Every yuga has its own avatar, avatar’s abode, avatar’s mantra, way of worship that avatar, etc. Avataris of Kali yuga are Sri Nityananda and Gauranga. So They should be worshiped completely as avataris (not just as ‚devotees‘, oh, Lord! 😮 !) as is the case with all other avatars.
Below are excerpts from Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura’s ‚Jaiva Dharma‘ Chapter 14, where sakti-tattva was discussed as the main subject matter of instruction. However, the hidden treasure was unexpectedly inserted into it. One may notice it, or not… The text itself answers so many questions:
VRAJANĀTHA: There is one thing that I wish to know concerning dhāma-tattva. Kindly tell me, why do the Vaiṣṇavas refer to Navadvīpa as Śrīdhāma?
BĀBĀJĪ: Śrī Navadvīpa-dhāma and Śrī Vṛndāvana-dhāma are non-different from each other, and Māyāpura is the highest truth within Navadvīpa-dhāma. The relationship of Śrī Māyāpura to Navadvīpa is the same as the relationship of Śrī Gokula to…
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