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



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

Tinu Cherian

On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 3:01 PM, Basavaraj Itnal <basavarajitnal@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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