On March 2015 Vivek ji decided to walk all over Indian the states to revive the consciousness of the nation, since 2015, Vivek ji has walked on foot three districts, namely Yavatmal in Maharastra, Betul in Madhya Pradesh and then Ujjain for Shipra Parikrama. Vivek ji also decided to walk not only in good winter time but also in hot summer, all the pad yatras are done in summer months. The causes seems different but the Pad Yatra has one single thread which is to revive the consciousness of this nation.
Vivek ji said " It was the tradition of India where people walked, it has been done again and again, for several millennia this is what has been happening in this country, this is how we survived all odds as there were people connecting with masses with very simple way, Pad Yatra. Lord Buddha and Mahavira decided to walk, Mahatma Gandhi decided to walk so they can connect with masses, create an atmosphere where people start relating with their surrounding and create stack holding of this nation" The fact is that we could be anyone but Indian, someone is Bengali, someone is Bihari, someone is Goan, someone is Bramhin, Someone is dalit, but no Indian, i want to see Indian, want to find and create Indians in this nation, we are so much divided for nothing.
"It was in February last year once i was in Chintamani temple in Kalamb and in one occasion i felt an order by Sri Chintamani to go into the villages, do the parikrama of Rivers, and all by walk. I have never ever done that and not many people in India anymore do it. It was quite an order i felt but i said to the team that i am going to walk all over India, each and every district of this country, i would like to meet farmers, villagers, people living in countryside. This is how it started"
Since 2015 the Pad Yatra has started, recently Vivek ji walked with more then 10,000 people to protect and conserve River Shipra in Ujjain.
In December 2016 Vivek ji took part in Namami devi Narmada march in Amarkantak with many saints and social reformer as well as walked along with several thousands of people from Pandhurna to Jamsawli ( 42Km) in a day for Jamsawli Pad Yatra.