Letter from G.J. Watumull to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee

Letter from G.J. Watumull to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee, wishing him luck on his new venture (presumably the American Institute of Culture). Watumull discusses what he sees as the two major problems facing India: the production of food and control of population.

Date: January 25, 1958
Subject(s): Bhagwan Singh Gyanee
Type: Correspondence
Language: English
Creator: G.J. Watumull
Location: 2227-A Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI

January 25, 1958

Dr. Bhagwan S. Gyanee
American Institute of Culture
2033 West 7th Street
Los Angeles 57, California

Dear Bhagwan Singh Ji:

Thank you for your circular in regard to your program for lectures on high grade philosophy. I wish you all the good luck and success in your new venture. From the detailed program I see that you have quite a job on your hands. Sometimes I wonder how you could do so much. Of course, that is the strength which one acquires through the study of cosmic philosophy. Ordinary business people like me do not know much about it though once in a while we have desire to delve into it but there is no capacity for it.

Mrs. Watumull and I just returned from our trip around the world. We were away four months, of which we spent two months in India. I went there after 23 years. I found lots of changes. India is making great progress. Of course, it will take time before one sees the result. Two main problems are production of food and control of population. As the things are, owing to scientific improvement in living and the advent of antibiotics, the average life of people is lengthened and there are less deaths and the births keep up. They have to have certain family planning clinics and birth control. Of course, the Government is trying its best.

Some day when we come to Los Angeles we will be happy to call on you. In the meantime, Mrs. Watumull joins me in our warmest regards and Happy and Healthful, Prosperous New Year.

Very sincerely yours,
G. J. Watumull


Collection: Bhagwan Singh Gyanee Materials
Donor: S.P. Singh
Digitizer: Anne Vagts, Samip Mallick
Item History: 2012-07-24 (created); 2013-05-03 (modified)

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