He formed a team of 100 NSS volunteers of G.T.N Arts College, Dindigul and conducted a 10 days special camp in Sirumalai and they laid the pathway by removing the stumbling rocks and trees with the local people support.
In 2015, he realized that water is key challenge for both the pilgrimages and for construction activities. Hence he started the water project a 100 year’s dream of the local villagers. The terrain & altitude of above 2000 feet was a real challenges but got overcome with the divine grace and been completed in a short time. It’s a miracle!
The water project is successfully running and serving the pilgrimage and also the construction activities. In 2016, we got the electricity connection to the top of the Vellimalai Hill. Currently the trust is planning to build a proper pathway to the top of the Vellimalai Hill and subsequently build a Vellimalai Shiva Shrine with proper Temple Structure. It will help the Shiva Devotees to have easy access to the hill shrine and restore the Shiva Sthalam. There is a belief that this Vellimalai Shiva Temple is considered to be the “Mount Kailash of India” as lot of sages has sanctified this place by their divinity.
While building the temple is the key focus, the trust also plans to promote Indian System of medicine such as Ayurveda , Siddha, Yoga, etc by raising and cultivating rare medicinal herbs at hill station and preserve the environment (including watersheds, forests and wildlife) and also monuments or places or objects of artistic or historic interest.