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Now, it is perfectly clear that what the BKs are teaching is entirely novel and the use of identical terminology is entirely confusing. Unfortunately the Western academics demanded by other editors - whether sociological or Christian theologists - are entirely unqualified to comment on the differences. --D-Boy , 26 November 2006 (UTC) this article is having khalistani problems lately.--D-Boy , 1 December 2006 (UTC) This article needs the attention of this project. —Viriditas | Talk , 4 December 2006 (UTC) barnstars are nice.--D-Boy , 6 December 2006 (UTC) If I'm not mistaken, Dharma (and related names) is sometimes a Hindu name and is used for males.

If this is correct, it should be mentioned in Dharma and Dharma (disambiguation) IMHO and probably also Dharma and Greg (since it's a female in that case) Nil Einne , 8 December 2006 (UTC) One would not name a child 'dharm'.

ॐ नमःशिवाय , 20 December 2006 (UTC) I feel that that we should italicize English characters for our terms and at the same time use Sankrut fonts for important terms, Mahavakyas etc along with them.

When you go on tour and see any terms or Mahavakyas in Sanskrut fonts, you can read them and know that it is "Tatvamasi". swadhyayee , 23 December 2006 (UTC) Saiva, I think that simplified transliteration (using English fonts in italicized manner) is must to make one understand that the word is from original language at the same time make the reader understand the pronunciation.

ॐ नमःशिवाय It is a very common name among North Indians, Dharmaraj, Dharmapal, Dharma Kumar, Dharma Singh, Dharma Das, etc.

Even in South India, there are umpteen Dharmarajas, Dharmalingams, Dharmadasas etc.

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Let Wikipedia be instrumental in learning a cent of our mother language. swadhyayee , 23 December 2006 (UTC) Personally I feel that IAST and Devanāgarī versions of text should be included whenever possible, while also including informal transliterations but noting that they are informal.

The ending "-ism" is an English affix used to form nouns, but it is not a Sanskrit affix.

So for English readers adding "-ism" to an adjective makes a recognizable form like Śaivism. Buddhipriya , 3 February 2007 (UTC) Here is my proposal: Your comments?

Unfortunately this is confusing, as simplified translations often write the sibilant ष as "sh" also so you can't tell which one they mean except by context.

Also note that Sanskrit has no concept of capital letters, but when translating Sanskrit for English readers the English convention of capitalizing the first letter of a proper name is usually used, except when presenting full transliterations of source texts.