Remembered being a guru in the Indian nondualist, or Shiva Advaita, philosophical tradition, he obtained an international pursuing after his Marathi-language lectures had been released in English being a 1973 book entitled I Am That. In his thirties, he fulfilled Siddharameshwar Maharaj, the Hindu Navnath Sampradaya head who become his master. He opened up his Mumbai house to visitors searching for spiritual guidance. Delivered Maruti Shivrampant Kambli, he spent his youngsters in Mumbai (after that Bombay), India, and was among six kids of deeply spiritual Hindu parents called Parvatibai and Shivrampant Kambli. Along with his wife Sumatibai, he elevated four kids. The American religious article writer Wayne Dyer became among Maharaj’s disciples.