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Typed letter from Mahatma Gandhi, Simla, India, to Mirabehn, July 19, 1931 – page 1 of 3, English – SN 31627 – Summary: (1) Praises Rolland’s industry and uptodate opinion manifested in his (Rolland's) introduction to French edition of Gandhi's Autobiography. (2) Expresses uncertainty regarding his London visit. (R.T.C.) (3) Says No to nothing for tomorrow for one who follows Gita (4) Feels death of a friend or relative should enrich universal love. (5) Gives his activities at Simla.

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