He advocated the adulation and veneration of God, whom he called Dharma and Shunya. His son, Dharmadas however converted a king of Kalinga into the sect of Dharmathakur. "Shunya" mean void and Ramai Pandit, like many other Hindu philosophers in Bengal and Orissa in the time period advocated worshipping God as void and formless. Mahima Swami of the Mahima sect is another example of a Hindu philosopher popularizing worshiping God as formless (Alekh.) Though Ramai Pandi was a devotee of Dharmathakur, in his Dharma Puja Bidhan he praises several other deities. He writes of Jagganath as Vishnu.
This article is a stub. You can enrich by adding more information to it. Send your Write Up to email@example.com