We used International Alphabet of Sanskrit Transliteration (IAST) from June 6th to July 6th. Since people found it distracting we reverted back to normal (intuitive) transliteration. We decided to henceforth use IAST only to clarify the pronunciation for rare nouns (and for the Category titles). The following information is for people who want to read the stories for which we followed IAST.
Please see this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IAST
Note: We use ṣ and ṣh equivalently. This is because ṣh “looks” more intuitive and it is a rare occasion to have the samyutākṣhara — ṣ + h
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