Correspondence from His Divine Grace

A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda

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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
 
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