To date, 92 IIGS camps have been held in India, Nepal, U.K., U.S.A., Canada, Australia, and South East Asia. These include 78 Sikh Youth Camps and 14 family and women’s camps. Thousands of campers were inspired and are continued to be inspired to take Amrit at these camps. Many Kirtan groups were formed under his guidance and conducted performances in several countries. He worked passionately towards disseminating knowledge of gurbani through the written and oral word. While he moved audiences with his oratory, IIGS, under his guidance, published several nitnem books with translations, Kirtan books, Kirtan teacher handbooks and produced Kirtan CDs.
He moved to the U.S. in 1985 and SoCal became the headquarters of IIGS. In 1986 he started celebrating the birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh ji on Dec 25th in a manner so grand and unparalleled in pomp that the annual event is now widely known as the Darbar-e-Khalsa. A day long festival of Kirtan, speeches and awards for exemplary Sikhs and Sikh organizations culminates each year in a grand finale. He left for his Heavenly abode on Jan 30, 2011.