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Correspondence : 1948 - 1969

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000030654

01.01.1948

07063

BHATT, Nanabhai (Nrisinhprasad)

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

Invites Gandhiji at the annual day of the institution. Gandhiji Notes on this paper that he would have written if he would have been reminded.

000022473

01.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

08139

STRUVE, Karl

2

Passive resistance of the weak cannot be called Ahimsa. The present outbrust of violence indicates that the techinique of inconquerable nonviolence of the strong is yet to be evolved. My effort is in that direction.

000024360

03.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

04900

HEMAPRABHA DEVI

1

I do not think that non recognition by A. I. S. A. will have any adverse effect as long as the aim is to serve the cause of Khadi.

000024819

03.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

05382

SAVITRI

1

Ho[e you and the child are well.

000029058

05.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

08701

PANCHOLI, Vijaya M.

1

Hope you are all well.

000031950

05.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

09003

DESAI, Jivanji D.

3

It is necessary to think about what I have sent today. Gujarati matter need not to be translated. nor it is necessary to do Gujarati or HIndustani from English some Hindustani will have to be rendered into Gujarati. Attempt is being made to send Hindustani (with corrections) as I speak it in my daily speeches. No translation from English to Gujarati necessary.Similarly from Hindustani only the essentials to be taken up. This way Harijan in each kanguage becomes independent and complete.Hindustani articles by sunderlalji. are in sufficient number We should take them up. I have been making him work hard. He knows good Hindustani as is spoken by the people. in Northern India. Gandhiji asks Jivanji whether it will do if he sends the last lot on Wednesday.

000026787

06.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

08493

GANDHI, Sushila

2

Take care of the children not simply because they are yours but because they are under your care etc.

000026784

06.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

08495

GANDHI, Sita

1

Keep fit and learn from Manilal.

000026785

06.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

00660

GANDHI, Manilal

2

Why do you not write to me ?

000026786

06.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

00660

GANDHI, Manilal

2

It is unfortunate that in spite of so much vegetation no vegetable substituted for milk has yet been found. Hope Sita will help you when she comes there etc.

000029372

09.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

08723

PARIKH, PRABHABEN

1

blessings.

000029059

09.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

08701

PANCHOLI, Vijaya M.

2

Prayer Shlakas are for being put into practice. Misery is no misery. Try to bear such things.

000030985

11.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

10535

PRABHAKAR

1

(1) Expresses displeasure at avoiding Sanskrit verses (in Prayer?) (2) Feels no necessity to learn through English language.

000029756

11.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

00000

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2

Suggests to include all natural remedies i.e. use of water air light earth & sky in the book.

000024994

12.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

05322

VENKATAPPAYYA, Konda

1

What you say is shocking but at present I cannot move out.

000023830

14.01.1948

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4

Copy of a telegram containing extracts from appreciative speeches by prominent persons in the west Punjab.

00031886A

16.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

08750

MIRA

2

Gandhiji refers to his fast (of Jan 1948). He was to sip only 8 ozs, of hot water (which he compares to nectar) eight times a day, That he calls his meals. Reference to Goswamy's Goshala whose conditions were not satisfactory, as reported by Mira. reference to Mira's Ashram where she was keeping cows,-Gandhiji draws her attention to her defects,-He asks Mira not to run to Delhi on hearing of his fast.- Let everyone do his duty wherever he is.

000009149

18.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

01779

PARIKH, Narahari D.

2

Happy to find you improving. I cannot Understand why in spite of your simple life you become a victim to paralysis. My fast is broken and I shall soon be alright.

000023829

18.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

04881

NEHRU, Jawaharlal (Pandit)

1

Give up your fast; and be the "Gem of India"

000031887

19.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

08750

MIRA

2

Gandhiji hopes Mira has received his health (dated 16.1.1948)dictated during his fast- [REf. SN 31886 (B) above]

000023794

19.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

08254

KALELKAR, Bal D. (Dr.)

2

Acknowledge receipt of the letter.

000031886

19.01.1948

03221

PYARELAL (Nayyar)

08750

MIRA

2

Pyarelal in forwarding Gandhiji's letter (unsigned) dictated to Sushila on 16.1.1948 expresses relief that Gandhiji's fast ended. He refers to the scenes of men, women & children thronging at Birla House on 18th Jannuary to have Darshan of Gandhiji after he broke his fast. Reference to articles in Harijan one on 18th Jan. And an earlier one. Pyarelal would go to Noakhali next week.

000024995

19.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

05322

VENKATAPPAYYA, Konda

1

Inquires about his health.

000023813

21.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

09172

RAJAGOPALACHARI, C.

2

"From calm I have entered storm.Thank God I have fairly learnt to face either with some amount of indifference".

000009150

23.01.1948

01779

PARIKH, Narahari D.

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

You were always kind but this time, I am overwhe?? Hope to be worthy of your blessings. May god keep your wire for Hindu Muslim Unity.

000022207

25.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

08090

AMTUSSALAAM

2

This fast was the most important (SUBSE BADA). Result is in God's hands. You should carry on your work at Barkamta, and come only when it is finished.

000026999

28.01.1948

01250

CHANDIWALA, Brijkrishna

08527

MAHMUD, Syed (Dr.)

1

This is not the time to take rest and where is rest in this life ?

000027705

28.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

08595

PARIKH, Vanmala N.

2

Your duty is now to look after Narahari and to do his work.

000009152

28.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

01779

PARIKH, Narahari D.

2

Inquires about earning capacity of a School by spinning etc. Feels that they will have to think teach and propagate.

000009151

28.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

01779

PARIKH, Narahari D.

2

Even if I agree to your letter, my belief that benevolent person do not meet a lad fat does not change. Don't do even your writing work at the sacrifice of needful rest and exercise go to some sea side.

000029086

29.01.1948

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

08706

LILI

2

I shall see what can be done to send money to Vijaya.

000023814

29.01.1948

03221

PYARELAL (Nayyar)

09172

RAJAGOPALACHARI, C.

2

Gives his programme and says G. is O. K.

000023610

29.01.1948

01502

BISHANDASS

08233

BALVANTSINH

2

Informs that G. approves of Hushsiari being treated by a Vaidya.

000022235

31.01.1948

10352

KAVALJIT ROSHANARA

08090

AMTUSSALAAM

1

Regrets the loss.

000022829

03.02.1948

08176

BECK, EDVIGE

08173

UMA DEVI

1

Expresses sorrow at G's murder.

000023063

07.02.1948

03221

PYARELAL (Nayyar)

07568

ALEXANDER, Horace G.

1

Informs about postponement of constructive workers' conference, and about the probable date when members of Gandhi's 'Family' might assemble.

000023064

27.02.1948

08214

MIRABEN ( Pashulok)

07568

ALEXANDER, Horace G.

2

Agrees to join the World Pacifist Conference and invites him to visit her institution at Pashulok.

000023648

20.04.1948

09172

RAJAGOPALACHARI, C.

10394

GANDHI, Laxmiben & DEVDAS

4

So you are going to London ! Do come here and meet us.

000023748

02.06.1948

09172

RAJAGOPALACHARI, C.

09051

GANDHI, Laxmi Devadas

2

Personal matters.

000032487

25.07.1948

06716

GANDHI, Devdas

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1

Devdas Gandhi wrote an article in "Pravasi", a Gujarat Daily dated 25-7-1948 on the life of his elder brother Harilal Gandhi (eldest son of Mahatma Gandhi). Harilal came to meet Devdas and other family members and offer his condolences on the death of Mahatma Gandhi. Harilal himself was ill at that time - stayed in Delhi till he felt a little better and then left for Bombay. Later on Devdas learnt in London after his tour of European countries, of the death of Harilal in Bombay on 18-6-1948. Harilal lived for 60 years - a life full of struggle. - Devdas narrates several instances from the life of Harilal. - His life in South Africa, - a devoted volunteer in all the agitation started by Gandhiji in South Africa. But later on, Harilal left S. Africa and returned to India because of his differences with Gandhiji. - Devdas refers to various aspects of Harilal's life and character - Ref. to several instances (1) death of Rasik (1928), elder son of Harilal; death of Harilal's wife (1920).

000024992

09.08.1948

08381

KAUR, AMRIT

05322

VENKATAPPAYYA, Konda

1

Acknowledges letter and feels that his version is too shocking for words.

000034041

28.11.1948

08944

MASHRUWALA, Kishorelal G.

09841

DESAI, Kusum

2

your letter. I shall send it to the Secretary of the Sarvoday Samaj. If you don't recieve any reply, take it that you have not to do anything. Gomati had been operated for piles. She is now improving.

000034045

02.01.1950

08944

MASHRUWALA, Kishorelal G.

09841

DESAI, Kusum

2

Your letter. Today Manilalbhai is at Nagpur. He will go to Bombay via Delhi. I shall also reach Bombay by 20th and then stay for a month or two. Address at Bombay; C/o Nilkanth Mashruwala, Santa Cruz, Bombay.

000034046

03.01.1950

09847

GANDHI, Manilal

09841

DESAI, Kusum

2

Kishorlal gave news about you. I thought I would come across you some where: But, it could not be. If I come to Baroda to meet Surendra Medh's daughter, then, I would be able to meet you. Remember me to Manibhai and others.

000031049

22.01.1950

08914

HUXLEY, Aldous

05283

SLADE, J. (Miss)

1

(1) Feels peace can't be achieved by concentrating on man made insoluble problems of power Politics but by tracing methods of feeding & clothing people which involve no ideological dogmas & prejudices. Expresses need to get away from man made to God made (Nature & spirit.) (2) Expresses concern over increasing word population destined to be 50% more by 20th century end.

000021645

17.11.1950

08024

ROBERTS, Charles

08025

GANDHI SMARAK NIDHI

1

A silver casket presented to Gandhiji in July 1914 by Indians in South Africa and handed over by him to william Wedderburn as a token of love and good wishes has now come to me after his death. I send it herewith for Gandhi Museum which was also the wish of the deceased.

000023615

07.06.1952

09172

RAJAGOPALACHARI, C.

09051

GANDHI, Laxmi Devadas

2

Personal news.

000023747

07.06.1952

09172

RAJAGOPALACHARI, C.

00778

GANDHI, Devdas

2

Duplicate of 23615

000022830

17.09.1952

08178

REWRDING

08173

UMA DEVI

1

Copy of order & permission to stay.

00033112A

01.04.1953

09030

GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

09734

GANDHI, Prabhudas

1

I have written to Gargi yesterday. I have sent you in an envelope eight foolscap size sheets of typed matter. You will go through Bapuji's book on his experiences in the jails. He talks of good handwriting. He could write continuously for hoiurs together. When his right hand hot tired, he used to write with his left hand. I shall send in a day or two, the trust-dead papers.

000024133

08.10.1953

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2

A statement by Chimandas Iserdas re: a meeting with G. when the intervening Student to look pleges to use khaddar.

000034039

15.03.1956

09844

GANDHI, Sushila

09841

DESAI, Kusum

3

Delay in replying to your letter . Manilal's illness down with paralysis. Hospitalization- Hospital for the whites in the first instance. Shifted to the hospital for the coloured people. A lot of trouble for me. Responsibility of "Indian Opinion" and Phoenix Farm of 100 acres of land. Wish to hand over the responsibity to somebody.

000034040

23.04.1956

09844

GANDHI, Sushila

09841

DESAI, Kusum

2

The secretaries of Gujarati Hindu Mahila Mandal request Kusumben ot write something for the souvenir to be taken out on the occasion of Silver Jubilee celebrations. Sushilaben Gandhi has endorsed it and requests Kusumben to oblige. She expresses her thanks for the consoling words of Kusumben Desai. Manilal had left behind him the responsibity of not only the family but also of the "Indian Opinion" and Phoenix. At a loss to know what to do.

000025969

14.05.1956

00000

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1

Mr. Polak's note which says that one of the persons who save Gandhiji when Mr. Alam attacked him was Ladha Singh Moini.

0032372/1

10.06.1957

09261

VAKIL MAGANLAL R.

04160

NAVAJIVAN PRESS

1

Maganlal Vakil of Jamnagar wants to know from Navajivan Press, Ahmedabad, whether they have information about Gandhiji's visit to Jamnagar immediately after he became a Barrister. It may be obtained from Manuben Gandhi or others, if available with them.

0032372/2

04.07.1957

09261

VAKIL MAGANLAL R.

00416

GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

It is learnt that Gandhiji came to Jamnagar during Samvat 1951. Ashadh Shukla-15, Tuesday, 17th July 1894, in connection with work concerning a Trust of which Kevalram Mavji was a Trustee, on whose behalf Gandhiji came to Jamnagar. I am trying to get the required information from the count records.

0032372/3

07.07.1957

09261

VAKIL MAGANLAL R.

00416

GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

From the court records, some information is available. It is as follows : A plaint had been preferred in the Chief Judicial Magistrate's court of Navanagar by Kevalram Mavji for refund of Rs. 13000/- (Rs. 20351-10-0 inclusive of interest), against the widow and son of the person who made the Trust. Gandhiji appeared in this case on 19-3-1902.

000027274

29.11.1958

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

02721

JOSHI, Chhaganlal Nathubhai

3

Instructions regarding Shardabehn Jethalal, Santok, Kesher etc : You need not worry, Try and you will come up to the mark.

000033173

26.01.1961

00000

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1

the United States Government honoured Gandhiji as 'apostle of non-violence' on 26th January 1961, by issuing a postal stamp worth 8c. The postal stamp was in the series of 'Champion of Liberty' stamps. Others who had been honoured previosly were Magsaysay, Bolivar, Masaryk and Garibaldi.

000032388

24.10.1962

09263

DIXIT, SITACHARAN

00416

GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Sitacharan Dixit forwards a copy of Gandhiji's speech at the inauguration of Krishna Temple at Verul, supposed to have been given on 8-5-1913.

000032483

30.11.1964

00416

GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

09055

SWAMINATHANJI & C. N. PATEL

2

Chhaganlal Gandhi had sent a copy of his article on "Gandhiji and Ruskin" for 'Gandhi Marg' for perusal and remarks. A copy of the same was endorsed to Shri C. N. Patel who returned it with his suggestions. In the article referred to in Shri Chhaganlal's letter, the writer (Shri Chhaganlal Gandhi) writes to show how Gandhiji was inspired by Ruskin's book "Unto This Last". It was in 1904 that Gandhiji happened to read that book in the train while he was travelling from Johannesburg to Durban (South Africa). Later, in 1931, Gandhiji told th Editor of 'Spectator' in London that Ruskin's book impressed him most and that brought about a change in his life. Similarly, Gandhiji had been impressed by Tolstoy's writings also, which he had read earlier. Ruskin had established a society of selfless persons called 'St. George's Guild'. Every person had to agree to follow the rules formulated by Ruskin which he had incorporated in the Deed, which he had drafted. Those contents of that Deed, particulary Rule V, VI, & VII impressed Gandhiji very much. It was in those rules Gandhiji saw the seeds of the principles of "Satya" (Truth), "Ahimsa" (Non-violence) as well as principles of Passive Resistance. There is a note also regarding this in Mahadev Desai's diary dated 1st May 1933.

000032488

14.04.1967

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4

The geneological table gives the detailed information of the names and relations of the members of the family of Mahatma Gandhi, beginning from Ottamchand Harjivan Gandhi, grandfather of Mahatma Gandhi. Karamchand Gandhi, Father of Mahatma Gandhi was the sixth son of Ottamchand Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi was the third son of Karamchand Gandhi. Mohandas Gandhi had four sons, Harilal, Mainilal, Ramdas and Devdas.

000032492

15.11.1968

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

04503

GANDHI, Kantilal

1

Gandhiji writes to Kantiala Gandhi, commending Miss Moore who was once residing in Ashram and asks him to be of help to her when she happens to be in Mysore:

000032491

15.11.1968

09057

GANDHI, Kashi Chhaganlal

00000

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2

Newspaper item which was printed 15-11-1968 wherein a note prepared by Kashiben Chhaganlal Gandhi when she was at Sabarmati Ashram re: the qualities that a nurse should cultivate. Gandhiji used to address the lady members of the Ashram and ask them to prepare notes of his address. Kashiben had prepared the note which has been published in "Lokajivan" (Gujarati) dated 15.11.1968

000032470

29.12.1969

09051

GANDHI, Laxmi Devadas

01003

BODH RAJ

2

In reply to Chhaganlal's letter Laxmi Devdas Gandhi writes to say that she was pleased to learn news about relatives and others. She sends the particulars fo her children, their names, birthdates, etc. as required by Chhaganlal.

000032471

29.12.1969

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

00416

GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Ref. to Nimu, Kashi and others.

000019982

02.10.1983

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

07097

MARTIN, R. V. (Major)

2

I shall be satisfied of my friends are allowed to see me in my yard periodically I assure you no politics will be discussed.

000019983

03.10.1983

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

07097

MARTIN, R. V. (Major)

2

By 'friends' I mean those of civil resistance prisoners whom I know and who are reported to be suffering from illness or are ill treated.

000014652

23.04.1984

04333

LALAN

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

Expression of grief and condolence over Maganlal's Death.

000014653

23.04.1988

04334

RAMJI GOPAL

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

3

expressing grief admires Maganlal's services in Khadi field and his unique feeling of equality for the depressed.

000000683

12.12.1995

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3

History of the case, text of the important parts of the Award of Mr. Chamberlain's rejection of Indian memorials and Papers' comments

000000681

12.12.1995

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1

As there was no sworn translator , Gandhiji was asked to and agreed to apply for a translator's licence, though his was undignifying for a Barrister.

000000685

12.12.1995

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1

The solution lies in separate electorates for Indians and increasing the number of votes for each seat of in having indirect election, the voters electing persons who would elect the M. P.s.

000000682

12.12.1995

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2

A Durban M.P., and the paper both agree that Indians being unclean, ignorant and less moral, did not deserve franchise.

000000684

12.12.1995

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

LatchmanSingh is willing to attend your meetings if informed a week beforehand.

000000686

12.12.1995

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

 

000003565

24.12.1999

00070

OBSERVER

00039

NATAL MERCURY

1

Why close them and rob the poorest of their caust ? Let the Aristocrats who feel offended at the sight first suppress the social evil.

000018565

30.09.2932

01401

TAGORE, Rabindranath

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

4

enthusing over the impossible heving made possible by Gandhiji's fast penance and expressing feeling of immense relife at Gandhiji's being saved for India and the world requests Gandhiji to make a desperate effort to win over Mohmedans to the common cause.

000028670

02.05.4192

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

08688

THAKKAR, Madhavji Vishram

1

Glad. Omit soap for bath.

000015191

10.08.7129

04727

KHAMBATTA, K. D. (Dr.)

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

Requesting to publish enclosed correspondence in Young India.

000015192

19.08.7129

04728

ANANT RAM KHUSHBASH

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

3

The correspondent yearning to effect personal contact with Gandhiji and become one of his disciples writes, "My soul is insistant that I may now make bold to offer myself unto you to be moulded by you as you choose.

000012332

07.04.8126

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"A brief Life-sketch of Sjt.D.Hanumantha Rao B. A. - a prominent non-violent worker of Andhra.

000012333

07.07.8126

00000

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10

Report by Mr. S. A. Waiza the conditions of the stranded Emigrants in Calcutta.

000012330

19.08.8126

02935

STUDENT OF GUJARAT VIDYPITH

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

5

Requests to solve in the next Saturday's class his doubts and perplexities about Bhajia eating. Greediness of Vidyapith Students, place of prayer in human life, and duties of an early-married youth.

000012328

29.09.8126

02934

KESHAVBHAI

00898

GANDHI, Maganlal K.

1

Requesting for sample of yarn spun by Bapuji etc; At the Spinning wheel as well as Takli and the best samples of cotton etc;

000012329

29.09.8126

01535

GANDHI, Prabhudas

02612

GANDHI, Narandas

1

Request to relieve some persons to work in the Exhibition programme.

000012334

13.10.8126

02936

METROPOLITAIN

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

I hope right solution of south Africa problem will be found. Politicians are in large measure responsible for the existence of communal tension.

000012336

09.11.8126

02685

SASTRI, SRINIVAS

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

I intend to reach there on 21st to discuss with you affairs. Please arrange to receive me.

000012335

21.11.8126

02937

GENERAL SECRETARY, Hon.

02938

IMPERIAL INDIAN CITIZENSHIP, Secretaries

2

Acquainting with Mr. Andrew's valuable activities in South Africa suggests to avail of Manilal Gandhi's stay in India to obtain more information.

000012338

30.11.8126

02817

SASTRI, V. S. Srinivasa

02939

VAZE (Mr.)

3

Herewith a confidential letter to be forwarded to Mahatmaji.

000012337

04.12.8126

00394

ANDREWS, C. F.

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

Prayer day endorsed by Dutch Church 19th Hertzog receives delegates 17th then retires. 1st Session 20th All Pretoria Indians send reverent affectionate greeting Manilal arriving Bombay 11th December.

000012339

13.12.8126

02940

SCHLESIN, Sonja (Miss)

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

2

Intimating further remittance of 10/-pounds requests to acknowledge receipt of 50/-pounds in all. Recommending Naturopathy. Study for some of the Ashramites opines the sanatorium once planned for Phoenix can still be realized at the Ashram with a staff of Naturopaths.

000012340

18.12.8126

02941

GODFREY, WILLIAM

00394

ANDREWS, C. F.

2

Intimating how Mrs. Wahideen was helped after her husband's demise in the beginning and what plightful position she was put to afterwards says he would open the subject in the first mass meeting and sec what can be done in the matter. Refers to selection of delegates to the conference.

000012341

01.01.8127

02817

SASTRI, V. S. Srinivasa

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

3

Intimating confidentially attitudes of General Hertzog. Dr. Malan and the deputation members on the questions of Asiatic Bill and Repatriation scheme.

000012342

03.01.8127

02942

SCHLESIN, Sonja (Miss)

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

3

Refers to E. Stanley John's book "Christ of the Indian Road" an feels that the word "without a cause" in the News Testament are meaningless-Suggests that it should be carefully revised by men of deep spiritual intuition; profound in talent and wide scholarship.

000012343

19.04.8127

02943

HOWARD, Jane (Mrs.)

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GANDHI, M. K.

4

Renewing old memories of Gandhiji's stay in South Africa . She narrates her life after her brother's death, and expressing desire to read how things are going on in India sends a postal order of Rs. as subscription for 'Young India'.

000012344

20.04.8127

02942

SCHLESIN, Sonja (Miss)

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GANDHI, M. K.

1

Requesting to be supplied with purport of the letter in reply to hers of 4th. January which seemed to have been lost in transit.

000012345

23.04.8127

02764

SOUTH AFRICAN INDIAN CONGRESS

02945

MINISTER OF INTERIOR

5

Memorandum with reference to "Immigration and Indian Relief (Further provision) Bill" and "Asiatics in Northern Districts of Natal Bill". before their second readings.

000012346

25.04.8127

02946

BRITISH INDIAN ASSOCIATION

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

enclosing copy of the Draft Bill for information.

000012331

07.02.8129

02816

GANDHI, Jethalal

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

5

Supplying Gujarati draft of an article entitled 'Government's foretail in our hands' to gether with a list of necessary figures with a request to get it corrected or rewritten by some expert writer.

000012327

02.10.8192

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

00716

MURARILAL

1

Answering your questions in Navajivan may lead to bad result. I said some to Malund Making also. He is coming to discuss you can accompany him.

000012326

02.10.8192

02932

RAI, Prabhudas Bhikhabhai

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

2

Presenting his interpretation of relativeness of Pranayam and Celibacy remarks, belittling Pranayam procedure to achieve perfect plebacy only betray imperfect experience.

000023280

21.11.9127

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

04900

HEMAPRABHA DEVI

2

Advises not to worry about Nikhil's illness and leave the matters to God.

000018070

12.10.9131

10685

HUTCHINSON, Paul

00394

ANDREWS, C. F.

2

Managing Editor of the Christion Century thaking Mr. Andrews for his arhcle requests him to hand over the enclosed letter to and inflnence Gandhiji to write on "Can soul Force fail? Renumeration of $ 100/- promised for any cause designated by Gandhiji.

000018074

12.10.9131

10687

RUDOLF SEM

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

In view of improbability of Gandhiji's German visit entreats Gandhiji to permit him to see him in London and after hearing him fully decide to take him to India with himself.

000018071

12.10.9131

10685

HUTCHINSON, Paul

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

Direct request to Gandhiji from Mr. Hutchineson Managing Editor of Christion Century to write on article on any of the thre topies keeping of course in mind the probable failure of the round table conference.

000018073

12.10.9131

10686

REILLY AILEN J. M.

05628

GHOSE, Sailendranath ?

1

Good wishes to your daughters to going to visit Gandhiji to hope that India's leaders may remain steadfost and do not surrender even a single atom of Indias righteous claim to freedom.

000018270

09.11.9131

00546

DESAI, Mahadev Haribhai

10604

ZIMMERMAN, Werner (Dr.)

1

"Critical Indian setuation compels Mr. Gandhiji abandon continatal tour."

000018267

09.11.9131

10868

PITMOU HEALTH FOOD CO.

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

2

Thanking for Gandhiji's letter for muto cream forwards one jav of nuto-cream food and one jav of nuto-cream soup both of which preparations are made from nuts importand from India and vegetable extraets.

000018268

09.11.9131

10869

URBAIN LEDOUX MARZERO

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

May guidance be yours to visit the poor of America and be my guest in their midst on the Bowsry respectfully referring you to Dr. Holmes.

000018269

09.11.9131

10870

SECRETARY NETHERLAND

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

1

Honorary Secretary of netherland-Eugland soociety expects favour of Gandhiji's visit and lecture in Amsterdam on his way to Berlin.

000033685

05.08.9140

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

00000

"BLANK"

1

Gandhihi has written his observations about the statistical information that Narandas Gandhi had supplied about the Khadi work. Gandhiji writes to say that normally statistical data is dry, but the data under reference was quite interesting and worth to be emulated by others.

000033692

17.07.9141

00001

GANDHI, M. K.

09804

GANDHI, Narandas

2

I went through your letter today only. I did not like your draft. A copy of the draft which I liked is enclosed hereith. I hope it will fulful all our needs My spinning activity continues.75 threads per day. Can't think of going beyond it. Your appeal and my endorsement will be published in "Khadi Patrika."