"Nitai savo laišką pradėjo paneigdamas mūsų mokytojų sekos autentiškumą. Jis pacitavo Rādhāramaṇacaraṇa dāsa Bābādžį, Šrilos Bhaktisiddhantos Sarasvačio Thakuros amžininką, kuris tvirtino kad Šrila Bhaktisiddhanta nebuvo inicijuotas Šrilos Gaura Kišoros: "Buvo gerai žinoma, kad Gaura Krišora neturėjo mokinių"
Prabhupada atsakė, kad Rādhāramaṇacaraṇa dāsa Bābādžis buvo kaništha-adhikaris, kurį Šrila Bhaktisiddhanta stipriai sukritikavo už tai, kad tas skelbėsi didžiu pamokslautoju, nors neturėjo jokio tikro žinojimo apie Gaudija vaišnavų filosofiją.
Apie tą babadžį Radha-ramana-čarana das (tikriausiai tas pats babadžis) yra daugiau informacijos https://gosai.com/chaitanya/prabhupada_ ... ife_1.html:
In 1902 Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura started to build his bhajan-kutir called Bhakti Kuthi near the samadhi of Srila Haridas Thakura. The King of Kasim Bazar, Maharaja Manindra Chandra Nandi, who was grief stricken due to some personal tragedy, used to live there in a tent and listen to the hari-katha of Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura and Srila Sarasvati Thakura. At this time Srila Sarasvati Thakura regularly used to read and explain the Chaitanya Charitamrta to the audience in Bhakti Kuthi, in front of Srila Bhaktivinode Thakura. During this time he labored to collect material for Vaisnava Manjusa, a Vaisnava encyclopedia.
One Babaji, Radha-raman charan das, who lived in Puri, had concocted a song: bhaja nitai gaura radhe syama / japa hare krsna hare ram. Srila Sarasvati Thakura not only protested against this but presented a very strong argument and proved it to be inauthentic and against Vaisnava scriptures. This Babaji also introduced the sakhiveki concept by dressing one of his followers as Lalita Sakhi. This was against Mahaprabhu's teachings since an ordinary jiva was being worshipped as though he were an expansion of Srimati Radharani. Srila Sarasvati Thakura was always a fearless and forthright speaker, and thus opposed the Babaji. Therefore, those who opposed him, unable to defeat him in argument, tried other ways to suppress his preaching. Although Srila Sarasvati Thakura silently tolerated this oppression, Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura asked him to go to Mayapur and practice his bhajana there, without obstacles.
Situacija pakankamai aiški: babadžis darė labai neautoritetingus dalykus. Kadangi Šrila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvatis Thakura kalbėjo prieš tokių nesąmonių darymą, babadžis tapo jo oponentu ir nuo to laiko skleidė melagingus gandus apie Šrilą Bhaktisiddhantą.
Apie tą pačią neautoritetingą sakhi-bekhi tradiciją Šrila Prabhupada kalbasi su mokiniais:
Room Conversation -- January 24, 1977, Bhuvanesvara:
Hari-śauri: I've seen one man. He comes sometimes to our temple dressed as a woman.
Prabhupāda: Yes, sakhībhekhī.
Hari-śauri: Yes, I've seen him a few times.
Prabhupāda: Sakhībekhī. There are so many apasampradāyas, thirteen at least in the counting by Bhaktivinoda Ṭhākura: āula, bāula kartābhajā, neḍā, daraveśa, sāṅi sahajiyā, sakhībekhī. This sakhībekhī. Smārta, jāta-gosāñi, ativāḍī, cūḍādhārī, gaurāṅga-nāgarī. These thirteen, fourteen apasampradāyas. They are passing as Caitanya Mahāprabhu's sampradāya. But they're the worst, rejected. The sakhībekhī, dressing like.... To cheat Kṛṣṇa. Kṛṣṇa is after the gopīs, so they have dressed like gopī, and Kṛṣṇa does not know that he's a rascal man. (laughter) Just see. This is their intelligence, to.... "I have become a sakhī. Kṛṣṇa will embrace me and kiss me." So Kṛṣṇa is so fool. (laughs) These rascals are doing that. Sakhībhekhī. There was a Lalitā-sakhi in Navadvīpa. All women surrounding him. Somebody is dressing him with red, what is called?
Prabhupāda: No. Alta it is called. And gumta (?). Somebody is giving massage. Lalitā Didi. Rayarāma dāsa's guru-bhai. This Rāma dāsa's, I have... "Nitāi gaura rādhe śyāma." This Rāma dāsa and that Lalitā, they're Godbrothers. So many... And amongst them there was fight—"You said that you have done this wrong," "You said you have done this wrong." But both of them are dead and gone. There are so many that, Sakhībhekhī. All women. Sometimes he — I have heard all this — he will observe the menstrual period. (laughter) To laugh or lament? "He's in menstrual period." This Ramakrishna did. He was also, because Jagamati experimented.
Iš tikro, "to laugh or lament?" - ar čia juoktis ar apgailestauti, kai tokios kvailystės daromos.