Jayapataka Swami: You see, Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura reestablished the will of Lord Nityananda. Lord Nityananda had, under the order of Lord Caitanya, returned to Bengal and He established the namahatta. Especially, the headquarters was in Surabi Kunja, Godrumadvip. Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura, he reestablished the namahatta, the congregational movement. At that time there were not much results. There were a few temples. So he established the namahatta, that people being grihastas, they should preach, they should practice and in this way, he promoted the congregational moment. He himself was a grihasta, but he was very careful to preach. That time was the English rule, and he was working as a magistrate under the English. He was very appreciated and very expert in his professional life. But he would use maximum time for expanding the sankirtana movement, writing books and songs, and he established the namahatta. He found the birthplace of Lord Caitanya, many contributions. He predicted how the Navadvipa parikrama would one day have foreigners, English, Americans, Russians, all varieties of people, and they would all forget any kind of caste consciousness, national consciousness and just chant the name JAI SACINANDANDA! JAI GAURAHARI! GAURANGA! NITYANANDA! And all these things were unimaginable in the British rule. But he predicted and it all happened.