guru.is.on.vi at gmail.com
Tue Oct 23 03:01:06 PDT 2007
On 10/23/07, Desi Penguin <desipenguin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Per my understanding, hindi should be more like "gyan" ज्ञान is sanskrit.
> I know Roman script can not accurately represent all the devnagari
> alphabets. But "jn" is more closer than "dnyn". By the way, the original
> alphabet used in sankrit is "moolashar", not "jodakshar".
That's similar to saying positive infinity (of calculus) if closer
than negative infinity to zero :-)
both are equally distant as long as you are deriving them not directly
Perhaps if someone has time, then that person can work on how to get
ज्ञ as a single keystroke input on keyboard without scim (since I do
not know how scim handles that yet).
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