Every act performed in day to day life which helps in moving closer to God is termed as ‘Acharan’ and the Dharma (Righteousness) that teaches this is termed as ‘Achardharma’. Thus ‘Achardharma’ is the spiritualisation of every aspect of our day to day life. ‘Achardharma’ is a foundation that teaches us how to perform each and every activity from the time one gets out of bed in the morning to the time one retires at night in a way that generates or imbibes Divine Consciousness. It is an easy to follow the doctrine that displays the ideal way of leading a spiritual life. By practicing Achardharma the spiritual purity of an individual slowly rises and in due course, such an individual turns towards Spiritual practice. Abiding by Achardharma not only helps in evolving spiritual life but in the evolution of materialistic life as well. This Holy text also carries an in-depth discussion on the possible detrimental effects of not practicing Achardharma, factors that facilitate the practice of Achardharma, etc.