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Letter to: Brijratanji

To:
Brijratanji
Place:
Delhi
Date:
March 31
Year:
1961

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 that they are very much anxious to receive me there. From the copy of the enclosed certificate, you will find it that they have arranged for my boarding and lodging during the days of my stay there.

Now I request you to arrange for my passage to Japan and oblige. Last you were ready to bear my passage expenses from India to South America. And as I could not get the No objection certificate I had to postpone the journey. This time there is no such question and the passage expenses to Japan are far less than South America.

Kindly therefore do the needful immediately and give me a chance to speak to the enlightened people of the world the message of Human Culture from the Vedic literatures. I am sure such views will change the angle of vision of the world activities.

Awaiting your early reply to the above camp Address and thanking you in anticipation.

Yours sincerely,
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami

True Copy. Certificate.
From the International Foundation for Cultural Harmony.
PO Box No. 43, Numazi City, Japan.

To Whom it may concern.

This is to certify that Sri A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami 1/859, Kesi Ghat P.O. Vrindaban (Mathura) U.P. India, is a bona fide visitor to the “CONGRESS FOR CULTIVATING HUMAN SPIRIT” will be held under the auspices of the International Foundation for Cultural Harmony from the 10th May through the 24th May this year 1961 at the important places in Japan.

It is understood that lodging and boarding arrangements during the period will made and payed by us.

It would be a great favor if necessary passport and a visa to visit Japan are passed to him to make his arrival in Japan before the 10th May 1961.

sd/-Toshihiro Nakano

General Secretary

International Foundation for Cultural Harmony

Copy forwarded to
Sri Brijratan S. Mohatta
Peoples Building
Sir P. Mehta Road
Fort Bombay-1.

N.B. If you want take my assistance in any matter to be executed at Japan, I shall consider it my duty to do without any obligation on your part,

Yours etc.

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