Sometimes, certain moments in life are a reality check. For a person who has raced very hard to reach the top, how easy is it to realise that this race really has no winner? Because the race itself is never ending. Ambitions and achievements, dreams and desires, the best education and the dream job – this is was the picture-perfect world of Mumukshu Shri Shreyamben Khandhar. Logical mind, rational thinking, and a carefree life where everything worked the way she wanted, and yet, she kept running after satisfaction. But that destination never arrived.
The eldest daughter of Shri Shilpaben Tarunbhai Khandhar, Mumukshu Shri Shreyamben Khandhar is a model for today’s youth. A management graduate from one of Mumbai’s best college, an MBA from one of Mumbai’s top B-schools and a Senior Financial Analyst having a career in derivatives and bonds with a multinational firm, Mumukshu Shri Shreyamben had worked very hard to be successful in life. But little did she know that one day, she herself was going to question the achievement from all her achievements and take a turn that will re-map her entire journey.
Mumukshu Shri Shreyamben dedicated her entire life to seva in the year 2011. From 2011 to 2015, she led several missions inspired by Param Gurudev. She was a core committee member of Arham Yuva Seva Group – the non-profit youth wing of Parasdham, a core founding member of Digital Parasdham and a core team member of Parasdham’s event management team. Be it large-scale Diksha Mahotsavs or Aagam Mahotsavs, be it a japp sadhana in Ahmedabad’s GMDC Ground, be it vihar yatras or be it a special bodh session for jail inmates, Mumukshu Shri Shreyamben has displayed her excellent management prowess in every sphere and contributed tremendously towards seva.
From 2016 to 2020, she began her journey as a sadhak, receiving training in Param Gurudev’s sanidhya to become a saiyami. As a sadhak, she has been involved in the management of the entire sadhak family, planning and execution of the sadhak development course, seva and vaiyavachh of Param Gurudev and Param Mahasatijis, central coordination of all the missions and their heads, and various other sevas. She has also been a Shasan Prabhavak for three years and conducted pravachan sessions in different sanghs in India and abroad during Parvadhiraj Paryushan Mahaparva. Along with seva and shasan prabhavna, she has undertaken deep study of the scriptures including Shree Dashvaikalik Sutra, Shree Uttaradhyayan Sutra and more than 60 Jain Shaastra Thokdas.