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750902 - Letter to Omkara written from Vrndavana

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Letter to Omkara dasi



September 2, 1975
Krishna Balaram Mandir, Ramen Reti,
Vrindaban, U.P.   INDIA


Srimate Omkara devi dasi
ISKCON
3764 Watseka Ave.
Los Angeles, Ca.   90034
My Dear Omkara dasi:
Please accept my blessings. I have seen your letter dated August 17, 1975 and have noted the contents. I never said there should be no more marriage. By all means legally you can get married. How can I object? They misunderstand me. Unless it is there from me in writing, there are so many things that "Prabhupada said."
I have no objection to marriage, but to bless it by a fire sacrifice, that I am thinking that if they don't stay together, then it is not good. But if they can remain together for one year, then there can be fire sacrifice. But changing three times in a month husband and wife, that is not good.
I hope this meets you in good health.


Your ever well wisher,
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A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami

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