Not being content with his spiritual service through discourses, he turned his attention to social service and welfare activities and established the "Sreepeetham", in Kakinada, East Godavari District, which is the hub of his entire spiritual, social and welfare activities.
"SREE" stands for Vedic education and also for 'wealth of all kinds'. From among many meanings of it, Swamiji has chosen the meaning "Jnanam" i.e, "Learning". Thus "Sreepeetham" means 'the seat of knowledge'. The idea of founding the Sreepeetham struck to Swamiji in December 1998 and the foundation stone was laid on the holy Ratha Saptami day in February 1999. It became a reality by May 2001. Swami Dayananda Saraswati, the poojya Gurudev of Swamiji, installed the idols of Sri Lakshmi Ganapati, Subrahmanya Swami, and Sri Aiswaryamba sahita Sundareswara Swami in the ashram.
The "Sreepeetham' is on the Kakinada - Pithapuram road, 5 km. from Kakinada Railway station and 10 km. from Samalkot/Pithapuram Railway Stations. It is situated in a sprawling three acre land and has become the center for Swamiji's Spiritual and Social activities, attracting thousands of devotees with its serene atmosphere and divine ambience.
Swamiji has taken up the spread of the Sanatana Dharma and Vedic tradition in all earnestness and the following are the various wings established to achieve his ideals.