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Letter to: Gopiparanadhana -- Vrindaban 28 September, 1976

Vrindaban
28 September, 1976
76-09-28

Los Angeles
My dear Gopiparanadhana das,
Please accept my blessings. With reference to your letter to Harikesa dated 21st inst., regarding the purport, 2nd paragraph to Bhagavatam 2.2.38, it is clear. Do not try to change anything.
I hope this meets you in good health.
Your ever well-wisher,
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami
ACBS/as

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Do not try to change anything without my permission.

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Letter to: Radhavallabha -- New Delhi 26 August, 1976

New Delhi
26 August, 1976
76-08-26

Los Angeles
My Dear Radhavallabha das,
Please accept my blessings. I am in due receipt of your letter dated August 13, 1976 and have noted the contents with care.
You may title this book, Teachings of Lord Kapila, but it must be subtitled, "The Son of Devahuti''. That will remain, do not try to change it. The Americans may like it or not like it, but we must make the distinction between devahuti putra kapila, and the atheistic Kapila. Do not try to change anything without my permission.

Please be careful not to change the ideas.

Reference: 
Letter to: Kirtanananda -- San Francisco 10 February, 1967

Letter to: Kirtanananda
 --
San Francisco
10 February, 1967
67-02-10

My Dear Kirtanananda,

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