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That is our philosophy: everything perfect for Krishna.

Reference: 
Letter to: Mandali Bhadra -- Jaipur 20 January, 1972

You shall from now on be the Head of the translating department in German
language for all ISKCON literatures. You translate yourself as it is
comfortable, but all other translations in German language by other
translators must be checked by you, edited, and corrected very strictly for
grammar and proper use of German language. It is not our philosophy to print
errors.
Of course, our spiritual subject matter is transcendental and therefore it
remains potent despite mistakes in grammar, spelling, etc. But this type of

Because we have got facility to make it perfect, that is our philosophy.

Reference: 
Letter to: Hansadutta -- Jaipur 20 January, 1972

It is not that we may present anything crude translation and that is
acceptable. No, even though the transcendental subject matter of Vedic
literature is still spiritually potent despite the crudest translation,
still, because we have got facility to make it perfect, that is our
philosophy. When I translated Srimad-Bhagavatam I had not the facility so
you may notice grammatical discrepancies. But because Mandali Bhadra is now
Head of the translating department you have got all facility to translate
our books in perfect German language

Everything must be done very carefully and attentively

Los Angeles
17 April, 1970
70-04-17

My Dear Brahmananda,

Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 14th April, 1970, and I am very much encouraged to learn that things are going on there very nicely specifically in the printing department which is now the most important department in our Society.

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