“Bimalaprasad toured South India in 1904 and again in 1905-places like Tirupati, Srirangam, Singhachal, Raj Mahendry, Madras, Perambadur, Kanchiveram, Kumbhakonam and Madurai.
While on tour he collected all the information about the rites and rules of Vedic tridanda Vaishnava sannyasa from a Ramanujatridandi swami at Perambadur. Wherever he would go in his travels he would lecture, write and debate the learned panditas of the day. He soon acquired such a reputation that his name would strike fear in the hearts of his philosophical adversaries. All bogus cults and sects were doomed in his presence.” – A Ray of Vishnu.