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22 November 2010
I've replaced an 'informal' and unattributed transliteration with one in IAST format.
Currently there are two translations of the text; these may well be subject to copyright.
I've redirected the content of the original Nirvana Shatkam page to this article. The former content can be seen in the history of that page.
Much of the introductory text and the first translation as of 22 Nov 2010 are from Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati at  (as was the previously replaced 'informal' transliteration). This website explicitly states that the content is subject to copyright. Hence it should be removed. The second translation is from B K S Iyengar, and it is exceedingly unlikely to be out of copyright either. Hence that should be removed as well. Imc (talk) 21:47, 22 November 2010 (UTC)
- I have removed another translation which seems to have been copied from http://artofliving-metuchen-nj.blogspot.com/2011/01/meaning-of-shivoham.html but has no copyright information either. Imc (talk) 11:43, 24 July 2011 (UTC)
...have added the stanzas in sanskrit also, so that the ones who do know to read sanskrit/ devanagari and those who don't know the IAST pronunciation, but know to read devanagari, could easily read/ get a closer pronunciation...and for the english readers, an extra line in sanskrit at the end of every stanza, hope won't bother much... --अविनाश.कश्यप (talk) 17:35, 20 February 2012 (UTC)
Title should be corrected
The title should read "Atma Shatkam" with no letter "a" between "t" and "k". I seem not to have the privilege to do it. Can someone set the record straight, please.