guy.werlings at WANADOO.FR
Sat Oct 3 09:57:43 CDT 1998
should like to know what appears on you screens and printers if I use
circumflex for long vowels, a, u, i and tilde on n in tranliteration,
instead of our usual capital letters. Do you get strange or exotical
unreadable signs or does it work?
Examples : do you see Râmâyana for rAmAyana, Mândûkya for mANDUkya, Srî
for SrI and jñâna for jNAna. I know doing this i do't solve the problem
of N an D
In some cases, this could help me for some postings I am just preparing
for you, but if it's unreadable or unprintable, I shall stick to the
Harvard-Kyoto transliteration, or to the one recommended by Vidyasankar
in the advaita home page
"bhava shankara deshikame sharaNam"
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