Letter to: Revatinandana
9 January, 1974
My dear Revatinandana Swami,
Please accept my blessings. I am in due receipt of your letter Jan. 4, 1974 with the enclosed cookbook.
I know you are a very good cook and I can understand that you have found the books useful for distribution. I have no objection to your printing it with the name "Revatinandana Swami's Cookbook'', but
Mukunda das has sent me a pamphlet in which the pictures are objectionable. The name of the place at Letchmore Heath we have already named Bhaktivedanta Manor, European Center of ISKCON. He has printed "Gokula Vrindaban''. In the last picture there is a cowhead like a slaughterhouse cow with t-lock on. I have sent him a telegram to stop it and a detailed letter will follow to Mukunda. The telegram reads as follows: "Pamphlet picture most objectionable. Stop immediately. Letter follows.'' Please see that this is stopped by Mukunda.
Your ever well-wisher,
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami
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