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Letters of Mahatma Gandhi

Letters of Mahatma Gandhi

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[After September 12, 1935]1

DEAR DAUGHTER,2

All your efforts are in vain until you have been able to win over

Kanam.3

I don’t think it will affect me, if anyone touches my feet. But I
want to put down this idolatry. I do not regard myself so pure.
I see no benefit in cutting off the hair but you can certainly
have it trimmed by someone if it comes in the way of your doing
your work.

I do not accuse you of harbouring any impurity. There can be
no fear on my part if you find nothing wrong with yourself. It is a
matter of your own choice whether or no to go to Kanpur or any
other place.

BAPU

From a photostat of the Hindi: G.N. 601

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