Dear Mr. Kher,
Thank you very much for your letter and especially for The Law and the Lawyers by M. K. Gandhi which you compiled and edited.
I have always been interested in Mahatma Gandhi because, as you know, he was a member of the Inner Temple and was called to the Bar here in England in 1891. Very recently, I was present when a special portrait of him was unveiled in the library of the Inner Temple. I have also been much interested in the Great Trial and have seen sketches reproducing it. I am very glad that the book has gone into the 4th edition and been recommended by the universities. This must be most satisfying and encouraging for you.
Thank you for your very kind remarks about my own books. I am very glad that the latest one, Landmarks in the Law, has already arrived in Bombay where I have many friends. I do not know whether I shall be able to write any more books because I am getting old now, but I will see if I can think of something.
It is kind of you to send me Christmas greetings, and Lady Denning joins me now in sending you our very best wishes for Christmas and the New Year, and we wish you continued success and happiness in law and in life.