Akhil Bhartiya Jangid Brahmin Mahasabha has a very long history of its formation and development. It was initiated by Dr. Indramani Sharma from Lucknow(UP). He started meeting with local candidates of samaj and met Sh. Palaram (Raipurwal- Punjab) in 1890.
He advised Sh. Palaram to write books and literature for samaj. He also suggested Sh. Goverdhan Das (Mathura) to work for Jangid Samaj. With the inspiration of Dr. Indramani, Sh. Goverdhan Das Sharma and Sh. Rajaram organized the first meeting of Jangid Samaj at Mathura on 30 Dec 1905.
After the meeting, it was expected that it will work very efficiently. Unfortunately, in the year 1906 and 1907, not even a single meeting was held. Then on 21 Sept. 1907, samaj candidates from Ajmer (Raj.) came in front and formed a society named as "Jangid (Jog) Mathil Brahmin Sabha". Sh. Nathu Ram Sharma was the president of this Sabha. It has scheduled six aims.
In 1913, it was proposed to shift the head office of Jangira Mahasabha to Delhi. On 4 April 1919, the Mahasabha got itself registered. In the eighth session of Mahasabha at Jaipur(Raj.) it was decided to change the name of Mahasabha as "Jangid Brahmin Mahasabha". Smt. Sunder Devi donated her 2 houses for Mahasabha, for which registry was made in favour of Mahasabha on 3 Jan 1927.