Shri Guru Pramatma was born in Delhi on 22 nd of October 1967. He belonged to a lower middle class family and did his schooling from government school called Tent Wala School. He was known as Vipin in school. After completing his high school, he did a diploma course in Television and Audio Video. In 1984 he got his first job in Delhi and his salary was Rs 140/- per month. Since this salary was not enough for survival, he did a part time job along with his regular job to earn some extra penny. Along with his job, he enrolled himself in DU for somecorrespondence course. After clearing his 2 nd year, unfortunately he had to discontinue with his education.
In 1989, Parmatma started his own business, he established a manufacturing unit of Colour T.V. In 1997, he even involved in the manufacturing unit of Photo Framing. In the year of 2000, Parmatma left his parent’s house along with his Wife, daughter and a two and a half year old son. He did not take a single penny from his parents, neither did he ask for any share from his parental property. He came to Delhi NCR and borrowed 40,000/- rupees from his friend Mr. Deepak Sharma, and took a loan of 5 lac rupees from bank. With this money he bought a flat at Delhi NCR worth rupees 5.40 lac. Shri Guru Parmatma was a dedicated man, and he followed the proverb “Where there is a will, there is a way”. Keeping this philosophy in mind intact he started everything from ground once again. With zero cash in hand, he started a new business of providing human resource for cleaning services. He took AMC from shops, farmhouse, kothi etc. He worked hard for his clients and soon settled his business. He made a good reputation and earned a huge amount of money, with this money he bought a land in Vrindavan and built his first Spiritual Asharam on that land. This ashram was ready by 2008. Simultaneously he bought one more huge land in Allahabad along the bank of Ganges for social cause.
Parmatma had also registered two NGO in the named “Vedvyas Foundation”and“Woman Organization for Rural Livelihood and Development”.