Jayapataka Swami: You see in Chennai and Mangaluru, they used to have about 40 devotees attending class. I asked them how did they get more people? They said those 40 devotees have what’s app groups, they have friends. So they contacted all their friends in their what’s app group. They had a poster of Bhagavad-gītā Made Easy course. And in various ways they advertised it, promoted it and reached out. You know how many members they got? 9000! From 40 to 9000, registered! And then I told this in Mangaluru and they did the similar thing. They gave classes in several languages – south Indian, English, Hindi, Bengali. So they were able to get 10 to 11 thousand. So actually, they said that this lockdown has increased the outreach, many, many, many times! Given more opportunity for the devotees in the congregation and the IYF to preach. Before every class, their leader would train them up what to say, and then they would give the class. In Chennai, they used Zoom and paid money. But in Mangaluru they didn’t have money, so they used the Microsoft Google Meet and they got 25 free programs. 275 people for each one. So in that way, they got 10 to 11 thousand people. They didn’t have to pay any money. So there are ways that you can do it. If you use your brain. In Mangaluru, they have already done three batches. And they had lot of donations. For each of the Bhagavad-gītā Made Easy, they had to buy a Bhagavad-gītā. So that way, they sold thousands and thousands of Bhagavad-gītā. So you can write to Namanista in Mangaluru or Sukirti Mādhavī or Amarendra Gaura in Chennai, and find out how they do it. So, in that way, I don’t think we have really used our maximum potential yet. How we can get to different people to participate. I think that there are a lot of intelligent boys in this VOICE call. You would probably do much better than the south Indians, but no one has tried it yet! Microsoft had a free program. And there are different programs like this. Try to reach out and see how to deliver the books.