RE: NEED FOR HINDI MODERN-SCIENTIFIC VOCABULARY page 3

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Sunil:
[nq:1]Language embodies culture. Since sanskrit users have done a great damage to india, I think we should stop and dicourage ... He added anybody can *** butter, if he read hindu scripture sufficiently and become a brahmin and start shitting butter.[/nq]
Actually, There is innate sense that one seeks for divinity planted in every human being. In this searching process, one finds only devil. So, the sons of Lord God, should cultivate Indian souls from being illuded by Devil, and its languages. Indians do have weak sense of 'self', anthropologists say. Thats why they dont have hopes. Time to cultivate(civilize) Indian souls by implanting 'self', 'purpose of life'
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Dr. Jai Maharaj:
[nq:2]Better discuss with Richard. The publicity he might be getting you using his name may turn ou to be a liability. All the bests.[/nq]
[nq:1]You don't understand. This is my name! This is only that I was not lucky enough to be born in Bharat Varsha. Risha[/nq]
Bharat Varsh, or even more accurately Bhaarut Vursh (u as the u in cut, with the t being pronounced as a soft t instead of the hard t as in cut). There's no aa sound at the end of Vursh.

Jai Maharaj
http://www.mantra.com/jai
Om Shanti
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R. Bonk:
[nq:2]You don't understand. This is my name! This is only that I was not lucky enough to be born in Bharat Varsha.[/nq]
As I said MY NAME IS Risha Bonk - which for English People is Richard Bonk. This is due to my mother who didn't like to put on my official papers name Risha and used Richard instead. So officially my name is Richard but family and friends call me Risha. Is it clearer now? So whose permission should I get? My mothers?
Risha
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R. Bonk:
[nq:2]You don't understand. This is my name! This is only that I was not lucky enough to be born in Bharat Varsha. Risha[/nq]
[nq:1]Bharat Varsh, or even more accurately Bhaarut Vursh (u as the u in cut, with the t being pronounced as a soft t instead of the hard t as in cut). There's no aa sound at the end of Vursh. Jai Maharaj http://www.mantra.com/jai Om Shanti[/nq]
Sorry but I am not good in transkripting Sanskrit into latin characters. (And as I am not English for me the sound "a" means sound like in English "u" in "cut" and is not long like aa).
I was just making point of not being born there!
Risha
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R. Bonk:
[nq:2]What has Sanskrit to do with peoples disgrace? It's just ... don't undesrtand your point!!! It is not making any sense!![/nq]
[nq:1]Language embodies culture. Since sanskrit users have done a great damage to india, I think we should stop and dicourage using it. Why should we take risk?[/nq]
What do you mean by damage? Great literature, science, medicine, drama etc. was contributed by people speaking Sanskrit - this is not good contribution? Damage was done by Moghuls who invaded India and ocupied it, converting everyone into Islam, destroying the cultures etc. Later came British and destroyed the rest what was left!!! So you shoud hate English, this would make sense.
[nq:2]Why are you talking about 800 milion people - say ... and you don't??? What is the source of your hate?[/nq]
[nq:1]Sorry, I am not selfish. My problem is 800 million people of india live like animals. They do not have hopes. They think they are a disgrace.[/nq]
Who says those people live like animals. Simple life doesn't mean animal life! Everyone has hope! What should say people in Africa and other parts of world? Is their problem caused by someone who speak Sanskrit? I don't think so!!! What is the connection? Can you explain this???
[nq:2]What has Sanskrit to do with Brahmins? Sanskrit was spoken ... there are no real Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas..we are all shudras.[/nq]
[nq:1]Justifying and protecting perpetrators. What is real brahmin? One perfect hindu told me a real brahmin *** butter. He says ... He added anybody can *** butter, if he read hindu scripture sufficiently and become a brahmin and start shitting butter.[/nq]
Where he get this from? I never read in any scrtiptures things like this. I do not accept "Someone said". If you read Manusamhita, Bhagavat-Gita, Srimad Bhagavatam etc. you can get better understanding of your own past and culture. Real Brahmana means "The one who realised (or "know") BRAHMAN". So it can be anyone regardles where he/she is born! And they don't even need to speak Sanskrit!!! It is not what you ***! It is who you ARE!!! Some people can be born in Brahman family but they will never be real brahmanas. In Srimad Bhagavatam they are described as Brahma-Bandhu. This is what the society consist now. Not the real Brahamnas but Brahma-Bandhus! And this has nothing to do with Sanskrit!!
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Romanise:
Is ftel.co.uk your personal company? Congratulations if it is. Most people on Usenet try to give and address that is not very much used by them. BTW Richard in the west is never girl, and Risha in India will never be a boy.
Because I am writing from my work. And this is name I have to use in work.
Risha
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Dr. Jai Maharaj:
[nq:1]I was just making point of not being born there! Risha[/nq]
Where were you born? (I was born in U.P. in Bharat.)

Jai Maharaj
http://www.mantra.com/jai
Om Shanti
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Steve Harris:
[nq:1]Where were you born? (I was born in U.P. in Bharat.) Jai Maharaj[/nq]
COMMENT:
In your dreams.
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Dr. Jai Maharaj:
[nq:2]Where were you born? (I was born in U.P. in Bharat.) Jai Maharaj[/nq]
[nq:1]COMMENT: In your dreams.[/nq]
No, in reality. Are you jealous?
Jai Maharaj
http://www.mantra.com/jai
Om Shanti
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