Born on 26 June 1967, Muni tarun sagar ji maharaj was a popular and admired Indian Digambara monk. He was quite popular for his lectures known as Kadve Pravachan (bitter speech) as they can be candidly critical of ordinary views and practices. The lectures have been published and compiled in the series of the book which is titled 'Kadve Pravachan'. His ideas are sometimes published by the newspapers. Similar to other Digambar Jain monks, his audience sometimes added into a mass of non-Jains. The speeches are often available for society and family problems.
India has many spiritual gurus. The Upanishads, the Vedas, the Puranas, and other Vedic literature have been the focus of research and meditation. Revolutionary Sant Munishri Tatarunsagarji is not just a Jain but intensely powerful, intellectual, and epoch creating. The powerful speeches made by him are divided into 8 different series known as Kadve Pravachan. The best thing about him is that he got his name registered in the Guinness world records; the book is a global best seller.
No doubt, he belongs to the Digambara sect, he endorses a non-sectarian viewpoint. In the year 2013 at Jaipur, he joined the Śvētāmbara monks at the chaturmas. In the year 2014, he gets inspired by a Dharma Sansad, this was concentrated by Acharyas of Śvētāmbara Terapanth, Sthānakavāsī and Murtipujak sects.
As a gift, he has been declared as a state guest in Madhya Pradesh (2002), Maharashtra, Gujarat (2003), and Karnataka. He also received the title of krantikari at a holy gathering in Karnataka, and Rashtra Sant in 2003 in Indore.