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To Swami Brahmananda





(Translated from Bengali)





19 WEST 38th STREET, 





NEW YORK, August, 1895.


BELOVED RAKHAL,





. . . I am now in New York City. The city is hot in summer, exactly like Calcutta. You perspire profusely, and there is not a breath of air. 





I made a tour in the north for a couple of months. Please answer this letter by return of post to England, for which I shall start before this will have reached you.  





Yours affectionately,





VIVEKANANDA





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To Mr. E. T. Sturdy





HOTEL CONTINENTAL, 


3 RUE CASTIGLIONE, PARIS, 





26th August, 1895.





Aum tat sat





DEAR FRIEND,





I arrived here day before yesterday. I came over to this country as the guest of an American friend who is going to be married here next week. 





I shall have to stop here with him till that time; and after that I shall be free to come to London. 


Eagerly anticipating the joy of meeting you,





Ever yours in Sat,





VIVEKANANDA.


 






 





 



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