He is also called Acharya Paramahamsa by his Devotees. Acharya Paramahamsa refers to the oldest and largest order of revered monks in India. Swami Ji started the initiative and is also the first guru of the Siddha Peeth Mother Baglamukhi temple. He is a believer of the sermon tradition and speaks in detail about all progressive practices in the 21st century. He believes that there should be no stagnation in the religious beliefs of the people.
Born and raised in a respected family of the city, Swami Ji decided to become a monk at the very little age of 17. He studied and learned the Vedas and the scriptures from his Guru, Swami Shri Paramahamsa Garunadhwajacharya Ji Maharaj. He practiced and mastered the art of yoga under his guidance. In the year 1985, Swamiji returned to the Himalayas after his years-long meditation and learning. He then met his guru and took renunciation (from all the materialistic things in the world) from him.
In nalkheda, an old age home and a Hermitage centre is running under the Swami Saandipendra Sanskrit vidhya parishad Trust. An educational project is running in Ma Baglamukhi Parishar and Swatch sarvexan project in Madhya Pradesh Swami, who believes in ‘धर्मोपदेशक’ (flowing tradition), has been speaking for progressive norms in the 21st century and feels there should be no stagnancy in religious beliefsSwami Sandipendra had supported the construction of temple of Rama on the disputed site in Ayodhya. In 1992, he attended the event organised by Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and appealed youth to 'fight' and to be 'martyred' for the Rama Temple
Swami says on ganga Cleanup Campaign that Our India is a country with diversity and culture. The culture and diversity of this country are different from other countries. The way other festivals are of special importance in our country. In the same way, different rivers have a major place and importance. Of all those rivers, the Ganges River is the most sacred and prominent river in India. Ganges River It is the longest river in India. All people of Hindu religion consider this river to be revered.