Acharya Vinoba Bhave described him as a “leader with broad national outlook, who always thought on an all-India level. Shri Golwalkar had faith in spiritualism and had great regard for all religious faiths. He did not have a narrow view of any religion. In fact he had respect for Islam and only expected the Muslims to join the national mainstream”
Puri Shankaracharya Shri Niranjandas Tirtha praised his work of organizing the Hindu Society and his efforts to remove the blemish of cow-slaughter from the fair face of the nation
Kanchi Shankaracharya Shri Jayendra Saraswati lauded Shri Guruji’s efforts “to serve Hindu Dharma, Hindu
Sanskruti, and Hindu Nation till his last breath” and called him ‘an ascetic in white’
Swami Karpatri, founder of Dharma Sangh, said “Shri Guruji’s service to the Hindu Nation and society will be remembered by posterity and will inspire us to follow in his footsteps.”
Jain Saint Acharya Tulsi lauded his great love for Bhartiya culture, his constant emphasis on national character as well as his organizational capacity.
Jain Acharya Muni Sushil Kumar described him as “a great man of culture”, and added, “Shri Golwalkar Guruji was greatly needed during the present day hard times through which the country is passing. The entire nation will ever remain indebted to him for his service to the nation and its culture”