Shri Rameshbhai Oza is also known popularly as ‘Bhaishri’ or ‘Bhaiji’. Bhaishri is adored Kathakar, spiritual leader who has always tried to make people believe and have faith in the existence of the Almighty. Bhaishri all his life has worked towards making the world know the good and follow the right path. Shri Rameshbhai wants people to take the path of love, goodness and spirituality. Bhaishri’s endeavour is directed towards cultivating the seeds of higher virtues amongst mankind which will transform individuals into enlightened souls.
Shri Rameshbhai Oza was born on the 31st day of August, 1957 A.D. in a village named Devka, district of Saurashtra, in the state of Gujarat. Late Shri Vrajlal Kanjibhai Oza and his mother Smt. Laxmi Ben Oza were overjoyed over his birth as their second son, in a family of four brothers and two sisters. Shri Rameshbhai’s father a modest Brahmin and his grandmother Smt. Bhagirathi Ben, a staunch follower of Bhagwat have influenced him greatly. His grandmother was very devoted to educating and teaching the uneducated elderly people of the village. His grandmother had a strong desire to have a recitation of the Bhagwat in her house but the financial status wasn’t very good. She vowed to eat her meals by bringing her hands from below the knees while sitting in a squat posture until her desire wasn’t fulfilled. It took full seventeen years for such an event to take place. The best narrator of Bhagwat, the honorable Shri Mohanlalji Shastri accepted the holy seat of the “Vyas Peeth” and concluded the Bhagwat Yagna to show his regard and love for Smt. Bhagirathi Ben whom he considered as his sister. Bhaishri was four months in his mother’s womb then. Five months after this Katha Bhaishri took birth. May be it was in the sanskars right from that early time which resulted in Bhaishri taking religious activities from childhood. He had remarkable qualities evidently inherent in him since birth.