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req:releasename [2009/12/13 21:06]
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 It's important to note that translating a word from Hindi/​Sanskrit to English and then to the target language may cause loss of information,​ and we may need to enlist the assistance of the Sahana i10n and i18n group to assist with a direct translation. It's important to note that translating a word from Hindi/​Sanskrit to English and then to the target language may cause loss of information,​ and we may need to enlist the assistance of the Sahana i10n and i18n group to assist with a direct translation.
  
 +  * ajuonline - 14 Dec 09
  
 +      * In response to dzubey'​s comments above: "​Sahana"​ was originally named in "​Sinhala"​ language meaning "​Relief"​ afaik.
 +      * The word Sahana itself has various meanings in other languages. For e.g. in Kannada, one of Indian languages, it means "​Patience"​ as I have been told. 
 +      * The original idea was to have a word for its meaning "​Relief"​ in other languages. For e.g.  Relief == "​Raahat"​ in Hindi. Similarily other variations of the word "​Relief"​ in the languages we choose.
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