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Handwritten letter from Jawaharlal Nehru, Dehra Dun, India, to Mahatma Gandhi, Poona, India, May 5, 1933 page 3 of 3, English SN 21181 - Summary: "Religion is not familiar ground for me and as I have grown older, I have definitely drifted away from it. The Harijan question is bad, very bad, but it seems to me incorrect to say that there is nothing so bad in all the world". I love life but do not fear death for a good cause.

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