Letter from Bhagwan Singh to Bande Mataram magazine
Letter from Bhagwan Singh Gyanee to the editors of Lahore-based Bande Mataram journal. In the letter, Gyanee includes a subscription fee and provides his own commentary about the paper. Gyanee provides his opinions on Hinduism, Mohammedanism, atheism, and the independence movement.
Letter from Bhagwan Singh Gyanee to Mrs. Ellen Watumull
Letter from Bhagwan Singh Gyanee to Ellen Watumull, dated December 25, 1959. In the letter, Gyanee discusses the passing of Ellen Watumull's husband, Gobindaram J. Watumull (known by his initials G.J. and nickname Goma), and their meetings over the years in Hong Kong, the Philippines, and the U.S.
Letter from Anup Singh to Concorde Brodeur
Letter from Anup Singh to Concorde Brodeur, Bhagwan Singh Gyanee's secretary, dated September 15, 1962. In the letter, Singh writes about the death of Gyanee, offering his condolences.
Letter from Bhagwan Singh to "Kirti"
Letter from Bhagwan Singh Gyanee to "Kirti" in Amritsar, dated August 10, 1934. The letter suggests that the addressee was under some surveillance. Gyanee writes, "You did not need to mention your name. I could see from your handwriting. I am glad to know that you are still alive and working."
Letter from Bhagwan Singh to Mrs. Ellen Watumull
Letter from Bhagwan Singh Gyanee to Ellen Watumull dated October 9 , 1959. Writing from Chandigarh, Gyanee responds to news of J.G. Watumull's passing, and mentions that Taraknath Das has also recently passed away.
Letter from M.R. Ahuja to Concorde Brodeur
Letter dated September 11, 1962 from M.R. Ahuja to Concorde Brodeur, the secretary of Bhagwan Singh Gyanee. Ahuja acknowledges receiving news of the passing of Gyanee.