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Meet Vishal Dilip Bhujbal, youth icon working towards social welfare and development

Until one can rise above the narrow constraints of his individualistic interests to the greater problems of all humankind, an individual has not begun to live. As soon as you begin doing so, the problems will begin to solve themselves. Vishal Dilip Bhujbal is one of those individuals who inspire us to believe that there are still people working for the greater good.

His Contribution towards Society

Hailing from Pune, Maharashtra, Vishal, a 34-year-old youth icon was inspired by Bhaiyyuji Maharaj’s activities and began doing social work as a result. He has accomplished feats that a regular human being could never imagine. He performs correct cremation rituals for unclaimed dead bodies and has cremated over 1000 unclaimed bodies to date.

Vishal also assists youngsters in Khamgaon who have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. In tribal Ashram Shala, he assists the elderly and abandoned souls. He helps the needy and impoverished people in the cities, whether it’s in Delhi or Mumbai.

He not only works for people, but he also works on environmental issues. With the support of Suryoday Parivar, he is able to discuss the importance of the Godavari and Narmada cleanliness drives in Maharashtra’s Nashik, Paithan, and Hatgaon, and Madhya Pradesh’s Narmada.

Working on Several Projects

Many people are aware of him as a result of his social efforts. Many individuals contact him and offer to aid the less fortunate. He can now conduct programmes in many parts of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh and assist people as a result of this. He inspires people to join the cause, just as Bhaiyyuji Maharaj inspired him to dedicate his life to serving others.


He has started and enrolled in a number of projects that serve society. Also participates in a variety of initiatives, including personality development, rural development, career guidance meetings, blood donation camps, distribution of educational materials to school children, distribution of seeds and fertilisers to ryots and peasants, constitution awareness campaigns, water resource work in Osmanabad, and mass marriages of poor and distressed adolescents in several dioceses.


Having a heart like his is uncommon, one should be inspired by him and contribute to solving society’s problems for the development of the country.

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