forgive, clears the heart of ill feelings, releases the pain, and breathe out a positive aspiration of peace and harmony.

The chosen time and date mark the birthday and birth-time of the Spiritual Luminary, Rev. Dada J.P. Vaswani.

Didi Krishna Kumari

Didi Krishna Kumari came to live at the Sadhu Vaswani Mission when she was three years old. She grew up as a devotee and disciple of the masters, Sadhu Vaswani and Dada J. P. Vaswani. She was mentored by Dada himself and was brought up in the spiritual environment of the Mission. She has compiled and edited several books and lectures by Dada J. P. Vaswani.

Didi Krishna taught us that our minds are scattered. They are dispersed because they are tainted with desire. We need to purify our minds. We must be on guard against three things that make our minds impure: Love of pleasure, the desire for sense gratification and sense- indulgence, the greed of gold – the desire to amass wealth, and the desire for power – fame, name, publicity, popularity, and earthly greatness. We need to create a balance between need and want.



Didi Krishna Kumari, a true and humble disciple of Beloved Dada says Dada’s preaching always had the following three principles.

1. Turn back to God: It is never too late to turn back to God. What is needed is sincerity, cooperation of the mind, and intensity of faith.

2. Divinity of life: To be compassionate is to experience divinity in our everyday life and

3. Harmony: All world – religions are mirrors of the One Face. In them all shines the One Light. He always focused on guiding the youth and children of this nation. The seeds of humanity are its children. Invest in them. Take care of them. They can regenerate humanity. Take care of your children; they are your richest treasure

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