SRILA BHAKTIVNODA THAKURA IN HIS CAITANYA SIKSAMRTA HAS COMPARED THE VARIOUS ASURAS TO ANARTHAS.
However one anartha remains unexposed in his list, properly because at the time of Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura this
anartha was still very small.It is the anartha of being like Judas.
Judas sold Jesus out for some 30 silver coins, but a disciple that uses the spiritual masters institution for comfort
and false prestige is worse than Judas.Those who water down and change the philosophy of KC are even worse still.
Aindra in his book. has stated that there is no importance in distributing Srila Prabhupadas books if one does not
develop Vraja Bhakti.But one can not develop Vraja Bhakti until one becomes at least a proper human
being and understand Bhagavad Gita as it is properly and live by Krsnas instructions. Aindra was of course not like Judas, he was actually
was my dear friend .
To me non of Srila Prabhupadas other disciples comes even close to him, except HH Mahanidhi Swami that in my eyes are most
underrated in ISKCON and most misunderstood.
These 2 disciples of Srila Prabhupada are the only ones that live (or lived in Aindra Prabhus case) by the standard of
chanting 64 rounds daily that I know of
.To me they are sat sisya...those who do not chant 64 rounds are fallen in the eyes of our acaryas
and Lord Caitanya
Those who will not want to be Judas disciples should also chant 64 rounds daily as instructed by Lord Gauranga
and give up all ulterior motives .Without chanting 64 rounds daily this will never be possible, never ever
in billions of years.....and only we will see more and more ulterior motives and attempts to cover them up
from the mistakes in the past at present and even the future ones.
I am not saying all Srila Prabhupadas disciples are like Judas that would be an offence, but of all of them ,Aindra Prabhu and Mahanidhi Swami stands out to me to be the best disciples of Srila Prabhupada, and I like to add Jayananda Prabhu due to his spontaenous devotion to Srila Prabhupada, but he did not have the realizations of Mahanidhi Maharaja and Aindra Prabhu