Anuvrat has already created a deep impact on Indian society. It has been warmly welcomed by all sections of people. On account of the strong support from the masses it has emerged as a national campaign for the regeneration of moral and spiritual values. The main reason of the popular support lies in its thoroughly non-sectarian approach.
Anuvrat does not interfere in a person's individual religious beliefs. It is not interested in knowing the mode of worship an individual follows or the sacred name he recites. Nor is it interested in knowing whether one goes to a temple, a mosque or a church, or visits monks and nuns.