A hypothetical question

Lynken Ghose lynkenghose at HOTMAIL.COM
Fri Dec 15 16:48:56 UTC 2000

Dear Dr. Jha:

Your point is not clear. What does the term "pseudo-secular" mean? If you
are going to post something, please make your manner of expression as clear
as possible; otherwise it makes for very difficult reading and has no
elucidating effect at all.

Lynken Ghose

>From: Akhilesh Jha <hindu108 at YAHOO.COM>
>Reply-To: Indology <INDOLOGY at LISTSERV.LIV.AC.UK>
>Subject: Re: A hypothetical question
>Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 17:11:43 -0800
>That would be a typical example of communist and
>pseudo-secular's method of supporting academia and
>of honoring Adi Shankara, Sanskrit and Bharatiya
>I wonder why the list members are silent on this
>--- Vidhyanath Rao <rao.3 at OSU.EDU> wrote:
> > Given the past discussions about appointment to
> > academic bodies, I hope
> > that this is not too far offline.
> >
> > What would the list members say if a person who does
> > not know Sanskrit
> > (say, in the weak sense of reading a page in 15-20
> > minutes) is
> > (hypothetically) appointed as the vice-chancelor
> > (comparable to provost in
> > sone US universities) of something named ``...
> > Sanskrit University''?
> >
> > Regards
> > -Nath
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