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ASK BVKS | May 27, 2011 |

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Is it conducive for devotional service to use social networking sites like Facebook or Twitter? Can we use it for purposes like preaching, sadhu-sanga or other devotional interactions? How far one should go to use such sites on the name of preaching?

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