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I noticed someone deleted the information about Phalguna in the Bengali and Nepali calendars. I'm not sure why that was necessary, and I reverted the deletion as the three calendars are all basically variations of the same calendar. --SameerKhan 09:53, 27 July 2006 (UTC)
Dear Sameer, Bengali Language is derived from Purely from the Indian languages like Prakrit, Sanskrit and Pali. The word Phalgun is a Sanskrit word. All languages derived from India there are no pronunciation like ' FA ‘. Pa+Ha is PHA. You know we need to use lot of European words and Persian words. So to write a word with FA we also use that letter PHA. But when we speak an Indian word its pronunciation should be PHA. In Hindi, letter ' FA ' is like a DOT under PHA. Truth is always truth. Don't mislead people with a wrong pronunciation like Falgun. However I know you have good knowledge in Calendar keep it up.
Nepali and Bengali Calendar is purely depending up on Indian Calendar. I once again request you if you are the creator of article of Nepali and Bengali Calendar. Try to change it. Other wise it will lose the standard of Wikipedia or that will mislead entire Nepali / Bengali people.
Try to love language. Thanks and Best regards,
Jyothish Jothishkumart 05:26, 28 July 2006 (UTC)
- I replied to you on my talk page. --SameerKhan 09:45, 28 July 2006 (UTC)