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741114 - Letter to Patita Uddharana written from Bombay

Letter to Patit Uddharan dasa

Hare Krishna Land, Gandhi Gram Rd.
Juhu, Bombay 400 054   India

Sriman Patit Uddharan dasa Brahmachary
Bhaktivedanta Manor, Letchmore Heath
Watford WD2 8EP
Hertsfordshire, U.K.
My Dear Patit Uddharan dasa:
Please accept my blessings. I have understood from Hansadutta Prabhu that you are giving lectures in the temple. I have seen the column from the Gujarati newspaper and I am very pleased. Somebody must speak, and you have taken the task. I offer you my thanks. You are an elder disciple and you have heard what I am speaking, so you should just speak what you have heard and it will have potent effect. This is the power of the parampara, disciplic succession. So you must be prepared to meet all opposition because practically everyone is mayavadi. They do not have faith in Krishna's words in Bhagavad-gita. Therefore we have a great responsibility to present Krishna's words without any change. Please do the needful. Your speaking should be continued.

I hope this meets you in good health.

Your ever well wisher,

A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami