The Ranji Trophy was scrapped last season due to the pandemic and the 42-year-old felt that it put a lot of strain on a lot of the players.
However, this year's Vijay Hazare and Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy payments (Rs 35,000 per match) have been cleared.
The BCCI Apex Council last month decided to keep September as the tentative month to start the 2021-22 domestic season.
Easwaran opened up on his hopes from the UK tour and what he has learned from the likes of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma by watching them closely in the India nets.
Ranji Trophy, India's premier tournament which was cancelled for the first time in 87 years in 2020, has been planned between December and March in the upcoming season.
The COVID-19 pandemic has done what even the Second World War could not: bring to a halt the Ranji Trophy's 87-year-old non-stop journey.
The BCCI is set to host the Vinoo Mankad Trophy -- U19 limited-overs tournament along with Vijay Hazare and senior women's one-dayers.
The BCCI will also host the U-19 National One Day tournament for the Vinoo Mankad Trophy and the Women's national 50-over tournament.
While many expected the BCCI to finalise their choice much earlier, the board's effort to host the Ranji Trophy at any costs has ensured a delay.
There are indications that West Indies and Australia are also eager to play a few T20s before the ICC event, which could mean a busy home calendar for India.
Syed Mushtaq Ali T20s remains the only tournament which is preferred commonly by all with Vijay Hazare the second.
The BCCI has given state units four options: Only Ranji Trophy, only T20s, Ranji Trophy and T20s, T20s and one-dayers. They have been asked to choose one and reply by December 2.
The BCCI has stated that in the six cities, at least three venues should have the facility to digitally broadcast matches.
Tamil Nadu have six-seven players who have played for the country, but picking the rest and striking the right balance has been a challenge.