Correspondence from His Divine Grace

A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda

DateRecipientSent from
1947-07-12Mahatma Gandhiplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mahatma Gandhi — July 12, 1947

Dear Friend Mahatmajee,

Please accept my respectful Namaskar. I am your unknown friend but I had to write to you at times and again although you never cared to reply them. I sent you my papers "Back to Godhead" but your secretaries told me that you have very little time to read the letters and much less for reading the magazines. I asked for an interview with you but your busy secretaries never cared to reply this. Anyway as I am your very old friend although unknown to you I am again writing to you in order to bring you to the rightful position deserved by you. As a sincere friend I must not deviate from my duty towards a friend like your good self.
Cawnpore
1947-07-13Raja Mohendra Pratapplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Raja Mohendra Pratap — July 13, 1947

Letter to: Raja Mohendra Pratap

Raja Mohendra Pratap

World Federation

Prem MohaVidyalaya

P.O. Vrindaban.

Dear Raja Sahib,

In continuation of my last post card, I beg to inform you that I have finished the reading of your book
Cawnpore
1947-10-21Aska Distilleryplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Aska Distillery — October 21, 1947

Letter to: Aska Distillery

The Proprietor,

Aska Distillery,

Aska.

Dear Sir,

We have decided to open a branch manufactory of our above laboratory in a suitable locality of Berhampur. We are arranging to approach the local excise authorities to grant us permit for possessing and using rectified spirit for medicinal purposes. But before we do anything finally as would like to enquire from your good self whether it is possible to get sufficient quantity of rectified spirit from your distillery.
Calcutta
1949-02-28Sardar Patelplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sardar Patel — February 28, 1949

Letter to: Sardar Patel

Hon. Sardar Dr. Vallavbhaiji Patel

Deputy Prime Minister,

Government of India,

New Delhi.

Revered Sir,

May your honour accept my humble namaskara. Your honour is well known as the iron man of India but I know that you the most practical man who can take things as they are. With this idea in view I venture to approach your honour for submitting the following few lines for your consideration and necessary action.
Calcutta
1949-03-14Juggannath Babuplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Juggannath Babu — March 14, 1949

Letter to: Juggannath Babu

Dear Juggannath Babu,

Please accept my respectful namaskara. The sacred meeting organized by you at your place yesterday will be remembered by me with great reverence and I must thank you from the very core of my heart for giving me a chance to serve the cause of the potency of the almighty God. I think you have inherited some transcendental talents by the good deeds of your past life and as such you have taken your birth in the family of the
Calcutta
1949-03-27Pujyapada Kesava Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Pujyapada Kesava Maharaja — March 27, 1949

Letter to: Pujyapada Kesava Maharaja

[It is an extract from a 1949 letter of Srila Prabhupada. The original letter was in Bengali, and was reprinted, along with this translation, in the summer 2001 edition of Rays of the Harmonist, a magazine published by followers of HH Narayana Maharaja.
1949-05-00Sirplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sir — May, 1949

Letter to: Sir

Dear Sir,

On the conclusion of the All Religious Conference held at Bombay very recently, I may submit that nothing practical has come out of it for uniting the different faiths of the world. The practical solution is lying in the transcendental message of Sri Krishna the Personality of Godhead as given by Him lately in the Bhagavad-gita.
Calcutta
1949-07-05Gandhi Memorial Fundplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Gandhi Memorial Fund — July 5, 1949

Letter to: Gandhi Memorial Fund

The Secretary

The Board of Trustees of Mahatma Gandhi Memorial National Fund,

New Delhi.

Dear Sir,

With reference to the invitation issued by your Board, for suggestions for the administration of the Fund, I beg to inform that Gandhiji
Calcutta
1949-09-01Gita Mandir Trustplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Gita Mandir Trust — September 1, 1949

Letter to: Gita Mandir Trust

Secretary

Sri Gita Mandir Trust,

Gita Mandir Road,

Ahmedabad.

Dear Sir,

I am so much obliged to your kindly conveying the blessings of Reverend Swamiji 108 Sri Srimad Vidyanandji Maharaja.
Calcutta
1950-12-12Father Ramakrishnaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Father Ramakrishna — December 12, 1950

Letter to: Father Ramakrishna

Sriman Ram Krishna Dey

c/o Day Bannernut Co.

Waterloo St.-Cal.

My dear Father Ramakrishna,

My departure for Allahabad was postponed due to the failure of my proposed tenants
Calcutta
1951-06-22R. Prakashplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: R. Prakash — June 22, 1951

Letter to: R. Prakash

Sri R. Prakash M.A.

Officer in charge for Social Upliftment & Prohibition

Department N.P. Excise,

Allahabad.

Dear Sir,

With reference to my personal interview with your honor, I beg to introduce myself as an humble disciple of His Divine Grace Sri Srimad Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Goswami Maharaja of Sridhama Mayapur at Nadia the holy birth place of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu the divine inaugurator of
Allahabad
1951-09-14Mr. Baileyplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mr. Bailey — September 14, 1951

Letter to: Mr. Bailey

Mr. Daniel Bailey

Information officer

American Reporter,

54, Queensway, New Delhi.

Dear Mr. Bailey,

I am in due receipt of your kind letter No. AR2295 of the 7th instant and I thank you very much for the same.
Allahabad
1951-10-02Mr. Baileyplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mr. Bailey — October 2, 1951

Letter to: Mr. Bailey

Mr. Daniel Bailey

Information Officer American Reporter

54, Queen’s Road, New Delhi.

Dear Mr. Bailey,

I am in due receipt of your letter No. AR-2732 of the 26th ultimo, and I am very glad to note your frankness to admit that you cannot go so far at present to disseminate the basic principles of Indian philosophies.
Allahabad
1952-01-20Jawaharlal Nehruplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Jawaharlal Nehru — January 20, 1952

Letter to: Jawaharlal Nehru

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru,

President---All-India National Congress Working Committee.

New Delhi.

Dear Panditji,

Your article heading as “Let us be True to one another
Allahabad
1952-09-26Ramakrishnaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Ramakrishna — September 26, 1952

Letter to: Ramakrishna

My dear Ramakrishna,

In reply to Srimati Suluxmona’s letter, I am sending herewith one letter for her which may be delivered to her. I came here to improve my lot but I see that my bad luck is impossible to be improved. For the last two years approximately I have met expenses from this business to the extent of Rs 600/- month. Calcutta, Allahabad, Ranchi High-Court & Ry Journey altogether five different items of expenses have been so far met. But all of a sudden my siste…
Allahabad
1953-07-07Mr. Baileyplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mr. Bailey — July 7, 1953

Letter to: Mr. Bailey

[True copy of the letter published in the A.B. Patrika on 7/7/53 at Allahabad under the heading “Hindu Missionaries”]

Sir---With reference to the letter of Sri Satish Asthana published in your columns of the 2nd instant, I have the honour to inform all concerned through your esteemed paper, that an association for missionary activities under the name and style
Allahabad
1955-01-01Brothersplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Brothers — January 1, 1955

Letter to: Brothers

1st form No-1.

The circular letter addressing as “Dear Brother”

to be sent along with the Prospectus by book Post

2nd letter on receipt of the reply of the 1st circular letter.

(For inner members who are willing to live with us for spiritual upliftment)
Allahabad
1955-02-04Registrar of Joint Stock Companiesplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Registrar of Joint Stock Companies — February 4, 1955

Letter to: Registrar of Joint Stock Companies

The Registrar of Joint Stock Companies

Uttar Pradesh---Lucknow.

All Glory to Sri Guru and Gauranga.

Dear Sir,

With reference to my interview with your honour on the 3rd instant, regarding registration of the Memorandum of Association and Rules and Regulations of the League of Devotees (alias Sarbabhouma Bhagavata Samaj), I beg to inform you that I have deposited the fee RS 50/- (Rupees Fifty only) in the Imperial Bank of India Ltd, Lucknow and b…
Allahabad
1955-09-00Brotherplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Brother — September, 1955

Letter to: Brother

Dear Brother,

I am in due receipt of your kind enquiry and I am glad that you wish to become a member of the League of Devotees for learning the science & techniques of Theism or spiritualism of the highest standard. The Prospectus is enclosed herewith please find & decide for yourself for becoming a permanent member of this noble institution.
Unknown Place
1955-09-16Gosvami Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Gosvami Maharaja — September 16, 1955

Letter to: Gosvami Maharaja

My dear Sripada Gosvami Maharaja,

Please accept my respectful obeisances. I am in due receipt of your kind letter dated the 14th instant and I have noted the contents very carefully. I am glad that you have come back to Calcutta from the inundated area of Orissa and am more glad to learn that your holiness is trying to return to Delhi for creating a peaceful atmosphere here.
New Delhi
1955-09-16Govinda Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Govinda Maharaja — September 16, 1955

Letter to: Govinda Maharaja

His Holiness Sripada Bhakti Sundar Govinda Maharaja

Sri Caitanya Saraswat Math

Kolergunj

P.O. Navadvipa,

Dist. Nadia (W.Beng.)

My dear Sripada Govinda Maharaja,
New Delhi
1955-09-19Gosvami Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Gosvami Maharaja — September 19, 1955

Letter to: Gosvami Maharaja

My dear Sripada Gosvami Maharaja,

Please accept my respectful obeisances. I hope in the meantime you have received my last letter. This day I had been to the office of the Director of Postal Service along with our friend Sri Horendra Natha Shome and Sripada Akincana Maharaja. Some of the would be customers whose addresses were given for registration denied to be our paid subscribers and this was against the registration certificate. We had some talks with the Asst. …
New Delhi
1955-10-05Gosvami Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Gosvami Maharaja — October 5, 1955

Letter to: Gosvami Maharaja

My dear Sripada Gosvami Maharaja,

Kindly accept my humble and respectful dandabats. I am in due receipt of your letter of the __ __ while you’re staying at Howrah Gaudiya Math. I hope by the time this letter reaches your hand you might have come back to calcutta. I was anxiously awaiting your articles for October. Today is the 5th and I thought that by the 15th of this month the paper might be be out. So please send the articles per return of post and oblige. I have…
New Delhi
1955-12-13R. N. Aggarwal M.Aplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: R. N. Aggarwal M.A — December 13, 1955

Letter to: R. N. Aggarwal M.A

Sri R.N. Aggarwal MA.

President D.M. Committee.

Town Hall, Delhi.

Dear Sri,

Re: your secretary’s letter No. D.O. 807/P.T. the League of Devotees: D/22/11/55
Delhi
1955-12-25Sirsplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sirs — December 25, 1955

Letter to: Sirs

Names of the Executive members of the Delhi section of the League of Devotees.

(1) Rai Bahadur Pandit Narain Das, 21 Pusha Road, N. Delhi

(2) Rai Sahale Seth Girdharilal, Bag Diwar, Delhi

(3) Seth Baseswar Natha, 9 Barkhnkakau Road, N. Delhi
Delhi
1956-11-21Dr. Rajendra Prasad, President of Indian Unionplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Dr. Rajendra Prasad, President of Indian Union — November 21, 1956

Letter to: Dr. Rajendra Prasad, President of Indian Union

To: His Excellency Dr. Rajendra Prasad

President Indian Union,

Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi

(Through His Private Secretary Sri Visvanatha Varma
Delhi
1956-12-25Sri Biswambhar Goswamiplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sri Biswambhar Goswami — December 25, 1956

Letter to: Sri Biswambhar Goswami

Sri Radha Vinode Ji Mandir

33, Ananda Ghat.

Goswami Abhay Charan Bhaktivedanta

Editor.-“BACK TO GODHEAD”.

Revered Sri Goswami Ji,

Kindly accept my respectful obeisances. I have come to Vrindaban to see you specially on some important mission.
Shanti Kutir, Vrindaban
1957-02-18Sri Munshijiplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sri Munshiji — February 18, 1957

Letter to: Sri Munshiji

Sri K.M. Munshi

President of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Bombay

Governor’s Camp,

Lucknow-U.P.

Dear Sri Munshiji,

Please accept my greetings. I am thankful to you for your granting me an interview and accepting a few copies of my paper
Bombay
1957-02-20Chief-Justice Sri M.C. Chaglaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Chief-Justice Sri M.C. Chagla — February 20, 1957

Letter to: Chief-Justice Sri M.C. Chagla

The Hon’ble Mr. Chief-Justice Sri M.C. Chagla

Chief Justice House,

Harkisan Road,

Bombay-6.

My Lord,

I beg to inform your Lordship that on the 16th instant I was present in the meeting of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan in which your Lordship spoke something at length on the matter of equal distribution of wealth as the ultimate solution of economic problem. The subject matter dealt within the meeting was
Bombay
1957-02-21K. M. Munshiplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: K. M. Munshi — February 21, 1957

Letter to: K. M. Munshi

Sri K.M. Munshi,

Governor of Uttar Pradesh,

Raj Bhavan, LUCKNOW.

Dear Sri Munshiji,

Please accept my respectful Namaskar. I hope you have duly received my letter of the 18th instant in the meantime. By the by while reading some of the literatures of your great institution, it has come to my notice that you have in your mind about the various temples and their respective Pujaris also.
Bombay
1957-05-07Sri Padampat Singhaniaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sri Padampat Singhania — May 7, 1957

Letter to: Sri Padampat Singhania

Sri Padampat Singhania,

Kamla Tower,

Kanpur

My dear Sri Padampat Ji,

In continuation of my yesterday’s letter, which I hope you have duly received by this time, and with reference to your request of submitting the way of powerful Mantra for broadcasting all over the world, I beg to inform you further that in every Mantra the prefix of
Kanpur
1958-07-07Ved Prakashplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Ved Prakash — July 7, 1958

Letter to: Ved Prakash

My dear Sri Ved Prakash,

I am in due receipt of your letter No VP 1159/58 D/2/7/58 with thanks and have noted the contents carefully.

I quite appreciate your feelings for the people of India. But when we speak of humanity it does not necessarily mean Indian only neither it may be restricted within the human society even.
Bombay
1958-07-24Seth Mangumal Amarsinghplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Seth Mangumal Amarsingh — July 24, 1958

Letter to: Seth Mangumal Amarsingh

Seth Mangumal Amarsingh

345, Kalvadevi Road, 4th Floor,

Bombay.

Dear Sir,

I beg to inform you that Sri Sanjib Banerji manager of the United Bank of India, has advised me to see you between 1 to 2 p.m. and he has told me that he had telephonic conversation with you about me. I have come from Vrindaban on a missionary purpose and the necessary papers in this connection are enclosed herewith. Please find. Sri Banerji has spoken very high about your good-self …
Bombay
1958-07-28Mr. Banerjeeplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mr. Banerjee — July 28, 1958

Letter to: Mr. Banerjee

Dear Mr. Banerjee,

Please accept my Namaskara. As advised by you the other day I went to see Mr. Mangumal at Kalvadevi but he did not entertain the idea of missionary work. I talked with him and found him perfect gentleman but he has spiritual realization of the lowest rank. According to Bhagavata a person who is attracted by the Arcana Marga without any knowledge of the science of Vaisnavism is called the
Bombay
1958-07-28Ved Prakashplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Ved Prakash — July 28, 1958

Letter to: Ved Prakash

My dear Sri Ved Prakash Ji,

With reference to my interview with you yesterday, I beg to inform you that the cause of our difference of opinion is based on the fact that you have got you own opinion in the matter of preaching our spiritual culture in the foreign countries but so far I am concerned I am conducted by the order of a superior authority and liberated person. My spiritual master Om Visnupada Sri Sri Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Goswami Maharaja wanted it and just …
Bombay
1958-08-02Harbanslalplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Harbanslal — August 2, 1958

Letter to: Harbanslal

My dear Harbanslal Ji,

I am very glad to learn that you have now gone to foreign countries for tour on business as well as cultural mission and I hope that you are enjoying there both your good health as well as the trouting experience. We had a German friend Indian domiciled for the last 20 years who is a great scholar in several languages. He used to say that in Germany specially, wherever an Indian goes specially the student, the Germans receive him well in the proport…
Bombay
1958-08-04Jawaharlal Nehruplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Jawaharlal Nehru — August 4, 1958

Letter to: Jawaharlal Nehru

Pandit Sri Jawaharlal Nehru,

Prime Minister of India,

New Delhi-2

My dear Pandit Ji,

Please accept my respectful Namaskar. I beg to inform you that your speech on 2/8/58 at the Gurukul University Haridwar, has given me some inspiration to inform you something about Indian culture. The basic principle of Indian culture is spiritualism which defies the external attraction of phenomenal materialism.
Bombay
1958-08-05Ratanshi Morarji Khatauplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Ratanshi Morarji Khatau — August 5, 1958

Letter to: Ratanshi Morarji Khatau

Per. Registered Post with A/D.

Sri Ratanshi Morarji Khatau,

Organizer of Bhagavata week (22-7-58 to 28-7-58)

at (Vedanta Satsang Mandal)

55, New Marine Lines,
Bombay
1958-08-14Anand Prakashplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Anand Prakash — August 14, 1958

Letter to: Anand Prakash

Sri Anand Prakash,

c/o Rai Sahib Madho Ram & Sons,

Nai Sarak,

Delhi.

Dear Sir,

As you are a gentleman in public welfare activities, I am in need of your help for advancing the cause of my missionary activities. The programme in nutshell is enclosed herewith in an appeal form which please read and oblige. And on receipt of your reply to this letter, I shall send you my publications both in Hindi and English.
Bombay
1958-08-14Darshanacharya Dr. B.L. Atreya M.A. D.Litt etcplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Darshanacharya Dr. B.L. Atreya M.A. D.Litt etc — August 14, 1958

Letter to: Darshanacharya Dr. B.L. Atreya M.A. D.Litt etc

Padmabhushan Knight Commander,

Darshanacharya Dr. B.L. Atreya M.A. D.Litt etc.

Atrey Nivas, P.O. Hindu University,
Bombay
1958-08-26Jugalkishore Birlaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Jugalkishore Birla — August 26, 1958

Letter to: Jugalkishore Birla

Sri Jugalkishore Birla,

Birla House,

Albukark Road,

New Delhi.

Dear Sir,

Please accept my respectful greetings. I beg to inform you that it is a matter of great satisfaction for us especially and for all generally that your honour is very sincerely anxious to preach the universal truth of Bhagavad-gita all over the world.
Bombay
1958-11-00Brotherplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Brother — November, 1958

Letter to: Brother

My dear Brother,

Please excuse me if I have offended you by calling you my dear Brother. Actually you are my dear brother and when you know me you shall be pleased that I have called you as such.
Jhansi
1959-12-04Debendra Nath Sauplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigPost card to: Debendra Nath Sau

Shri Debendra Nath Sau

(L & L.R. Department)

8, Lyon’s Range

Calcutta; 1

My dear Deben,

My last letter was addressed to you about 10 days before but I have received no reply from you. I asked you in that letter to help me in getting some supporters (supperters) of my paper “Back To Godhead”. So I am anxious to know about it. If you cannot help there is no harm. It was a suggestion only. But why you are silent. Please be in touch with me by correspondence. I …
Ahmedabad
1960-03-28Dr. Y. G. Naik M.Sc., Ph.Dplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Dr. Y. G. Naik M.Sc., Ph.D — March 28, 1960

Letter to: Dr. Y. G. Naik M.Sc., Ph.D

Dr. Y. G. Naik M.Sc., Ph.D.,

Principal Gujarat College,

Dean, Faculty of Science,

Gujarat University Ahmedabad

Dear Dr. Naik,

Your letter dated 20 March 1960 redirected from my Hd Qrs. (Vrindaban) is duly in hand and I am very much encouraged to go through the contents which are full of valuable informations. The subject matter discussed in my article under reference is authorized as far as it refers to the conclusion of Geeta.
Delhi
1960-09-18Visitors’ Bookplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Visitors’ Book — September 18, 1960

Letter to: Visitors’ Book

[From the Visitors’ Book]

SRI SRI RADHA KRISHNA TEMPLE

2430 Chippi Wada Kalan

I am pleased to write herein that I have come to Delhi from my H.Q. 1/859 Kesi Ghat, Vrindaban (U.P.) purely on spiritual mission to propagate the cult of devotional service of the Lord. And I am more pleased to mention herewith that Sriman Sri Krishna Sharma, Haribhaktan das, has provided me with a suitable room for my literary activities. I am publishing an English fortnightly magazine o…
Delhi
1961-03-20Ministry for Scientific Research and Cultural Affairsplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Ministry for Scientific Research and Cultural Affairs — March 20, 1961

Letter to: Ministry for Scientific Research and Cultural Affairs

The Secretary

Ministry for Scientific Research and Cultural Affairs

Government of India, New Delhi.
Cuttack
1961-03-29Doctor Radhakrishnanplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Doctor Radhakrishnan — March 29, 1961

Letter to: Doctor Radhakrishnan

My dear Doctor Radhakrishnan,

I beg to acknowledge receipt with thanks your letter of the 24th instant and have noted the contents. I have come back from Cuttack on the 26th night.
Delhi
1961-03-31Brijratanjiplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Brijratanji — March 31, 1961

Letter to: Brijratanji

Bombay

My dear Brijratanji,

Kindly accept my greetings. I hope you are quite well in all respects by the Grace of the Lord.

I beg to inform you that an international congress for cultivating Human Spirit is going to be held in Japan in the month of May 1961 and you will be glad to know that the Japanese organizers have invited me to attend the congress. They have already taken from me in advance the copy of my views on Human Culture and their second letter confirms it …
Delhi
1961-03-31M. M. Malhotraplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: M. M. Malhotra — March 31, 1961

Letter to: M. M. Malhotra

Sri M.M. Malhotra

Ministry of Scientific Research and Cultural Affairs.

Government of India

New Delhi.

Dear Sri Malhotra,

Thank you for your D.O.No.25(16)/61-r-II dated the 27th instant with enclosure.
Delhi
1961-03-31Scindia Steam Navigation Company Ltdplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Scindia Steam Navigation Company Ltd — March 31, 1961

Letter to: Scindia Steam Navigation Company Ltd

Deputy Manager,

The Scindia Steam Navigation Company Ltd.

Scindia House, Dougall Road

ballard estate, Bombay-1.

Dear Sir,

Kindly refer to your letter No. OPD/FREE/369 dated 30/12/58 and I beg to inform you that you agreed to give me 50% concession from India to U.S.A. and I had to postpone my journey for not being able to pay you even 50% charges. I am a Sannyasi and my expenses for propagting the transcendental message is borne by the philan…
Delhi
1961-04-01Mr. Toshihiro Nakanoplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mr. Toshihiro Nakano — April 1, 1961

Letter to: Mr. Toshihiro Nakano

Mr. Toshihiro Nakano

Secretary General

International Foundation for Cultural Harmony.

P.O. BOX No. 43, Numazi City

Japan

Dear Mr. Toshihiro Nakano,

I beg to inform you that while I was on tour a letter from you was received in the office and it was sent to me on my tour. Unfortunately the same is missing and I shall be obliged if you please send me
Delhi
1961-04-15Mr. Genxo Abeplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mr. Genxo Abe — April 15, 1961

Letter to: Mr. Genxo Abe

Mr. Genzo Abe

Mayor of Fukuoka City

Fukuoka City

Japan

Dear Sir,

I beg to inform you that I have very kindly been invited by the noble Japanese organizers of the International Congress for Cultivating Human Spirit, to be held in your different important cities. I am an Indian Vaisnava Sannyasi dedicated to the cause of spiritual upliftment of the human society. I have therefore taken up the cause of the ensuing congress in your country and wish to meet you convenie…
Delhi
1961-04-18Mr. Nakanoplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mr. Nakano — April 18, 1961

Letter to: Mr. Nakano

Dear Mr. Nakano,

I am in due receipt of your letter of the 9th instant and I am grateful to you for all that you have said for me. I am a humble creature and I am just trying to do my bit in this connection because I was so ordered by my Spiritual Master Sri Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Goswami Maharaja.
Delhi
1961-04-20Mr. Nakanoplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mr. Nakano — April 20, 1961

Letter to: Mr. Nakano

Dear Mr. Nakano,

In continuation of my Reg. letter of the 18th instant I beg to inform you that on 20/4/61 I have received the reply from the government which reads as follows.

I have therefore sent you today the following cable which I beg to confirm herewith.
Delhi
1961-11-05Pramatha Natha Royplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Pramatha Natha Roy — November 5, 1961

Letter to: Pramatha Natha Roy

Sri Pramatha Natha Roy

140/A Raja Dinusta Street

Calcutta-4.

Handed over the manuscript of Shi Caitanya Mahaprabhu for printing in a three forms book on the occasion of Sri Srimat Sakhi Charan Das Babaji Maharaja
Delhi
1962-06-01Sri Puriplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sri Puri — June 1, 1962

Letter to: Sri Puri

Dear Sri Puri,

Yesterday evening I have come to Vrindaban for a flying visit and shall return to Delhi on Monday 4/6/62 to attend the Jayal meeting on Tuesday 5/6/62 morning. I am glad to see that my Thursday lectures have brought some changes in the mind of the young offenders. If the lectures are continued I am sure to turn these offenders into saintly characters. The means which I have adopted is spiritual and it works quickly than any material means. If you give me chan…
Vrindaban
1963-07-09Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, President of Indiaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, President of India — July 9, 1963

Letter to: Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, President of India

His Excellency

Dr. S. Radhakrishnan,

President of India

Rastrapati Bhawan

New Delhi.

Respected Dr. Radhakrishnan,

Please accept my greetings. It is understood that you have come back from your American & European Tour on the mission of philosophy and religion.
Vrindaban
1964-02-29Mangala Nand Goutamplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mangala Nand Goutam — February 29, 1964

Letter to: Mangala Nand Goutam

Sri Mangala Nand Goutam

Editor Rastrapati

Jama Masjid Dispensary

Delhi-6

Please receive the following books on sales and return basis in terms of you letter of date. Please also receive the order book also herewith.
Delhi
1964-03-13Appeal to Vaisnava Sectplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Appeal to Vaisnava Sect — March 13, 1964

Letter to: Appeal to Vaisnava Sect

AN APPEAL TO THE VAISNAVA SECT AND SPECIALLY TO THE VALLABHA SAMPRADAYA OF BOMBAY AND GUJARAT.

INSERT SANSKRIT HERE

SRIMAD BHAGAVATAM is very dear to all Vaisnavites and especially to the
Delhi
1964-04-12Mangalanand Goutamplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mangalanand Goutam — April 12, 1964

Letter to: Mangalanand Goutam

Sri Mangalanand Goutam

Jama Musjid Dispensary

Delhi-6

My dear Goutamji,

The other day when you came to me with your wife, you said that the order book & receipt book would be returned by you. But since then you have not seen me.
Delhi
1964-05-00Sirplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sir — May, 1964

Letter to: Sir

FOREIGN FORWARDING LETTERS.

Dear Sir,

With due respect I beg to request you to look into the papers despatched to your address under separate Book Post.

In that book post you will find one copy of my theistic fortnightly paper BACK TO GODHEAD broadcasting exclusively everything about the Supreme Personality of Godhead. These topics about Godhead are delineated in a manner for understanding of any common man and it is high time that people of the world should now know about the…
Unknown Place
1964-05-23Mathura Prasadplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mathura Prasad — May 23, 1964

Letter to: Mathura Prasad

My dear Mathura Prasad ji,

I beg to thank you for your kind cooperation in the matter of Bhagavatam Mission. I shall try to see the Hathras gentleman of whom you have given me the name and the address. Kindly send me some more addresses of gentlemen so that I shall send them the books and other necessary papers to convince them about the importance of the work I have undertaken. After seeing the Hathras gentleman I shall go Delhi and from there I shall send you some s…
Vrindaban
1964-06-00Shastryjiplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Shastryji — June, 1964

Letter to: Shastryji

My dear Shastryji,

I thank you for your granting me an interview yesterday morning but I was not successful in my mission because your dealing with me yesterday was more official than hearty. You asked me to send you my Srimad-Bhagavatam Part II with a note. This is not only expensive for me but also troublesome for me. Any way as you wanted me to send you a note. I am abiding by your order but I am doubtful whether you will have any time to go through my notes. The first …
Unknown Place
1965-07-28Buroplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Buro — July 28, 1965

Letter to: Buro

A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami

Camp Bombay July 28, 1965

My dear Buro,

On the eve of my leaving India for America on the 9th of August 1965, I want to see you for entrusting you with money and books in the matter of my publication SRIMAD BHAGWATAM so far advanced.
Bombay
1965-07-31Gosainjiplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Gosainji — July 31, 1965

Letter to: Gosainji

Sri Gorachand Goswami

Sebait Sri Radha Damodar ji

Temple, Sebakunja

Vrindaban.

My dear Gosainji,

Please accept my dandabats. Tomorrow I am going to Calcutta to catch my ship M.V. Jaladuta and I am starting for U.S.A. by the 10th of August, 1965 reaching New York after a month. And I have sent you one M.O. for Rs 25/-day before yesterday which I hope you have received in the meantime. I may return to India by November next.
Bombay
1965-10-04Sripad Narayana Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sripad Narayana Maharaja — October 4, 1965

Letter to: Sripad Narayana Maharaja

c/o Gopal P. Agarwal

415 North Main Street Apt 111

BUTLER, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Tridandi Goswami

A.C. Bhaktivedānta Swami

Sripad Narayana Maharaja,
Butler
1965-10-27Sumati Morarjeeplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sumati Morarjee — October 27, 1965

Letter to: Sumati Morarjee

Madam Sumati Morarji Baisaheba,

Please accept my greetings. I am very glad to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated the 9th instant and have noted the contents. Since I have landed in U.S.A. I have improved in my health and I am very glad to see that in America practically everything is available for our Indian vegetarian dishes. By the grace of Lord Krishna the American are prosperous in every respect and they are not poverty stricken like the Indians. The people…
New York
1965-11-06Sallyplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sally — November 6, 1965

Letter to: Sally

My dear daughter Sally,

I am so glad to receive your very affectionate letter of the 3rd instant and have noted the contents carefully. Yes I have got this nice typewriter by the Grace of the Lord and I am very much satisfied with it working. Before receiving your letter under reply I have sent two letters both to you and Gopala. I understand that you have received them. In one of them I have requested Gopala to dispatch 25 sets of books to Paragon Book Gallery and I am anxiou…
New York
1965-11-08Tirtha Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Tirtha Maharaja — November 8, 1965

Letter to: Tirtha Maharaja

Pujaniya Srila Tirtha Maharaja,

Kindly accept respectful obeisances at your lotus feet. Since I have come to the United States of America I had several correspondence with Sripada Govinda Maharaja. While I was in Calcutta at that time as well as in our different exchange of letters there was some hint from Sripada Govinda Maharaja, I should work in cooperation with your holiness and in my last letter I have already expressed my readiness to cooperate with your holine…
New York
1965-11-10Sumati Morarjeeplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sumati Morarjee — November 10, 1965

Letter to: Sumati Morarjee

Madam Sumati Morarji Baisaheba,

Please accept my greetings and blessing of Lord Bala Krishna. I hope you have already received my letter of the 27th ultimo and I hope to receive your reply very soon. And in continuation of my letter as abovementioned I beg to inform you that the number of
New York
1965-11-13Sallyplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sally — November 13, 1965

Letter to: Sally

My dear daughter Sally,

I thank you very much for your letter of the 9th instant and I am very glad to note that your little Bijo is growing to be more adventurous nowadays. Generally the son acquires the qualities of the mother and the daughter acquires the qualities of the father. And such children become happy in life. You have acquired the qualities of your intelligent father and your son will be as intelligent as you are and thus your son will be as good as your noble fat…
New York
1965-11-19Sallyplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sally — November 19, 1965

Letter to: Sally

My dear daughter Sally,

I beg to thank you for your kind letter of the 16th instant and I have noted the contents carefully. I am glad to learn that you had been to your parents house for a few days and now you have returned home. I am still more glad to learn that you are going to observe the third birthday of Miss Kamala Agarwal on Saturday next. On this occasion I should have presented her some ornaments but as I am a Sannyasi I can simply offer my blessing for her long lif…
New York
1965-11-23Tirtha Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Tirtha Maharaja — November 23, 1965

Letter to: Tirtha Maharaja

Pujaniya Sripada Tirtha Maharaja,

May it please your holiness. I am in due receipt of your letter of the 17th instant and although it is not very encouraging still as I am not a man to be disappointed, I take courage from your letter as you write to say that there is possibility to raise the fund but it will take some time.
New York
1966-01-14Mr. A. B. Hartmanplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mr. A. B. Hartman — January 14, 1966

Letter to: Mr. A. B. Hartman

Mr. A. B. Hartman

New York City

Dear Sir,

Re: Your House 143 W. 72nd Street for sale.

Please accept my greetings. Perhaps you may know me by my name because I am in correspondence with Mr. Baum of Messrs. Phillips, Wood Dolson Inc. in connection with your house at 143 W. 72nd Street. As I do not know your office address so I contacted by phone Mrs Hartman and she was very kind to talk with me. I have already left with me a paper on my mission for which I wanted …
New York
1966-01-20Bon Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Bon Maharaja — January 20, 1966

Letter to: Bon Maharaja

My dear Sripada Bon Maharaja,

Please accept my humble dandabats. I beg to thank you for your kind letter of the 14th instant. I am very glad to learn that your first part of Bhakti Rasamrita Sindhu is now out and shall be glad if you send me one copy so that I can show to persons who are interested in my Srimad-Bhagavatam. I am also glad to learn that you are now thinking of New York on receipt of my letter and it may be that you have to come here again if there is the …
New York
1966-01-20Sir Padampat Singhaniaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sir Padampat Singhania — January 20, 1966

Letter to: Sir Padampat Singhania

My dear Sir Padampat,

Please accept my greetings and blessings of Sri Sri Dvarakadhisa Maharaja. With thanks I beg to acknowledge receipt of your kind letter dated 14th January 1966 and I have noted the contents very carefully. The two points of difficulties as shown by you are quite right because without sanction of the Government we cannot proceed a step even in this connection. And as pointed out in my last letter I have full responsibility for this. I was …
New York
1966-02-04Tirtha Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Tirtha Maharaja — February 4, 1966

Letter to: Tirtha Maharaja

My dear Sripada Tirtha Maharaja,

Kindly accept my humble dandabats, I am in due receipt of your kind letter of the 1st instant and I am glad to note that you will get the Exchange sanction on receipt of the letter of the donor. The donor is a big business magnet of India and as required by you I am enclosing here with the letter of Sri Padampat Singhania of the J.K. Organizations, Kamla Tower, Kanpur dated 14th January 1966 which will speak for itself. I think you ma…
New York
1966-02-16Mr. Dharwarkarplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mr. Dharwarkar — February 16, 1966

Letter to: Mr. Dharwarkar

Messrs. Universal Book House

Sita Sadan Top Floor

Tulsi Pipe Road, Dadar

Bombay -28.

Dear Mr. Dharwarkar,

Please accept my greetings. Since I came to America I have not heard anything from you. Hope everything is well with you and your business. I shall be glad to hear from you about the progress of the sale of my books Srimad-Bhagavatam entrusted to you. I shall be glad to know if the sales proceeds have been deposited with my bank account as follows:
New York
1966-02-16Tirtha Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Tirtha Maharaja — February 16, 1966

Letter to: Tirtha Maharaja

His Holiness

Sripada B.V. Tirtha Maharaja

Sri Caitanya Research Institute

70 B, Rash Behari Avenue

Calcutta 26, India.

My dear Sripada Tirtha Maharaja,

Kindly accept my humble dandabats at your lotus feet. I hope you have duly received my letter of the 4th instant with enclosure of Sir Padampat Singhania the expected donor of the Temple. Since then I have changed my room (Room No 307) as abovementioned in the same building for better air and light and on the roa…
New York
1966-03-05Salvation Armyplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Salvation Army — March 5, 1966

Letter to: Salvation Army

Secretary

National Head Quarter of

The Salvation Army

120-130 West 14th Street

New York, N.Y.

Dear Sir,

I beg to inform you that I am a Vaisnava Sannyasi and I have come from India (Vrindaban U.P.) for establishing a preaching centre in America for the first time in the study of Srimad-Bhagavatam. A small literature in this connection is sent herewith for your kind perusal. This Srimad-Bhagavatam is the post graduate study of the Bhagavad-gita and both of them ar…
New York
1966-03-17Unknownplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Unknown — March 17, 1966

Letter to: Unknown

Mr. Martin the Finance Secretary seen today personally. Requested him to 4:80 per dollar in exchange. He formally agreed and will get it confirmed from sender and let me know finally. It is good news.
New York
1966-03-18Sir Padampat Singhaniaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sir Padampat Singhania — March 18, 1966

Letter to: Sir Padampat Singhania

My dear Sir Padampat,

Please accept my greetings and blessings of Sri Sri Dvarakadhisa Maharaja. I hope by Lord’s Grace everything is all right with you.

Now as referred to my last letter of January 20 1966, I am very glad to inform you that by the Grace of Lord Dvarakadhisa there is now some definite arrangement for dollar exchange in India.
New York
1966-03-18Sumati Morarjeeplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sumati Morarjee — March 18, 1966

Letter to: Sumati Morarjee

Madam Sumati Morarji Baisaheba,

Please accept my greeting and blessing of Lord Bala Krishna. I hope by the Grace of Lord Sri Krishna everything well with you.

Since I received your last letter of October 9, 1965, I was very much encouraged when you wrote to say
New York
1966-04-27Sumati Morarjeeplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sumati Morarjee — April 27, 1966

Letter to: Sumati Morarjee

Madam Sumati Morarji Baisaheba,

Kindly accept my greetings and blessing of Lord Bala-Krsna. I am in due receipt of your letter of the 11th instant and have noted the contents with thanks.
New York
1966-04-30Reserve Bank of Indiaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Reserve Bank of India — April 30, 1966

Letter to: Reserve Bank of India

Chief Controller of Exchange

Control Department

Reserve Bank of India

New Delhi, INDIA.

Dear Sir,

I beg to inform you that I am a Vaisnava Sannyasi in the line of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. In pursuance of the cult of Love of Godhead as propounded by Lord Caitanya 500 years before, I have come to America to preach the same cultural mission on the principles of the Bhagavad-gita and the Srimad-Bhagavatam. My translation of the Srimad-Bhagavatam (published…
New York
1966-05-16Mangalaniloy Brahmacariplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mangalaniloy Brahmacari — May 16, 1966

Letter to: Mangalaniloy Brahmacari

My dear Brahmacari Mangalaniloy,

Please accept my hearty greetings for your letter of the 11th instant and I have noted the contents very carefully. Your strong desire to come to western countries is very laudable because Srila Prabhupada had a great hope to preach the gospel of Sri Rupa and Raghunath in these parts of the world. At the same time there is a great prospect for preaching the cult of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu in this part of the world. The America…
New York
1966-05-28Indian Embassy in Americaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Indian Embassy in America — May 28, 1966

Letter to: Indian Embassy in America

Secretary

Indian Embassy in America

Washington D.C.

Dear Sir,

I beg to inform you that I have been instructed by the Controller of Exchange Reserve Bank of India Delhi to forward my letter to the Ministry of Finance, Department of Economic Affairs Government of India New Delhi for release of Indian Exchange.
New York
1966-06-11Mangalaniloy Brahmacariplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mangalaniloy Brahmacari — June 11, 1966

Letter to: Mangalaniloy Brahmacari

Sriman Brahmacari Mangalaniloy

c/o messrs. Bhajanlal Srinivasa

P.O. Shillong, Assam

INDIA

My dear Brahmacari Mangalaniloy,

I thank you very much for your kind letter of the 3rd inst and I am glad to understand that you are serious for joining me in my great adventure for preaching the message of Rupa Raghunath in these parts of the world. I am confident to see fulfillment of Lord Caitanya
New York
1966-06-11Mr. I. N. Wankawalaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mr. I. N. Wankawala — June 11, 1966

Letter to: Mr. I. N. Wankawala

Sri I. N. Wankawala

Scindia Steam Navigation Co Ltd

Central Bank Buildings,

Netaji Subhas Road,

Calcutta-1

Dear Mr. Wankawala,

Please accept my greetings. Since I have left India I did not hear from you and I hope everything is well with you. My preaching work is going on nicely. The Americans are taking interest in the matter of Bhakti cult of Sankirtana movement. I am holding classes of Sankirtana and discourses on the Bhagavad-gita and Srimad-Bhagavatam a…
New York
1966-06-23Mangalaniloy Brahmacariplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mangalaniloy Brahmacari — June 23, 1966

Letter to: Mangalaniloy Brahmacari

My dear Brahmacari Mangalniloy,

Please accept my dandabats. I am in due receipt of your letter of the 16th instant and have noted the contents carefully. Please let me know if I will have to send you money for the articles like Mrdanga etc. If so kindly let me know the respective price.
New York
1966-07-16Mangalaniloy Brahmacariplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mangalaniloy Brahmacari — July 16, 1966

Letter to: Mangalaniloy Brahmacari

My dear Brahmacari Mangalaniloy,

I thank you for your letter of the 8th instant and have noted the contents. Please note my change of address as above mentioned. I have further risked in the matter of rent of the house. I was paying Mr. Murray $100.00 but I was not independent there. Here the rent is $200.00 per month but I am completely independent and that I have taken a telephonic connection. My lecture hall is on the ground floor and my apartment is on th…
New York
1966-07-16Mr. Prakash Shahplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mr. Prakash Shah — July 16, 1966

Letter to: Mr. Prakash Shah

Mr. Prakash Shah

Second Secretary

Embassy of India

Washington D.C.

Dear Mr. Shah,

I thank you for your letter No. Con63 (1)66 of the 11th instant and it is understood that I may raise the necessary funds from the residents of America.
New York
1966-08-01Madhava Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Madhava Maharaja — August 1, 1966

Letter to: Madhava Maharaja

My dear Sripada Madhava Maharaja,

Please accept my humble dandabats and I hope everything is going well in respect of your holiness health and preaching work.

I hope that you are aware of the correspondence which I had been exchanging with Sriman Brahmacari Mangalaniloy and you also know it that I am desiring to get him here in United States of America for my assistance. You may also know that I am trying to construct a Temple of Sri Sri Radha Krishna in New York s…
New York
1966-08-03Bank of Barodaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Bank of Baroda — August 3, 1966

Letter to: Bank of Baroda

Agent

The Bank of Baroda, Limited

Branch Chandni Chawk

Delhi 6, India

Dear Sir,

Re My savings Bank account 1452

With reference to the above I beg to inform you that since a year I am out of India, and I may be required to live here a few days more. I am therefore anxious to know my above account position and shall be glad to have a statement of account since June 1st 1965 on which date I see my credit balance Rs. 2206.05.
New York
1966-08-03First National City Bankplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: First National City Bank — August 3, 1966

Letter to: First National City Bank

Manager

First National City Bank

Grand Street Branch

Grand St. and Bowery

New York 13 N.Y.

Dear Sir,

I beg to inform you that I have to transfer 1500/- Indian rupees to my Account (Savings) No. 1452 with the Bank of Baroda Limited Chandni Chawk Branch Delhi-6, India from my savings bank a/c with you.
New York
1966-08-21Sripad Narayana Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sripad Narayana Maharaja — August 21, 1966

Letter to: Sripad Narayana Maharaja

26 Second Avenue - B1

New York, NY 10003 USA

Phone: 212-674-7428

Sripad Narayana Maharaja,

Please accept my dandavats and also please take my blessings.
New York
1966-09-28Sripad Narayana Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sripad Narayana Maharaja — September 28, 1966

Letter to: Sripad Narayana Maharaja

“Sri Sri Guru Gauranga Jayatho”

By Air Mail Registered Post

International Society for Krsna Consciousness, Inc.

Twenty-Six Second Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10003
New York
1966-10-03Mr. K. B. Mehtaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Mr. K. B. Mehta — October 3, 1966

Letter to: Mr. K. B. Mehta

Mr. K. B. Mehta

Assistant Manager

Scindia Steam Navigation Company

Central Bank Building

33 Netaji Subhas Road

Calcutta 1, India

My dear Mr. Mehta,

Kindly refer to your letter dated 27th June, 1966. Now, immediately, some foods are to be dispatched from Delhi and Calcutta on my account to New York. You have written to say that the goods should be cleared and passed by the customs under a certain bill. But I do not know who will take charge of clearing these goo…
New York
1966-10-11Panchuplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Panchu — October 11, 1966

Letter to: Panchu

My dear Panchu,

Since I have come to America I have not heard anything from you. In the beginning I had to write two or three letter to your revered father, but I did not receive any reply from him. I therefore did not write him again and still I am anxious to hear about you all. Please therefore let me know how are you all. How is your mother and Bahuma, your wife, and how is your father. I hope everything is alright with you by Grace of Sri Sri Radha Damodara Jeu. Please re…
New York
1966-10-26Sripad Narayana Maharajaplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigLetter to: Sripad Narayana Maharaja — October 26, 1966

Letter to: Sripad Narayana Maharaja

26 Second Avenue

Apartment B I R

New York 10003

USA

Sripad Narayana Maharaja,

Accept my dandavats. I last wrote to you on the 28th of September, and I also sent you a check for Rs 1500/-. I still haven
New York
 
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