1) ‘I had attained intense bliss on meeting Baba Omkarnathji. His spiritual realizations and stature reminded me of ancient Sidhhatmas of Bharat. The images of Siddha Purushas of Bharat attract me because Buddhism arose from India and then came to Tibet… I was benefited from the spiritual interaction with Omkarnathji. He was worried about the pitiable condition of Tiber, and supported the spiritual essence of their moral warfare. Baba had given me a woolen mat during our interaction, and I still use it…’
'Beloved Sri Sitaram is verily Naam Avatara. His entire
life and personality is a radiant example and expression of Naam-
Bhakti and Naam-Shakti. I bow in silent reverence and love at his holy
feet. I deem it a very great privilege and a matter of greater joy to
write these few lines as my tribute to his divine personality.'
- Swami Chidananda ,President: The Divine Life Society
' ...Our fortune-- a fortune for all Bengalis, for all Indians, that we have such a Prophet amidst us, Who has attained the Ultimate state through renunciation, austerity and Sadhana since childhood, and has taken the great vow of spreading the Holy Name of Lord. I contemplate on Lord's promise of appearing at time of Dharma's downfall and Adharma's rise, and I thereby corelate the Divine Sitaram's appearance in the celebration of Sitaram's birth! This petty heart has no holy treasure to felicitate Him. I only have eternal thirst, deep agony, and tears of separation, and I offer all these to OmkarRupi SriOmkarnath~!'
--Mahamahopadhyay Gopinath Kaviraj
'You have concealed your Identity [ Apan swarup chhipakar aya]. You have come from the SaketNagar [Nitya Ayodhya] to bestow grace on this earth. You are maintaining such a garb, so that nobody can recognize You. Lord comes in this way itself, with hidden identity. Sri KrishnaChaitanya had stressed on Krishna Nam. this time You have also propagated Ram Nam. You are an Embodiment of Love, and Incarnation of Prema. Getting Your darsan is a matter of immense fortune.'
Srimad Ram Manohar Das ji , Chhota Chhawni, Ayodhya
'Baba, what causeless grace you have. You came yourself to render the nectar of your words. Baba, what causeless grace you have!'
'Later I had His Darshan... His frail body was dispersing majestic power! Actually in my opinion, He had the state of Qutub, which is the supreme spiritual condition of an Incarnation, as per Sufi laws...'
-Peer Vilayat Inayat Khan
'When I was brought to Baba, His Srimukh [face] was radiant with extraordinary Light, which became brighter when I offered Pranm.'
-Jain Guru Sushil Kumar Muni
'.There is no other Shelter in this world except Yourself. My earnest plea- do not make us orphans by departing early~! You have followed the Shastras throughout, I see no one like You.'
-Dr. Mahanambrata Brahmachari
'His Whose powers run through the country,
He always craves for preaching Harinam,
That Master, Sitaram, is radiant in Omkar-
He is the wish fulfiller, I offer Him Pranam.'
-- Mahamahopadhyay Dr Srijeev Nyayteertha
'Its mentioned in Mahabharat, sign of Knower of Brahm is- He who covers His body with whatsoever, Who resides wheresoever, eats whatever little [like Sitaram]!' Later, Jogendra pandit had declared in writing- '. as a consequence of several recent incidents, it has been proven inspite of our unwillingness - Sitaram is SriBhagwan in the Leelavigraha of a human form!'
- Mahamahopdhyay Jogendranath Sankhyavedantatirtha
'Amidst everyone, it is Prema[Divine Love] which helps us to identify Who is Lord.' Brahmachariji explained that Sitaram's Love for Naam and Mankind is beyond comparison, he hasn't seen such Love in anyone else.'
- Rev Prabhudatta Brahmachari
'Sitaram, I was waiting for You. I was expecting that You will come after You leave Your Mauna... See Sitaram, after Sannyasa, one shouldn't offer Pranam to anyone except Guru, nor should have special love or attention for anyone. But You know, for some days, my mind is craving to see You.'
--Shankar Purushottam Tirtha Ji
1. Anna Dan- distribution of food [Prasadam] for masses.
2. Charitable Dispensaries.
3. Health camps.
4. lodging for pilgrims and saints.
5. Philosophical and Cultural research.
6.Promoting Sanskrit education.