The next 24 years of his life were devoted to 24 Mahapurashcarañas –– each consisting of the rhythmic recitation (japa) of 2.4 million Gayatri Mantra
with strictest of disciplines. There is no parallel to this kind of sadhana. At the same time, he also whole heartedly participated in the freedom
struggle of India under the inspiring guidance of Mahatma Gandhi, while continuing with his altruistic activities for the good of the society and attending to the familial duties.
In 1943, he married Bhagwati Devi, and ever since, the saintly couple dedicatedly pursued the noble mission of spiritual upliftment of humankind.
A creator of evolutionary literature:
His spiritually enlightened wisdom had its reach into the deepest depths of human mind. He felt the pains of humanity
in his heart. He could therefore diagnose the root cause of the ailing state of the world today as the crisis of faith, people’s ignorance of the powers of the inner self, and the lack of righteous attitude and conduct.
Realizing the potential of inspiring literature and its relevance in the present era of intellectual evolution, he had chosen writing as the principal mode towards uprooting the evil tendencies and blind faith from people’s minds and arousing the indwelling wisdom, strength and spiritual bliss.
Sriram Sharma initiated the unique movement of Vicara Kranti (thought revolution) with the very first issue of "Akhand Jyoti". By 1960, he had translated the 4 Vedas, 108 Upnishadas, 6 Darshanas, 18 Puranas, Yogavashishtha, and hundreds of Arnyakas and Brahmanas in Hindi with lucid commentaries to enable the masses to understand the knowledge contained in them. The translation was also aimed at eliminating misconceptions, superstitions and blind customs, which were propagated in the medieval era by deliberate misinterpretations of the Vedas and other scriptures. This invaluable contribution to the world of knowledge and human culture
was highly acclaimed and appreciated by savants and saints like Dr. S. Radhakrishana and Acharya Vinoba Bhave; the distinguished title of "Vedmurti" was conferred upon him in its recognition.
Understanding the modern day psychology of the people, and recognizing the non-relevance, in the present times, of the mythical characters and the background of life depicted in the Puranas, he wrote "Pragya Purana" in the narrative and conversational style of the ancient Puranas
to preach the eternal principles of happy, progressive and ideal life with practical guidance relevant to the modern age.