BY TC News Desk
Agartala, August 17: Chittaranjan Goswami, representing the Tripura State Raganuraga Vaishnava Dharma Maha Mandli on Thursday unveiled a six-point charter of demands. The demands include the establishment of the Radha Sri Krishna Seva Ashram and the initiation of a direct railway link between Agartala and Vrindavan.
Goswami emphasized the urgency of addressing the current state of Vaishnavism, stating that it is currently treading a perilous path. He noted that individuals who claim to be Vaishnavas are, in reality, Vairagis, and further highlighted the absence of Vyasa change for Vrindavan Vaishnavas. Goswami asserted that true Vaishnavas do not conform to the Vyasa tradition.
The press conference aims to shed light on these critical demands, which the Tripura State Raganuraga Vaishnava Dharma Maha Mandli believes will play a pivotal role in preserving and strengthening the essence of Vaishnavism. The Mandli seeks the attention and support of the Chief Minister in advancing these initiatives for the betterment of the Vaishnava community.