Vishal Dilip Bhujbal has devoted his life for the cause of social work. The inspiration in his life to venture into social service is Bhayyuji Maharaj. Vishal works day and night to finding solutions to problems faced by people from local to national level, Galli to Delhi.

A resident of Narayangaon village of Junnar Taluka in Pune district, Vishal is a son of a farmers. His parents gave him full education that will help him get a good job.  But there was a time when his family had a financial setback. At that time, he earned money by selling tea.

Vishal's charity work started with cremation of unclaimed bodies.  He has cremated more than 1,000 unclaimed bodies through the medium of Suryoday Parivar. He also raises awareness about the Godavari and Narmada cleanliness drive at  Nashik, Paithan,Hatgaon  in Maharashtra and Narmada in Madhya Pradesh. He also helps the HIV AIDS children at Khamgaon and looks after the tribal Ashram Shala. He has connected thousands of people through his devoted social service and had been organizing various programs in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.

Vishal Dilip Bhujbal also adopts 100 girls every year and takes the responsibility of their education and upbringing. Because of his selfless work, Vishal was honoured with Youth Icon award by the union minister of state for human resource development Hon. Shree Sanjayaji Dhotre. 

Vishal wants more and more people to cone forward and help with anything that can help to provide the underprivileged people with basic amenities like health, education, food, shelter in the coming years.  Women Empowerment is also a cause that he cares about. He wants to effectively implement various social schemes women.   

About dedicating his life to social service and setting an example to today's youth, Vishal says, "The youth of the society should come together and help in doing social work, collectively. This can develop the society and ultimately, the nation. I will be working on the line of Hindu Hriday Samrat Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Kranti Surya Mahatma Jyoti Rao Phule and Bharat Ratna Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar."