The Sangha actively provides services for pilgrims at places of worship and religious fairs. Started in 1924, this movement now enjoys a country-wide support from all sections of the society. The Sangha has played a pivotal role in creating a healthy and favourable atmosphere at these places. The Holy places of India which had been from time immemorial, the fountainhead of spiritual inspiration and religious enthusiasm, have at present lost their ancient glories. Extortions, torture, cheating by a section of the so-called agents of the Pandas, negligence in performing the religious rites according to the scriptural injunctions as well as heavy demand as offerings and Dakshina and oppression by ruffians, experienced by the innocent pilgrims have been deplorable realities for long. The Acharya with his Divine foresight, realised the vicious atmosphere of the holy places of pilgrimage and felt the need for urgent reformation of the Holy places. Therefore, in the year 1924, he introduced the programme of Tirtha-Sanskar. Through long and strenuous efforts the movement acquired country-wide support from all sections of the people. In the face of vehement opposition and physical abuse, the Sangha workers have been able to create a healthy and favourable atmosphere in these holy places. As such pilgrim shelters have been established at almost all the Holy places in Gaya, Varanasi, Allahabad, Vrindaban, Puri, haridwar, Kedarnath, Gourikunda, Badrinath, Rameswaram, Kurukshetra, Navadwip etc.
The Sangha also organises Support services in many religious places during special occasions, like Magh Mela at Prayag, Ashadhi Ekadashi Mela at Pandharpur, Jaganath Jatra at Puri, Dol & Rash Purnima at Nabadwip, Makar Sankranti Mela at Sabari Mala, Ganga Sagar Mela, Kumbh Mela at Prayag, Nasik, Ujjain and Haridwar. Thousands of pilgrims are made available varieties of services that range from medical, to lodging and boarding facilities.