Just in case, you are not aware , there is a Wikipedia in Pali.

http://wikimedia.in/wiki/List_of_Indian_language_wiki_projects#Pali_.E2.80.93_pi

http://pi.wikipedia.org

So can we assume Pali Wikipedia got one more contributor from today ?

Regards
Tinu Cherian




On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 3:01 PM, Basavaraj Itnal
<basavarajit...@yahoo.com>wrote:

> 1. Till the Britsh Raj, Brahmins kept a large part of Indian society out of
> bounds from knowledge which was in Sanskrit. They had provisions to pour
> molten lead into the ears of non-brahmins (including all women) who even
> heard a word of sanskrit. knowledge contained in that language is now
> available in English and Sanskrit only symbolises tyranny. Do we need
> Wikipedia in Sanskrit with the support of govt funding?
>
> 2. Why cannt we have a wikepedia in Pali as well, the language which was
> used by Budha and which can give us an alternate view on life to that of
> vedic view?
>
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