Unfortunately in this Age of Kali there are many mundane persons in the dress of Vaiñëavas, and Çréla Bhaktivinoda Öhäkura has described them as disciples of Kali. He says, kali-celä. He indicates that there is another Vaiñëava, a pseudoVaiñëava with tilaka on his nose and kaëöhé beads around his neck. Such a pseudoVaiñëava associates with money and women and is jealous of successful Vaiñëavas. Although passing for a Vaiñëava, his only business is earning money in the dress of a Vaiñëava. Bhaktivinoda Öhäkura therefore says that such a pseudoVaiñëava is not a Vaiñëava at all but a disciple of Kali-yuga. A disciple of Kali cannot become an äcärya by the decision of some high court. Mundane votes have no jurisdiction to elect a Vaiñëava äcärya. A Vaiñëava äcärya is self-effulgent, and there is no need for any court judgment. A false äcärya may try to override a Vaiñëava by a high-court decision, but Bhaktivinoda Öhäkura says that he is nothing but a disciple of Kali-yuga.