After Baba Kinaram Ji numerous successors took over the responsibilities and succeeded in their efforts to eradicate social evils which was tampering overall society. Pujya Baba Rajeshwar Ram Ji was 10th Peethadheswar/Abbot and it was during his time "1949-1979", the name and fame of Krim-Kund (Sthal) has touched new heights. It was he who initroduced Awadhoot Bhagwan Ram Ji to Aughar tradition. Awadhoot Bhagwan Ram Ji (known as Sarkar) accorded new dimensions toAughar tradition and bought Krim-Kund on world map. For the first time in the history of Aughar tradition, an adolescent Siddharth Gautam Ram Ji was announced future Peethadheswar/Abbot of Krim-Kunda (at the age of 9) the 11th in the series as per what conveyed by Baba Kinaram Ji that he himself will Re-incarnate as the Peethadheswar/Abbot of Krim-Kund. Baba Rajeshwar Ram Ji was also known as Burahu Baba. In many ways Burahu Baba displayed the popular stereotype behaviour of an Aghori. He was a large imposing man with a shaven head and terrifying expressions, who usually wore nothing but sandals. People typically describe him in three phrases, often with one or more repetition of bahut(more). Burahu Baba manner was fierce and he often gave his "blessings " through the use of profanity to anyone who had the courage to come within his range. He was an educated man of Khastriya origion who had travelled extensively throughout South Asia and fought for India's Independence before becoming an Aghori in his later years.