20th May, 1897.
Your letter gave me much pleasure. One thing, perhaps, I forget to tell you — to keep a copy of the letter you sent me. Also all important communications to the Math from different persons and to different persons should be copied and preserved.
I am very glad to learn that things are going on well, that the work there is steadily progressing as well as that of Calcutta.
I am all right now except for the fatigue of the travel which I am sure will go off in a few days.
My love and blessings to you all.