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Letters of Mahatma Gandhi

Letters of Mahatma Gandhi

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August 18, 1935


I sent you some hand-made paper. You must have received it.

Herewith the bill for it.

Indigenous reeds and ink are freely available in Rajkot. Vohras
stock both. Such things needn’t be sent from here. Reeds grow in our
fields. Some types of them, which are strong and beautiful in
appearance, do not grow in all places. But bamboos are found
everywhere. I remember that when we were children we brothers used
to make bamboo pens just for the pleasure of seeing if we could make
them. And we didn’t have any thing but reed-pens at home. The steel-
pens entered our home after we had joined the English School. We
used to compete among ouerselves in using the two.

Vandemataram from


From a photostat of the Gujarati: G.N. 5826. Also C.W. 3049. Courtesy:

Bhagwanji A. Vakil

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