42931Re: [SUMADHWASEVA] Re: Discontinue usage of word "Mutt"
- Oct 15, 2017As per my opinion we need not give much weightage to nouns.For example in marriage invitations(traditional) we are using Sow. For bride and Chi for groom ie sowbhagyavathi and chiranjeevee respectively.Actually sow is used for female swine in EnglishEspecially in in 1900s it was used only for female pigs.Then some people changed instead of sow to sou but still many are using Sow.Sunny is a religion subsect nameBut it is an unparliamentary word in An Indian language.In the affidavit it self it is used muttPlease see the following
RAGHAVENDRA SWAMI MUTT V. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, HINDU RELIGIOUS ENDOWMENTSIn 1956 itselfSo kannada word and writing in English need not be taken it as serious in my viewLearned can follow as per their wisdomWith the little(or no) knowledge I submit the aboveNamaskaraOn 16-Oct-2017 5:04 am, "Jagannath Adavi jadavi@... [SUMADHWASEVA]" <SUMADHWASEVA@...> wrote:Dear All,I feel that1. MATAH could be understood as ಮಟ:2.MATHA could be understood as ಮತ.I feel that those who are very particular about pronunciation should insert ಮಠ, in context, in kannada script. This is not difficult; simply save ಮಠ in a convenient place in your computer/mobile, and copy/paste the word appropriately. In conclusion, I wonder how many people reading SUMADHWASEVA are conversant with the English dictionary meaning of MUTT. In any case, MUTT in English refers to an animal or a person; why stretch the meaning to connote an institution?Hare Srinivasa,J. V. Adavi
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