|He used to remain absorbed in Naam Bani right from the beginning. After the passing away of Sant Baba Tara Singh Ji on Poh 18, 1987, he became the head of the Sampardai Kar Sewa Sarhali. He was an ascetic and for him kirtan was a food for the soul. He did not use allopathic medicines throughout his life. For him Gurbani was the ultimate refuge. Baba Ji always laid stress on the purity of character of those who preached Sikhism. Baba Ji had a special devotion and respect for the Guru Ka Mahal (Gurudwara). Digging of wells to fulfill the need of potable water was one of the special activities he was interested in. The Hindus and
the Sikhs held him in high esteem. He used to refer to different religions during his discourses to make the points clear. Baba Ji made special contribution to enlarge the sphere of activities of the Sampardai. Besides the construction of schools, colleges, hospitals and other social institutions, he got constructed lanes and, drains in villages. He carried on the tradition of solemnising the marriages of poor girls. The college made a comprehensive progress under his patronage. New courses were started with his blessings. He had very cordial relations with the college staff. He spent his entire life in the service of the people. He left this world on July 11, 2001. Before that, he had appointed Sant Baba Sukha Singh Ji as his successor. Every year, the death anniversary of Sant Baba Tara Singh Ji and Sant Baba Charan Singh Ji is celebrated with fervour on the 1st of January and mass marriages of poor girls are solemnized on 2nd January at Gurudwara Gurpuri Sahib, Sarhali, Tarn Taran.