In 1973, the Master resolved to form a new sect after his own idea of Divine Life and established Akhil Bharat Jaiguri Sampradaya. It is a school of religious association without any sectarian view, without any critical review of any sect or path followed by other religious sects. Even though he was rooted in Sanatana Dharma, to him, Christians, Muslims and others of non-Hindu faith were al equal and he cordially welcomed them. In reverence, he used to prostrate before Mosques and Churches alike. To the Master, religion was fundamentally the relationship between one’s soul and God. His school of thought was constantly making attempts to keep one at the highest altitude of revelation, through chanting of the Name of God.
He was extremely busy in taking the Name to every door step throughout the length and breadth of India and was spreading Name in all directions, when he was not undertaking Chaturmasya. During Chaturmasya, from about 15th July to 15th November every year, there used to be a programme of spreading Nam-Samkirtan from one center. He was also utilizing the period of Mouna (or Silence) for writing voluminous literature on the efficacy of Name and other aspects of religion and philosophy. He also undertook a number of organizational activities for the purpose of spreading the Name.
Jaiguru Sampradaya has many branches all over India , from Uttar Kashi in north to Kanyakumari in south and Puri in eaqst to Dwaraka in west, covering the entire length and breadth of India . The primary purpose of establishing these Ashrams was to spread the message of Nam-Samkirtan to each and every corner of India .As most of his disciples were spread all over India , it would not be possible for all of them to come to Calcutta .Therefore, in order to enable them to hae access to Master’s message, he established these Ashrams.
Worship o deities, reading of scriptures and Nam-Samkirtan formed the part of the daily routine in each Ashram. Besides, at his instance, a large number of religious magazines were introduced viz. ‘Devjan’, ‘Jai Guru’, ‘Bharat Nari’ in Bengali and ‘The Mother’ in English, ‘Pranab Parijat’ in Sanskrit, ‘Paramanad’, ‘Param Katha’ in both English and Hindi and the like. A separate organization for boys and youths was also set up by him. For women he encouraged participation in Sati Sangha. Besides he also established a center for study of Vedas and its propagation at Calcutta .
The administrative head quarters and the largest Ashram of the Jaiguru Sampradaya is the Mahamilan Math at Calcutta, which works as the nerve center and looks after the day to day administration of all the activities of the Sampradaya, which include, running of the Ashrams, publishing books of the Master, overseeing all the activities of the educational centers and the publication of magazines etc. It is run by a Board of Trustees, appointed by the Master, who are earnestly and sincerely carrying on to this day, the directives of the Master.