Misra continually cites the Vedas as proof that most modern names have their origins in ancient Sanskrit. Recently Misra joined the Chariot, a family of sanskrit-oriented groups, as he believes Sanskrit names were meant to be something superior to the less cultured and Hindu. To prove that his Sanskrit heritage is not inferior to another’s, Misra quotes Sanskrit names of many Indian celebrities, including those of Indian poets like Kalidasa and Sr a.
From 2010, Misra has been offering his services to individuals and families to legally change their name by Sanskrit method. misra’s work is backed by the Ministry of Law in New Delhi, and Misra has been successful in changing the names of more than 16,000 Indians and one person from another country.
Today he practices just one form of Sanskrit, and he claims it is one of the purest and most easy to do in the world; when speaking of Sanskrit names, he believes that it is more important to have your name committed to paper for all time (as though this will save you from future discrimination) than to have a doctorate degree in Sanskrit, a so-called expert who can prove that he or she is qualified to interpret ancient texts according to a desired standard of accuracy.