Nandarāṇī: Bathing and changing of Their clothes and three āratiks—once we have a separate place and we have devotees to maintain Them. We have been eager to worship Deities, so we planted tulasīs, so now we have sixty tulasīs,
Prabhupāda: Yes, I understand that.
Nandarāṇī: So we are looking forward to worshiping the Deity and having a good program for bhakti.
Prabhupāda: Here also you can do, but Atreya Ṛṣi thinks separate building. He thinks like that.
Nandarāṇī: He wants a separate place. Because it is difficult for all of us to do two things. It is very... It's just very difficult. So having two places would mean we could have one run like a temple and one run like a home. If many devotees come here and wear old clothes and live... Devotees, sometimes they want to dress in old clothes, they want to be very strict, they want to be very austere. But when the businessmen come and they see a devotee with shaved head and old rags on, then they think...
Nandarāṇī: Yes. "What is this?" you know. So... But at the same time, we don't want to always dress very nicely; we want to be devotees. We want to be simple.
Prabhupāda: We must be clean.
Nandarāṇī: Clean, yes.
Prabhupāda: The dress is not important—cleanliness.
Hari-śauri: You can dress in karmī clothes and still be very strict Vaiṣṇava.
Nandarāṇī: Here we wear mostly street clothes, like the Iranians—suits and dresses and like that.
Prabhupāda: Just like he is not well dressed, but anyone who will, he'll immediately find he's cleansed. That is wanted. Cleansed dress. Dress is not important.
Nandarāṇī: I think Atreya Ṛṣi wants two places, one like a home and one like a temple. Those devotees who want to...
Prabhupāda: One can become clean with simply loincloth. It doesn't require dress.