When we try to understand the personality of any individual, we can find that normally a person is adept in two or at the maximum three spheres. But Pujya Swami Krutatmanandaji is a multi faceted personality and professional in almost all avenues that one can think of. When it comes to Jnana prachar, his simple heart touching language and unique style of expounding the subtle scriptural text that can be easily understood even by fresh students has made him very popular among ardent seekers. His simple soul stirring bhajans and crystal clear chanting of the Vedic hymns has made him the most sought acharya for learning bhajans and Vedic chanting. .
In religious practices he is so thorough with all the vidhis as per shastras that today we cannot think of any religious function in Chinmaya Mission without him. His unique method of prayer and offering Puja to the Lord has to be seen and experienced if one wants to learn the correct technique of Puja Vidhi. The Monday Shiva pujas in Sripaadakshetra are so popular that devotees just come to the temple to watch him performing the Puja. His total involvement and dedication for almost 2 ½ hours when he is one with the Lord is an experience that one can never forget. His imagination and clarity is visible in the way he arranges the flowers and decorates the entire sanctum sanctorum. Right from selecting the flowers from the market early in the morning and spending a painstaking six hours putting the right flowers in the right place is something which an ordinary person cannot even think of.
The beautiful auditorium at Sripaadakshetra with the best audio system has been the fruit of his sincere effort. It was indeed a very challenging job as the auditorium is not designed to give very efficient acoustic effect; but he accepted the challenge and after several attempts and combinations evolved one of the best acoustic effects that today one can sit anywhere in the complex and listen to the discourse clearly without any strain. He has proved all sound experts who had given up wrong.