B: Pranam Guruji, Charan sparsh at your pious feet from all of us. Yesterday afternoon we reached home from Ved Mandir with comfort. Guruji, we are very thankful and grateful to you and all member of Ved Mandir for taking such a great care of all of us. Our feeling cannot be described in words. Guruji, “Aap atyant kripalu aur dayalu hain jo aap ne humain diksha di aur hamari prarthna swikar ki.” It was our great pleasure to listen Vedas from you and its explanation. My wife is also very pleased to listen Vedas from you and has expressed her desire to follow Vedic path and do worship with utmost faith and dedication. We will do daily worship as suggested by you.
We are also very thankful to your disciples and their family for their warm welcome and all help. We all had good time with their family members like one family only. We will look forward to such visits at Ved Mandir in future to take your darshan & listen Vedas. I will continue my visit at Ved Mandir every six months with your blessings. With Charan Sparsh from all of us.
Swami Ram Swarup: My blessings to you, my son.

I appreciate your views. I also bless your wife and admire her with blessings that she has inculcated interest in eternal Vedic path, the knowledge of which emanates direct from God. Faith harboured by both of you, in Vedas will be beneficial to your family forever. Again my heartiest blessings to you and all your family members including your mother-in-law.

D: Swamiji charan sparsh/ I wanted your blessings. I had a shop before, which I have sold I want my financial situation to improve.
Swami Ram Swarup: My blessings to you, my son.

You should do daily hawan and name jaap. In the end of hawan, you should also pray to God to get shop/job, accordingly, you should also work hard to seek job and get new shop. My blessings are always with you. God will sure help you.

Usha: Namaste Swami Ji, Thank you very much for the prayer book as well as the CDs. They are very much appreciated. Once again please accept my gratitude. Regards, Usha.
Swami Ram Swarup: My blessings to you, my daughter. You are welcome, please.