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It's called LALITA Sahasranama. I know, Lalitha is pretty common on the internet... Writing 'th' for 't' just seems to be a VERY popular mistake among Indians. (One other example of this: anantha, instead of ananta ('un-ending'): 66.000 hits...)
Well, actually its a common mistake among southern Indians, not northerners. I should know, my (southern) name contains a mistaken 'th' as well (I blame my parents). Anyway, I propose a rename to Lalita. Imc 21:55, 18 October 2005 (UTC)
I am indeed from South India, so maybe I'm simply biased, but I seem to prefer the Lalitha spelling over Lalita, in order to emphasize that it is a soft 't' and not a hard one (i.e not the 't' in Tomato, but more like the 't' in "the"). Anyway, I suppose it is simply a matter of opinion and of little consequence if you know the proper pronunciation. Adityan 03:21, 18 December 2005 (UTC)